We left Bagnoles this morning with some uncertainty about where we'd stop for the night. Domfront was too soon,
Mortain was a good distance, except it was a few km off our main trail, and likely to be on the tippy top of
a mountain. St-Hilaire seemed too far. We ended up opting for Mortain, but trying to find our way into
town efficiently proved to be a chore. We took a cycle trail that looked like it went into town, when, in fact,
it bypasses town on the wrong side of a gorge. We got some directions from a verbose French man who spoke
no English at all and figured we had an idea. We kept going along the trail and ended up at Le Neufbourg.
There was a map there so we had a look and figured we might know where to find the campground, so we set off
along a road back toward Mortain. Brent thought the campground was down a 20% grade hill, but I wasn't
convinced. He went down the hill and didn't find a campground, so he came back up. I suggested going into
Mortain which was a left-hand turn at that point. We did that and ultimately found the campground. It's
right in town, but still pretty nice. It cost 8E for the night, and included full washroom facilities and
a short hike to Petite Cascades, which has two steep entrances - one from the campground side and one from
the side where Brent went down the hill. We ended up cycling 57km today, which was lots.