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Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

5300 boulevard Sainte-Anne, Quebec City, Quebec G1C 0M3, Canada
+1 418-663-3330
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These 275-foot falls on the Montmorency River tower higher than even the legendary Niagara Falls. The 2013 season promises to be exhilarating for people who will visit Parc de la Chute-Montmorency – Montmorency Falls, the second most visited site of the provincial capital after Old Quebec. The highlight of all the new summer activities is certainly the opening of two via ferrata routes built in the Boischatel fault near the waterfalls. Via ferrata – this is Italian for “iron roads” - is an activity accessible to everyone over 12 years old that combines hiking and rock climbing. The two paths are built on the rock face on the eastern side of the waterfall. The less adventurous will also be able to get stunning views of the 83-meter high waterfall aboard the cable car which now runs with sparkling new cabins. History buffs will be glad to know that guided tours are now offered each weekend in the company of Sir Frederick Haldimand, who served as Governor of Quebec from 1778 to 1786 and Mathilde Robin, best known as the Lady in White, who lost her fiance during the Montmorency Battle in 1759. Guided tours are offered in French or English until Labour Day weekend.
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Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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5300 boulevard Sainte-Anne, Quebec City, Quebec G1C 0M3, Canada
Chutes-Montmorency
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Reviewed 4 days ago

We headed there right after a heavy downpour the day before. It proved to be the best decision as it was overflowing! We went to a nice little cafe before going to the falls and the lady who is a local said she has never...More

Thank MelE06
Reviewed 5 days ago

This waterfall is a beautiful one, and the surrounding area has a very nice view, you will not be disappointed.

Thank davidinsea88
Reviewed 5 days ago

We were there during winter and the views were amazing. Most of the park was closed but we still could get close to the waterfall and take nice pictures. We did not have to pay anything. We also took our dog there, so this is...More

Thank Leonardo P
Reviewed 6 days ago

I did this as part of the "Country" bus tour. The visitor center was closed in November and the walkways were a bit snow-covered but it was a beautiful sunny day and fantastic walking across the bridge. In the dead of winter the spray creates...More

Thank Caroline722
Reviewed 1 week ago

I realize that visiting the Montmorency falls in November is not prime time, but it was still beautiful. Despite the cable car, and zip line, and everything else being closed, the bridges and walkways around the falls were open (though some were icy!) and allowed...More

Thank kathleend245
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

So beautiful - worth the detour - parking easy and the views of the falls very accessible and well worth going to see

Thank amandamZ590JR
Reviewed 1 week ago

A natural site a short drive from Quebec City, these falls are breathtaking. A lovely restaurant next to the falls with an excellent gift shop make this visit very pleasant. Visitors can walk on well maintained paths to a suspension bridge which straddles the falls....More

Thank Liette M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited Chute-Montmorency as part of our cruise excursion. Very pretty and great photo opt. We didn't take the tram due to time constraints and long wait. They have do have snacks, drinks and gift shop. Good visit.

Thank Alabamatripcreator
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

An impressive waterfall with great views from the suspension bridge. Also the free museum made it very interesting, learning about the history of trades in the area. Even in the pouring rain we really enjoyed our time here =)

Thank zunzazun
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We visited this impressive site during the fall and the weather happened to be perfect. We took the cable car to the top of the suspension bridge and we were able to look down over this beautiful waterfall . The scenery was also complimented with...More

Thank hbarrett8278
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drhsmith
15 September 2017|
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Response from MillieEdmonton | Reviewed this property |
\i don't know, we took city transit
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Sherry R
14 September 2017|
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Response from Tom P | Reviewed this property |
I would email or phone them - their lot has long spaces for buses & I assume RVs as well. There were none parked there when we were there. I did notice the spaces as we entered their parking area. Thus I'm not absolutely... More
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ehalbertroes
23 August 2017|
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Response from Jacquirhb | Reviewed this property |
Riding the gondola up and down would be perfect and the trail to the bridge overlooking the falls is gentle and an easy stroll. The stairs up and down however are quite steep and might be quite strenuous for some.
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