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Montmorency Falls Park (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 italien 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 rockface 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 fiancé 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
5300 Boulevard Sainte-Anne, Quebec City, Quebec G1C 0M3, Canada
+1 418-663-3330
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Reviewed 25 April 2017

We went out of our way to visit the Falls during our recent trip to Quebec City. It only took a few minutes to get there, and the falls are quite impressive to see! We took the gondola to the top of the hillside, where...More

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Reviewed 25 April 2017

These falls were quite impressive. There were several vantage points from where you can observe the falls: above them on a suspension bridge and from various points along an adjacent cliff. Each point can give you a different perspective. There are some near by walking...More

Thank My_fivboys
Reviewed 24 April 2017

Niagara Falls from Quebec, quite impressive from the bridge over the fall, The zipline going all along the fall must be nice as well :)

Thank delisley
Reviewed 24 April 2017

We stopped by the park on a whim, and weren't excited by the entry-fee of CAD 12, but we weren't charged that much. It was a nice site to take in a bit of nature, and it was more peaceful when the tour bus and...More

Thank Cherrymountain
Reviewed 24 April 2017 via mobile

This is not my first or last time I go visit this site. It is small and basic, however I just find peace here. You need to stop and look around and enjoy. Also depending on the side of the site you go to, please...More

Thank Kevin M
Reviewed 22 April 2017

We made the short drive from Quebec city and found that they now have a gondola to bring you to the top of the falls. Much different experience when the falls are frozen! The ice builds up from all the spray and you can walk...More

Thank DarlasDad
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

We saw the falls on a rainy and windy day. It was not the best conditions but the falls were amazing just the same. The water rushing down is so powerful. The falls are taller than Niagara Falls but narrower. They are worth the visit.

Thank teap1
Reviewed 22 April 2017

We viewed the falls from all three levels. It was amazing. The bridge over the falls was the best part. It was very crowded but we are glad we went to see it.

Thank CTVaca101
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Close to Quebec City. Very impressive large falls I had never heard of before. You can get close on the side and also walk over the length of falls. Bewares of hoards of pushy tour bus people with selfie-sticks.

Thank stan l
Reviewed 21 April 2017 via mobile

Even though I admittedly have a fear of heights, this is an amazing place to visit. The top of the falls features a bridge that takes you right over the falls and then to a park where you can enjoy many different viewpoints.

Thank NewtonMOM101
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14 September 2017|
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Response from MillieEdmonton | Reviewed this property |
\i don't know, we took city transit
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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
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.