Difficulty Easy
Distance 3 KM


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The Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is located minutes from Quebec City. Between river and cliffs is one of the most spectacular sites in the province. With 83 meters high, 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls, the Montmorency Falls dominates the landscape. Is discovered on foot, by cable car or from the Manoir Montmorency. It is ideal for a walk as much as for a business meeting or reception


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Monday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Thursday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Friday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Saturday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday: 8:30 AM – 6:00 PM
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Michael Gray
Michael Gray
A pleasant side trip from Quebec City on a warm afternoon. Combines well with the Isle d'Orleans. Well organized with many separate attractions and amenities. A cable car brings you to the summit to a heart pumping encounter with "la chute". Cross above on a bridge, hike along side or soar over the canyon on a zip line. There is a pleasant restaurant and informal food and beverage options. Parking is ample and complimentary.
Hellen Moir
Hellen Moir
The falls were amazing, had lot of things to do, there were many trails, access to the foothills of the falls were you could experience the cool mist of the falls and it was really refreshing experience. There was a cable car which would take you to the foot hills and it costed $42 for a couple. It was a nice experience too. We also zip lined over the falls and it was a thrilling experience. Overall it was a day trip we totally enjoyed and would definitely go again if got a chance.Lastly Please like my review if it was helpful. Thank u!
John Shaw
John Shaw
This was the second time here, and the first time with all my kids. They enjoyed it and for obvious reason thought they were visiting Niagara Falls - an argument on geography ensued. Parking was tricky at a cost of just over $14. However, parking at the down end of the chute is free. Of course, it gets you to play to ride to the top, which is $15 plus for adults and $12 for children. Being free its not. We walked and skipped the chute, getting some valuable exercise in the process as we trekked our up the stairs and collected a massive amount of photos. We also prepped for our own lunch and sandwiches and skipped that pricey “restaurant” food. Boring lots of water, you will save yourself money. For those feeling adventurous, there is a zip line across the falls. It’s a few seconds across true falls. Also pricey but just for the fun and Adrenalin burn, it may be on thing to jump into - after they have given you a sheet to sign away your rights. I noticed a few people signing the forms without reading the details - two pages.
William Patten
William Patten
Absolutely loved the falls. I visited in March so the falls were almost frozen over. Lovely experience for someone who lives where there's no snow. The facilities at the bottom at great, clean loos, good food and ample seating. Very comfy gondola lifts as well. The upper park can be reached by road too and in the summers you can trek it up there. Definitely a must see.
Mary Frazier
Mary Frazier
Absolutely amazing park! So much to do and beautiful views everywhere! Now what I don't recommend is there is signs saying not to swim under the falls beacause its very dangerous and I completely agree. Unless you are a very strong swimmer, do not swim far out because the current is VERY strong and could possibly sweep you out to the Saint Laurence. Otherwise the cable car was super fun, there was actually quite a bit of parking on the upper and lower parts and the bridge over the falls was amazing!

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