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Montmorency Falls

Montmorency Falls

Montmorency Falls is a huge waterfall on the Montmorency River. The fall is surrounded within the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency ( Montmorency Falls Park). The waterfall gives a golden glow in Summers due to high iron content in the bed of water. There is a suspension bridge over the falls which has access to both sides of the park. During winters, a Sugarloaf mountain is formed due to the freezing of the water of the fall.

Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

Parc de la Chute-Montmorency sits 9 miles north-east of the Old Quebec along the River St. Lawrence. The park has a beautiful landscape and attracts sight onlookers with its huge 272 ft. waterfall. The Montmorency waterfall is one and a half times taller than the infamous Niagara falls. The warmth during summer makes the sight look better as during winters the water of the fall freezes and the park is covered in snow. There are a lot of sport activity locations like hiking trails, playgrounds, bike paths and zip lines.

Travelling to Quebec City, Canada

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The capital city of the Canadian Province and a metropolitan area, Quebec is the 7th largest in Canada. The city is one of the oldest in North America. The Chateau Frontenac which is a hotel and dominates the skyline, the Citadelle of Quebec which is an intact fortress and the National Assembly of Quebec are some of its major landmarks. The city also houses two great museums Musee national des beaux-arts du Quebec and Musee de la Civilisation. Quebec City has almost a hundred gardens and parks with attractions like hiking, canoeing and bird watching for visitors. There are almost 37 National Historic Sites of Canada in the city.

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Quebec City Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

The tickets for reaching Quebec city can be booked online from this website itself.

How To Get Around?

Almost everything that you would want to see in the city is located near to each other, so walking might be alright. The city also has the facility of bike paths from the Old port area where you can travel alongside the river and other suburbs.

What Should I Wear?

The days are warm, so lightweight clothes will be the best to hold. Also, a pair of comfortable shoes will be nice to pack. The nights might get cooler, so pack a jacket for yourself.

Quebec City Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The months of June to September and December to February are the best to visit this place. The city is booked during winters and summers and booking a ticket in advance will be better.


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Will I Need a Guide?

The website will guide you in every possible way and a guide is not needed.

How To Get There?

You can start from Montreal to reach to Quebec city easily. The distance is not much and a bus will easily take you there. You can also take a train from the Old City to Quebec, however, it will involve going through a cliff and the ride might be uneasy.

Additional Info

Keep your cash and all the other documents safely with you.