12 WATERFALLS TO VISIT THIS SUMMER IN QUEBEC

Are you looking for some incredible spots to check out this summer? Here are 12 WATERFALLS TO VISIT THIS SUMMER IN QUEBEC!

In this article, I’ll be going over 12 waterfalls to visit across our province. These falls are in no particular order. They’re definitely all worth visiting at least once!

Let’s dive right in!

Disclaimer: Please be respectful of nature and always follow the Leave No Trace Principles (you’ll find these principles here) when heading out into the wilderness. 

FOR ALL INFORMATION INCLUDING OPENING HOURS, TRAIL MAPS, DIRECTIONS, COSTS, RULES AS WELL AS REGULATIONS PLEASE VISIT THE PARK’S WEBSITES THAT I’VE INCLUDED BELOW.

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12. CHUTES DE PLAISANCE

First and foremost, the Chutes de Plaisance is a beautiful waterfall located in the Outaouais region. You’ll find this waterfall near autoroute 50 in the small town of Plaisance.

11. CHUTE DU DIABLE

Secondly, the Chute du Diable is located in the Mont-Tremblant National Park. The Mont-Tremblant National park is divided into different sectors. This waterfall is located in the Diable sector.

The trailhead begins at the parking lot where this hike is indicated.

10. CHUTES MONTE-À-PEINE

These falls are located in the Parc Régional des Chutes Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles in the Lanaudière region.

Furthermore, you can enter the park in three different areas depending on where you’re coming from. To be sure that you’re entering by the easiest route, check out their map located on their website!

9. CHUTE AUX-RATS

La Chute-aux-Rats is a spectacular waterfall located in the Mont-Tremblant National Park. This national park is divided into different sectors. You’ll be able to find this hiking trail in the Pimbina sector.

8. CHUTE À PHILOMÈNE

The Chute à Philomène is beginner-friendly and is located in the Gaspésie region.

You can access this fall by a hiking trail that leads to the bottom of the waterfall. Additionally, you can view the waterfall from above on a suspended bridge lookout.

7. CHUTES-À-BULL

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This waterfall is located in the Parc Régional de la Chute-à-Bull in the Lanaudière region. Additionally, this park offers hiking trails that lead to some beautiful lookouts.

6. CHUTES DU CALVAIRE

The Parc Régional des Chutes du Calvaire is also located in the Lanaudière region. This park is public therefore it’s open from sunrise to sunset!

5. CHUTES WABER

The Chutes Waber is located in the Parc National de la Mauricie.

First and foremost, you’ll need to kayak/canoe to arrive at the trailhead. In addition, you’ll need to hike to reach this waterfall. With this in mind, it’s important to leave extra early and to book ahead of time.

4. CHUTES DELANEY

The Chutes Delaney is located in Saint-Raymond. To reach this waterfall simply hike the trail called “Sentier bras-du-Nord”.

3. CHUTES-DE-LA-CHAUDIÈRE

The Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière is an absolute must-see. This park is located in Lévis right near Québec City.

2. CHUTE MONTMORENCY

The Parc de la Chute Montmorency is only a 15 minute drive from Québec City! Furthermore, this park offers zip lining as well as rock climbing.

Secondly, you can check out the website below to view a virtual map of the entire park.

1. CHUTE MANITOU

Last but not least, the Chute Manitou is located in the Côte-Nord region. This spectacular waterfall is an absolute must-see if you’re in the region!

12 WATERFALLS TO VISIT THIS SUMMER IN QUEBEC

To conclude, I hope this helped you plan out some places to visit this summer for some fun in the sun!

Most importantly, don’t forget to bring your water shoes! Thank you so much for reading this blog.

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