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Quebec : Via Ferrata

While the Greater Quebec City Area is delimitated by the St. Lawrence River, its history and beauty are legendary. A witness to the early colonization of the Americas by the Europeans, Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Set out to explore Old Quebec and its surroundings ? like Montmorency Falls in summer or winter, the Plains of Abraham, Ile d’Orléans, Portneuf and Parc de la Jacques-Cartier. The Québec Winter Carnival is a must-attend event for families and sweethearts alike. Quebec City abounds with four-season outdoor activities our member outfitters will gladly help you discover.

Aventurex

Mountain adventure tour operator 

Aventurex offers unique mountain adventure packages in Quebec. Based in Quebec City at the Roc Gyms climbing center, Aventurex organizes (with Ascensation) adventure packages, training courses and group activities.

4 destinations to serve you: Les Palissades de Charlevoix Mountain Adventure Park, Bras du Nord Valley, Montmorency Falls Park and Lake Pohénégamook.

Under the supervision of experienced guides and of François-Guy Thivierge, who has over 35 years of mountain experience, you will enjoy a spectacular experience in complete safety: via ferrata in summer and winter, ice or rock climbing, abseiling, zip lines.

Aventurex also offers various lodging options: wilderness camping, ready-to-camp, glamping or mountain inns.

We offer specials to corporate, tourist and school groups for vacations from half a day to 5 days. Aventurex, the landmark of mountain adventure!

Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

Chute Montmorency is one of Québec’s must-see attractions. Looming 83 metres high, some 30 metres taller than Niagara Falls, the Montmorency waterfall literally dominates the landscape. To fully enjoy your visit, choose the panoramic circuit, including the cable car ride that will take you to the Manoir while admiring the scenery and an 83 metre high waterfall. Inside the Manoir, an interpretation centre recounts the history of this incomparable heritage site. Via the promenade along the cliff, you will reach the suspension bridge where you will feel the waterfall as it roars beneath your feet. On the way back, close the loop by the the panoramic stairs that will take you at the foot of the waterfall.

Three circuits along the rock face, at the heart of the Boischatel fault. You’ll be connected to a continuous cable, so you won’t have to handle your own safety snaps. For beginners to intermediates, the via ferrata is accessible for everyone eight years of age and up.    

Perched at the top of the cliff, near the panoramic staircase, the zipline lets two people simultaneously cross the cove of the falls, some 300 metres in length, to land near the La Baronne viewpoint, not far from the falls.

Heading into the wind with feet dangling in the void, a rush of adrenaline is guaranteed. And the crossing offers both a challenge and a new angle from which to appreciate the height of the falls and its cliffs. The quintessential breath-taking view! The zipline can also be done alone.

A secret that’s been closely guarded by the locals, Résurgences trail runs alongside Rivière Montmorency. Spanning 2.5 km for a return trip, it’s an easy-level trail that includes a pair of staircases. July 31st Trail serves to connect the bottom of the waterfall and the orchard. This 1 km-return intermediate-level trail features a steep slope. Walking boots are recommended.

In anticipation of the possible reopening of Sépaq's national parks, we wish to inform visitors that, upon reopening, they will have to purchase their daily access rights online before arriving in one of the national parks in the Sépaq system. The daily access right will have to be purchased online.

Rates in effect from May 1, 2020 to April 30, 2021:

  •     Daily access: $8.90 (taxes included)
  •     Annual pass for Quebec's national parks $80.25

Vallée Bras-du-Nord

A piece of heaven only an hour away from Quebec!

The Vallée Bras-du-Nord is a must-see outdoor destination, offering 80 kilometers of hiking and snowshoeing trails, more than 100 kilometers of single-track mountain bike trails and 17.5 kilometers of quiet river descents. Canyoning, via ferrata, fat biking, Hok skiing and guided off-piste skiing are also outdoor activities on offer.

With its magnificent falls and its breathtaking viewing points, Vallée Bras-du-Nord is one little piece of heaven for the outdoors enthusiasts!

 

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