Open in the winter
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a few minutes from downtown Québec City, across from Orléans Island, on the boundary of the Côte-de-Beaupré tourism region.
|Parc de la Chute-Montmorency
The site is accessible year-round with no admission fee. There may be a parking fee (when applicable).
It's 12 km from the Old City and you can get there by bus. If you prefer cycling, the Corridor du Littoral bike path ends at the entrance to Parc de la Chute-Montmorency. An entry point is reserved for cyclists. Bike racks are available there.
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is not part of the Parcs Québec network. The Annual Parcs Québec Network card is not valid for admission to this establishment.
The site is accessible to disabled people in wheelchairs.
All aboard! The cable car provides you with an easy link between the upper and lower portions of the park. It takes only a few minutes to reach Manoir Montmorency from the Lower terminal at the level of the St. Lawrence. Enjoy the ride and an exceptional view! It can accommodate 40 people per gondola.
Three parking areas provide car drivers with easy access to the site.
5300 boulevard Sainte-Anne
Québec (Québec) G1C 0M3
Telephone : 418 663-3330
Fax : 418 663-1214 (sales)
Fax : 418 663-1706 (reception)
GPS coordinates (avenue Royale) :
46° 53' 13.27" N
71° 17' 07.71" W
GPS coordinates (entrance at the bottom of the waterfall)
46°52' 54'' N
71°09' 04'' W
At Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, domestic animals kept on a leash are admitted, EXCEPT in certain places. Condition and regulation
Québec City is only 10 minutes by car from Parc de la Chute-Montmorency. Year-round, it's a real must-see. Let yourself be charmed by its little streets and historic buildings. Enjoy its many cultural activities and different restaurants. A little bit of Europe in North America!
The bridge to Orléans Island is just across from Montmorency Falls. It's an invitation to go there! The island is truly a garden for Québec City with its diversity of farm landscapes. It also has well preserved heritage and historic sites, not to mention delicious local produce.
East of the park is Côte-de-Beaupré-a shoreline region with a wide range of tourism attractions for lovers of culture, heritage, adventure, and nature. Drive along Route de la Nouvelle-France, visit museums and interpretation centres, and admire the rolling countryside. And for hikers, whatever their level of ability, 200 km of trails cut through this area.
Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is happy to welcome the Charlevoix Train to its station. This rail cruise takes passengers through a 140 kilometres of panoramic landscapes between Québec City and La Malbaie. Watch it head out of the station several times a week, or if you’re a passenger, take advantage of the occasion to enjoy a ride on the cable car
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