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Quebec City: Montmorency Falls with Cable Car Ride

1. Quebec City: Montmorency Falls with Cable Car Ride

Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Montmorency Falls with this ticket to Parc de la Chute-Montmorency and a round trip cable car ride to the top of the falls. Take advantage of free parking at the cable car station in Beauport.  Begin your visit at the cable car station and take the opportunity to discover the new trails at the foot of the falls. After your walk, take the cable car ride up to the top. You will see dazzling views of the falls, park cove, and Île d’Orléans. Once at the top, learn more about the history of the park at the interpretation center located in the Manoir Montmorency. You will also find a souvenir shop there. Continue to the suspension bridge hanging directly over the falls and listen to the water roaring beneath your feet. There are also a number of trails where you can enjoy the fresh air, peace and quiet, and beauty of the park.  The large-format maps on the park will guide you in discovering the panoramic circuit. You can stop to observe the different viewpoints available, or have a picnic. For the more adventurous, opt to go down the panoramic staircase. Clinging to the side of the cliff, this impressive staircase has no less than 487 steps. You will have ample opportunity to take well-deserved breaks during your descent. At the bottom of the stairs, feel the full power of the falls as you get splashed by the water. In winter, the fine splashes projected by the waterfall eventually freeze and form beautiful shapes. These splashes also form the famous Sugarloaf which is a very impressive natural ice cream cone at the foot of the falls. Finally, walk along the new contemplative walkway.

Quebec City: Old Quebec Walking Tour with Funicular Ride

2. Quebec City: Old Quebec Walking Tour with Funicular Ride

Explore Quebec City with a walking tour designed to introduce you to one of North America's first settlements. Marvel at Old Quebec's history as well as the city's most popular attractions. Meet up with your guide at the Maison Jean-Baptiste-Chevalier before heading out to explore the Upper and Lower Town districts, such as Fairmont Le Château Frontenac and Terrasse Dufferin, as well as stop by iconic sites. Discover the Lower Town, where Old Quebec is located, and some of the most emblematic buildings in town, like the Place Royale, Quebec City Mural, Fortifications of Québec and the charming Quartier Petit Champlain. Ride on the funicular to the Upper Town Old Quebec, where you can admire the beautiful St Lawrence River along the way. While in the Upper Town, you will visit Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, Terrasse Dufferin, Notre-Dame de Québec Basilica-Cathedral, and City Hall of Quebec.

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4.7 / 5

based on 85 reviews

Nice ride out to the falls. Get to see a little bit of the countryside on the way. The falls are higher than Niagara Falls but more square in shape . Zip line across the falls ruins many a picture. The cable car allows anyone in any condition to see them from the top. A full activity for all ages.

A must-have experience if you are in the area. The best way to park on the lower end of the falls and take the cable car up to the falls and walk across. The upper part has lots of food options and entertainment places. Worth every dollar spent.

taking the shuttle bus from Quebec city (old city) to the falls was the easiest way to travel, did not have to deal with traffic or following directions because all the signs are in French - no English traffic signs etc..

Alexis was an awesome guide- filled with knowledge and interesting stories. He pointed out lots of great shops and places to eat as well. My whole family (ages 10-15) throughly enjoyed the tour. Highly recommend him!

It’s better to get the ticket on place, cheaper and the line is very fast.