In a few words
Located in Lévis, at just a couple of minutes from Quebec City, the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière are a spectacular sight!
These 35 metre high falls are the last and most impressive jolt of the Chaudière River, flowing on 185 km all the way to the St. Lawrence River. Go for a ride on a bicycle or by foot in the developed trails and cross the 113 metre long suspension footbridge standing 23 metres over the river. Trails and lookout points enhance this exceptional site.
Activities - A bike ride on a 1.5 km bicycle path that is part of the Route verte and the Trans Canada Trail (Difficulty: intermediate to hard)
- Hiking on almost 4.5 km of developed trails lined with interpretation panels (Difficulty: easy to intermediate)
- Fishing (licence is mandatory, no sale on site)
- Playing area for kids
Access and parking:
- Highway 73, Exit 130, Charny District
- Highway 20, Exit 311, then Route 116 West, Saint-Nicolas District
Open from early May to end of October
Parking over night prohibited (between 11 pm to 5 am)
This place also offers : Hiking