Over the last couple of months I’ve posted about museum exhibits I saw while vacationing in Montreal and Quebec this past summer. On our way home we took a short detour as we left Quebec City and went to Montmorency Falls in Parc de la Chute-Montmorency.
Located about seven and half miles from the old city of Quebec, the falls are 276 feet high, ninety-eight feet higher than Niagara Falls. A winding wooden staircase allows visitors to climb from the river up to a suspension bridge that spans the width of the falls.
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For the less adventuresome, there’s an aerial tram that carries people from the base of the falls to the top. For the more adventuresome, there’s a zip line. We climbed all those stairs and walked across the suspension bridge.