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Wednesday, October 4, 2017


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.

Check out the rainbow!

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.

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