Ausflüge in Quebec: Whether you are travelling on vacation or looking for recreation in the region of Quebec and Charlevoix, enjoy the nature of the Canyon Sainte-Anne and its magnificent waterfalls! Hear the roar of the spring flood waters, walk in the sun in summer, enjoy the beautiful fall colours – those are some of the many unforgettable moments to experience in the Canyon. Discover our different packages!
Explore the slopes and rocks 1.2 billion years old along the trails that crisscross the two steep banks of the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord, in the Quebec City and Charlevoix region. As you hike through the forest, you will learn more about the park's history, geology, flora, fauna, and other fascinating natural phenomena, as well as the McNicoll family that manages it.
Waterfalls to Take Your Breath Away.
Enjoy a hike that allows you to discover the spectacular waterfalls of Canyon Sainte-Anne, 74 metres high, surpassing Niagara Falls. Sway back and forth on our three suspension bridges up to 60 metres above the abyss! Many observation points allow you to discover different facets of the Sainte-Anne Canyon, literally step-by-step.
An Outing with Your Dog.
The groomed trails of the Canyon allow all members of your family to enjoy a nature walk. During your visit, your leashed canine companion can accompany you without problem anywhere in the park.
Meeting/pick-up point: Canyon Saint-Anne.
Duration: Plan a minimum of one hour to visit the Canyon but add more time according to your choice of activities.
Start/opening time: Canyon: May 7, 2016 - June 23, 2016 from 9am to 5pm. June 24, 2016 - September 4, 2016 from 9am to 6pm. September 5, 2016 - October 16, 2016from 9am to 5pm. Last admission is 1 hour before closing time.
Adventure activities: daily from 10am to 3pm in July and August and on weekends in May, June, September, and October.
Languages: Interpretation panels available in English French, Spanish, German, Japanese and Mandarin.
Others: Canyon Sainte-Anne can be forced to close the site and to change the hours of attendance due to changing weather or other reasons beyond its control.