The Montmorency Fall is a waterfall located at the mouth of the Montmorency River which flows into the St. Lawrence River, opposite the western end of the Orléans Island, a few minutes from the city of Quebec. It is 83 meters high (30 meters more than the Niagara Falls) and the depth of the basin at the foot of the falls is seventeen meters. It is located in the Montmorency Falls Park, which operates as a tourist center of the Quebec Open Air Settlement Society (SÉPAQ). You will find a suspension bridge from where you can have a beautiful view and if you like walking doing a little exercise, there are stairs to observe the fall of different angles. There is also a cable car (between the base and the top of the falls). In winter, when the fall freezes, there is a formation that is done at its foot known as the Sugar Loaf.
It is a great place for people who love nature at all times. You have the opportunity to walk around all the seasons. The park is open all year long.
If you need to do a reception or a business meeting, it’s possible in the Montmorency Manor located in the park.