Canyoning-Québec

Climbing and canyoning

Mont-Sainte-Anne
2000, boulevard du Beau-Pré
Beaupré
QC, G0A 1E0

In the summer, rappel down the two cascades comprising Jean-Larose Falls (12 m / 39' and 19 m / 62') and try our jump (7 m / 20'). In the winter, you can go ice canyoning down a frozen 41 m (135') cascade. In the Bras-du-Nord Valley in Portneuf, four sites feature cascades plunging down the side of the mountain. Come rappel and swim in our sporting site at the Massif de Charlevoix. Professional guides. Outings for individual visitors, private groups or school groups. Duration: 4 hours or more. Equipment provided. For ages 10 and up.

Schedule:
All Days: 9am - 4pm

Closed Period:
Closed in April and November.

Parking:
Free Outdoor on Site

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Mont-Sainte-Anne
2000, boulevard du Beau-Pré
Beaupré, QC,
G0A 1E0
Canyoning-Québec
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