Admire the Beaupre coast of Quebec for its many natural attractions and discover its unique shops.
Montmorency Fall Park
Known as the highest waterfall in North America, the Montmorency Fall of Quebec is one starting point of the Beaupre coast of Quebec. Several activities are offered in summer and winter, such as climbing, via ferrata, walking in the woods, etc. . . Spectacular site just 10 minutes’ drive from downtown Quebec City, the Montmorency Fall Park worth a visit!
On your way towards North-East Beaupre Coast of Quebec, you will pass the legendary Bee Museum (Musée de l’Abeille). This cozy shop is full of treasures and honey sweets, locally grown. In addition, several activities are offered, allowing you to learn more about the art of beekeeping and honey products.
A little further, about 25 minutes from downtown Quebec City, you come across Paré’s workshop (Atelier Paré) economuseum of woodcarving. Reviving Quebec’s tales and legends by the impressive wood sculptures made by local artisans. You will find at the heart of the trees, all the history and stories of the past. Enchanting setting offering a wide variety of unique products, Atelier Paré is a beautiful place to explore.
Sainte- Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine
After 30 minutes of car on the “Route de la Nouvelle-France”, the majestic Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupre Shrine is revealed. Built for more than 350 years in honor of St. Anne, this imposing sanctuary praised thousands of pilgrims every year. Paintings, mosaics, stained glass, sculptures in stone and wood and more recount the great talent of Quebec artisans through history. Whether for attending one of the many religious ceremony are presented (4 languages) or simply to admire the legendary beauty of this enchanting place, the Sainte- Anne -de- Beaupre Shrine is a must stop!
Canyon Ste -Anne
This vertiginous canyon offers breathtaking scenery and is the only of its kind in the East Canada. You can enjoy its impressive Sainte-Anne Fall by the 3 suspension bridges constructed to allow observation of potholes, waterfalls, and permanent rainbows around the cliffs. In addition, two giant zip lines, three via ferrata and a family rally in the heart of Quebec’s forests are offered to entertain young’s and older ones. Prize Winner of Attraction Canada, the Canyon Ste-Anne is sure to surprise and dazzle you!
Les Sept chutes
Natural life interpreting and hydropower site, Les Sept-Chutes (seven falls) is the farthest point that stands out particularly on the Beaupre coast of Quebec. Offering more than 5 km of forest trail, 20 belvederes, 7 waterfalls and an impressive number of activities, this site will certainly appeal to young explorers. In addition, a hydroelectric complex dating from 1916 is still in operation and open to visit to permits you to discover the power of water currents!
Less than an hour’s drive from Old Quebec, the most famous of the Beaupre coast attractions are awaiting you. During this exquisite summer, enjoy the splendor of Québec’s natural and the many picturesque villages in this exceptional area.