This Frozen Waterfall Climb Is The Most Insane Winter Adventure In Quebec
Winter will become your new favourite season to be outdoors.
Now that winter is basically (if not officially) upon us, you might think it's the time for staying indoors in pyjamas, binge watching Christmas movies, and digging in on holiday goodies. Outdoor activities are meant for warmer, more enjoyable months.
TL;DR Via Ferrata is the ultimate winter climbing excusion just four hours from Montreal. The adventure includes one-of-a-kind experiences for as low as $50 per person. Details are below.
But what if there were some seriously incredible activities across Quebec, perfect for the chilly and snowy season? In fact, it definitely seems like there's even more to do outdoors now that winter weather is in full swing.
Don't believe me? Well, just take a look at this thrilling adventure in Beaupré, Quebec, just four hours outside of Montreal and 30 minutes from Quebec City.
If you're a fan of heights and high-adrenaline excursions, Via Ferreta is the perfect winter adventure. The outdoor escapade involves hiking, climbing, beautiful sights, and suspension by a wire over a deep canyon and frozen waterfall.
Not only that, but the secret Canyon Saint-Anne winter Via Ferreta experience happens to be the first of its kind in the entire world! Talk about a once-in-a-lifetime memory.
And if you're interested in testing your skills but aren't exactly an expert at the outdoors, not to worry! There are a ton of different experience levels to accomodate everyone from beginners to masters and make the excursion fun for everyone.
The Via Ferrata experience costs as little as $50 per adult for two hours of climbing on a guided tour in the beautiful Quebec outdoors.
Make this winter totally different from the rest with this insane adventure! For more information and to book your trip, visit Projet Vertical HERE.