Quebec is filled with some pretty amazing excursions that cater to everyone's interests. No matter what you like to do, you'll never have a problem finding somewhere to go or something to do. For thrill seekers in particular, you've definitely come to the right province.\nREAD ALSO: It's Official, You Can Now Ride Electric BIXI's Around Montreal\nIn Quebec you'll discover the massive St. Lawrence River that'll allow you to participate in activities such as kayaking with whales. You'll find National parks with a glass "skywalk" platform. You'll also be able to find unbelievable waterfalls and canyons that you're able to go "canyoning" through.\nVia Canyoning-Québec\nIf you don't know what exactly canyoning is, it's travelling in canyons using techniques such as stream hiking, swimming, jumping, and of course, propelling yourself down waterfalls with only a rope. This is not an activity for someone afraid of heights.\nThere are tons of canyoning excursions available in Quebec, one of the most incredible is known as The Massif Canyon. Here lies an impressive canyon with beautiful natural swimming pools, waterfalls and insane views of the surrounding Charlevoix region.\nDuring your canyoning adventure you're constantly tested by the rushing waves of cold water and physically demanding descents over slipperly rocks. Anyone who loves a good challenge needs to sign up for an excursion as soon as possible. You'll be thankful you did when you can say you're one of the only people in Quebec who's literally climbed through hidden waterfalls.\nVia Canyoning-Québec\nThe best part is that it doesn't even matter if it's your first time canyoning, difficulty levels range from beginner to intermediate so you'll have no problem finding the route that suits your abilities perfectly.\nThe Canyoning-Quebec excursion company provides all of the necessary gear you need, and guides join you across the entire route, so there's nothing holding you back from trying this once-in-a-lifetime experience!\nFor more information on excursion rates and The Massif Canyon, click HERE.