The Montmorency Falls are one of the most visited sites in Quebec. The towering waterfall, among the tallest in Canada, sits within the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, right outside of Quebec City.\nEntry to the park, part of Quebec's public park network, has always been free for residents. This free access has ensured that everyone can voyage to the Quebec patrimonial site, which was the subject of much colonial art and awe.\nNow, that is set to change. According to Radio-Canada, the Société des établissements de plein air du Québec (Sépaq) is preparing to institute new tariffs that visitors must pay in order to gain entry.\nBeginning June 12th, the Radio-Canada report continues, most Quebec residents will have to pay $6.25 each to access the park. Access will still be free for residents of the municipalities around the falls.\nOut-of-province visitors, meanwhile, whill have to pay $12.\nView this post on Instagram crossed a couple bridges, jumped two fences, climbed down 1,000 stairs, then climbed up 1,000 stairs, all in order to take a peek at this beaut! #worthit A post shared by Samantha Grace (@slammm13) on Apr 15, 2017 at 2:19pm PDT\nThe new ticket prices actually represents a policy reversal. TVA Nouvelles points out that, previously, the park collected fees from drivers who parked on-site. After June 12th, parking will be free instead.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal's New Champlain Bridge Was Just Lit Up For The First Time And People Can't Stop Making Fun Of It (Video)\nThe Sépaq website does not yet reflect the new rates.\nAt 84 meters high, Montmorency Falls are the 8th tallest in Canada, according to the Canadian Encyclopedia. They are also the second most-visited site in the Québec region, explains the Journal de Montréal.\nView this post on Instagram #montmorencyfallspark in #quebec🇨🇦 . Ici on se gèle le bec ! A post shared by brieuc C 🚴🗻🐬 (@pumarkin) on Apr 17, 2017 at 11:37am PDT\nThey are the tallest falls in Eastern Canada — almost 30 meters taller than Niagar Falls in Ontario.\nTo plan your visit to the Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, refer to the Sépaq website here. For more information on the new rates, read the Radio-Canada article (in French) here.\nRates go in effect on June 12th.