If you are an adrenaline junkie, then you definitely need to go cliff diving! There are multiple locations near Montreal that are the perfect destinations for that perfect jump. These cliffs are absolutely beautiful and they are with no doubt amazing.\nYou and your friends will be standing on the edge of a beautiful cliff as you then jump into the fresh cool Canadian water. It is a perfect summer activity for you and your daredevil friends! I suggest taking that Go-Pro camera with you and taking some crazy videos and sharing them with us.\nTo be clear, cliff diving is illegal in most places and it is dangerous so be cautious. Besides that, it is the perfect way to get that adrenaline rush this summer. You will feel so free and high that once you start, you won't be able to stop! So tie that swimsuit on tight and practice your jumping skills for a crazy summer!\nGo Cliff Diving At Elora's Quarry\nA photo posted by Alex Robinson (@alexrobinso_n) on Jun 14, 2016 at 7:45pm PDT\n319 Wellington 18, ON\nFor clear water and cliffs over 20 feet high, I suggest road tripping to Elora's Quarry. It has the absolute most amazing views and the prettiest turquoise water. I strongly suggest taking a weekend getaway here for some amazing cliff diving! It is fairly secluded and a great place to be with your friends this summer.\nGo Cliff Diving At Lac Brompton\nA photo posted by C h a r l o t t e ??? (@charlottelabriedurand) on May 26, 2016 at 6:21am PDT\n310 Côte de l'Artiste, Saint-Denis-de-Brompton, QC\nOnly 1 hour away is Lac Brompton where you and your friends can go for a cliff diving day trip! It is a great location to go cliff diving with superb views and great cliffs! The cliffs are around 20 feet high which doesn't seem too high until you are standing on the edge! If you are scared, I suggest holding hands and jumping with a friend. You will have a blast and some great laughs!\nGo Cliff Diving At Barrhaven Quarry\nA photo posted by Jessica Foran (@jess_foran) on Jun 24, 2015 at 1:53pm PDT\nOttawa, ON\nIf you are down to jump in a vast lake from a 20-30 foot cliff then I suggest checking out the Barrhaven Quarry. It is a great location for the perfect jump! Cliff jumping at Barrhaven Quarry is magical. I strongly suggest coming here with a large group of friends and making a whole day dedicated to cliff diving. It's a great place for a picnic, tanning, and cliff diving!\nGo Cliff Diving At Lac des Piles\nA video posted by Raphael Giroux (@raphgiroux21) on Aug 19, 2015 at 8:14pm PDT\nShawinigan, QC\nHead out to Shawinigan and check out the great cliffs at Lac des Piles. It is a perfect destination for camping and cliff diving! You and your friends are guaranteed a good time and some great footage of each other jumping off cliffs. You will have a great summer and a perfect road trip weekend with your closest friends.\nGo Cliff Diving At The Grotto\nA photo posted by m a y (@mayyvu) on May 7, 2016 at 1:28pm PDT\nMulgrave-et-Derry, Quebec\nFor a truly magnificent weekend getaway, I recommend checking out the Grotto in Mulgrave-et-Derry, Quebec. It is absolutely a scene out of a fairy tale and trust me, it is in no doubt the perfect place to go cliff diving. When you get back, you and your friends will shock your family by saying that the Grotto is located in Quebec! So get ready to cliff dive in a place that looks like it's from a topical island!\nGo Cliff Diving At St. Marys Quarry\nA video posted by @denda97 on Jun 16, 2016 at 2:28am PDT\n425 Water St S, St. Marys, ON\nFor those beginners out there, I suggest checking out the Marys Quarry for some smaller jumps. If you haven't been cliff diving before and you are more on the scared side, then you should definitely head down to the relatively small cliffs at Marys Quarry. It is a great destination for those who are scared of heights or who have never jumped before!\nGo Cliff Diving At Marmora Mine\nA photo posted by @foundriley on Aug 6, 2015 at 8:05am PDT\nMarmora Ontario\nIf you want to jump into a perfect circle of water, you for sure need to check out the Marmora Mine Quarry. Don't let the name fool you, the Marmora Mine is an abandoned open pit iron mine that stretches more than 656 feet deep and covers 85 acres at the surface. Now, the mine is a lake and a perfect destination for cliff divers.\nGo Cliff Diving At Meech Lake, Gatineau Park\nA photo posted by Ben Watts (@benwatts) on May 23, 2016 at 1:50pm PDT\n33 Scott Road, Chelsea, QC\nIf you are up for an adventure, then check out Meech Lake. There is a small cliff located in between houses that is perfect for cliff diving. It is very secluded and over 30 feet high but, it is hard to find! So, if you want to share with us where you have found it then comment below!\nGo Cliff Diving At Saint-Hippolyte, QC\nA photo posted by Sophie Dagenais (@sophiedagenais) on Apr 27, 2016 at 11:27am PDT\nSaint-Hippolyte, Quebec\nLocated in the Laurentian mountains, is Saint-Hippolyte! Saint-Hippolyte offers great spots to go cliff diving and magnificent views. This is a perfect weekend summer getaway for you and your friends. You can take great videos and pictures of each other landing in the water!\nGo Cliff Diving At Forillon National Park\nA photo posted by Lilie in The Wood????????? (@lilie_inthewood) on May 1, 2016 at 2:22pm PDT\nQuébec\nLocated at the outer tip of the Gaspé Peninsula is Forillon National Park. If you need a relaxing yet crazy vacation, then check out the cliffs at the Forillon National Park for some fabulous cliff diving. These cliffs are extremely high so beware and watch each others backs! You will take fabulous pictures and your summer 16 will definitely be amazing!So, get ready, get set, and JUMP!