If you're looking to take a hike in Quebec this fall, these 8 loops are more than just a stroll through the woods.\nEach hike features a stunning waterfall oasis to appreciate while you wander through the woods.\nOne of these falls is even bigger than Niagara!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nJust because it's fall doesn't mean you can't go for a hike in Quebec. In fact, some of Quebec's best hikes are even more beautiful in the fall.\nAnd these 8 hikes are no exception, they are totally stunning from start to finish, plus they have a little extra added bonus at the end...\nAll of these fall hikes in Quebec feature a stunning waterfall where you can pass the time, snap some pics, and marvel that is the beauty of our province.\nOne of these waterfalls is even bigger than Niagara Falls!\nPlus, a bunch of them also have breathtaking suspension bridges that allow you to take in the natural scenery from a totally awe-inspiring vantage point.\nSo, if you've been looking to take a fall drive out of the city, consider taking a drive to one of these amazing parks to experience a fall hike and spectacular waterfall, all in one trip.\nChutes-de-la-Chaudière\nView this post on Instagram it has to be passionate or i don’t want it🍂 A post shared by laurence🍒 (@laulzii_) on Oct 13, 2018 at 1:35pm PDT\nLength: 4.5 - 5 km of trail\nLocation: Lévis\nJust outside Quebec City find the 35 m tall Chutes-de-la-Chaudière that flows into the Chaudière River and eventually into the St. Lawrence. Trapeze across the suspension footbridge that hangs 23 km over the river, and explore trails and lookout points along the way. You can also do a 1.5 km bike route!\nFind it here!\nSainte-Ursule Falls\nView this post on Instagram Sous tout ces angles, j’adore! #délicepourmesyeux A post shared by Nadia Robitaille (@missnadrobi) on Oct 15, 2018 at 5:03pm PDT\nLength: 2 - 5 km\nLocation: Mauricie\nLe Parc des Chutes de Sainte-Ursule features several walking trails that border on the mighty Maskinongé River, and lead you to take in the magnificence of the seven succeeding waterfalls of Sainte-Ursule. Trail length and difficulty vary depending on the route you choose to take.\nFind it here!\nDorwin Falls\nView this post on Instagram You can find this amazing waterfall at only 1h of driving from Montreal! But the view is still the best during fall season!😀🙌 • • • • #imagesofcanada#earthpix #earthofficial #beautifuldestinations #explorecanada#visualambassadors #artofvisuals#agameoftones #moodygrams#wildernessculture #the_gallery_of_magic #depthsofearth #roamtheplanet#eclectic_shotz #visualambassadors#theimaged #mountainstones #nature_worldwide #folkscenery#visualsofearth #bns_nature #discoverearth #earth #earthfocus#tourcanada #visualsoflife#wildernessnation #canada #explorecanada A post shared by 📸 Montreal | Canada 🇨🇦 (@karlvibes) on Jul 30, 2019 at 1:18pm PDT\nLength: 2.5 km\nLocation: Lanaudière\nThis municipal park in Rawdon features two lookouts that showcase the Ouareau River and the magnificent falls. A great, easy hike surrounded by the natural beauty of the region, with a picnic spot where you can BBQ and bathrooms.\nFind it here!\nREAD ALSO: 17 Stunning Quebec Road Trips To Escape Montreal & Get Lost In The Fall Foliage\nChutes Waber\nView this post on Instagram A u t o m n e 🍁 Prends le temps de prendre ton temps et va donc jouer dehors pendant que les belles couleurs sont parmi nous 🍃 #chutewaber #hike A post shared by Catherine Brisson (@catherine_brisson) on Sep 23, 2019 at 5:13pm PDT\nLength: 6.9 km there and back\nLocation: Parc national de la Mauricie\nWhile the Parc national de la Mauricie has lots of trails for anyone from a beginner to an expert, the hike to this spot at Waber Falls is no easy feat... but, if you can't tell, it's totally worth it.\nFind it here!\nDes Chutes Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles\nView this post on Instagram Definitly the best view of the @parcdeschutes (alias Chutes Monte-à-peine-et-des-dalles). Also the best time of the year to photograph them!! If you never went there, I URGE you to go... NOW!! 😍 Bring a nice sweater, some friends and have fun ! Oh... and don’t forget coffee ☕️ . . @narcityquebec @montreal @narcitycanada @tourismequebec @rhino.quebec @quebec_travelers @artofvisuals @canada #montreal #quebec #paradisecanada #imagesofcanada #tourismelanaudiere #artofvisuals #beautifuldestinations #doyoutravel #DiscoverLandscape #earthpix #earthfocus #exploringtheglobe #globe_wanderer #canada #modernoutdoorsman #natureaddictt #wildernessculture #WellTravelled #watchthisinstagood #agameoftones #fall #WeLiveToExplore #RoamThePlanet #theglobewanderer #theweekoninstagram A post shared by F Λ B I Ξ И (@fabien.proxtrm) on Oct 15, 2018 at 5:55am PDT\nLength: 17 km of trail\nLocation: Parc régional de Lanaudière\nThere is more than 17 km of walking trail through the Le Parc Régional des Chutes Monte-à-Peine-et-des-Dalles, along with three beautiful bridges and three waterfalls. This park is pretty much a choose-your-own-adventure of hikes, because there are so many intertwining paths. Perfect for if you're trying to make a day of it, or you want to just get in to see those falls and then get out.\nFind it here!\nMontmorency Falls\nView this post on Instagram Aujourd'hui on prend de la hauteur sur le blog! Visite de la #chutemontmorency au programme! Belles photos et couleurs d'automne vous y attendent 🌲🍁 lien dans ma bio 🍂🍁#blog #blogger #quebec #canada #travel #nature #fall #falls #automne #chute #bluesky #colour #tree #feuilles #leaf #expat #expatlife #francaisaucanada #mtl #mtlblogger #bichecarlotta A post shared by Carlotta (@bichecarlotta) on Oct 21, 2016 at 9:35am PDT\nLength: 0.5 - 3 km, can include an outdoor staircase with 487 steps\nLocation: Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, outside Quebec City\nThese famous falls were actually featured in the Keats poem "Sleep and Poetry," and are located just outside Old Quebec City. This park offers a couple vantage points of the falls, including the suspension bridge that hangs over the precipice of the falls, and a zipline!\nFind it here!\nCanyon Sainte-Anne\nView this post on Instagram 𝐂𝐚𝐧𝐲𝐨𝐧 𝐒𝐚𝐢𝐧𝐭𝐞-𝐀𝐧𝐧𝐞 𝐅𝐚𝐥𝐥𝐬 . . #canada #quebec #quebeccity #nature #naturephotography #naturelovers #nature_perfection #nature_brilliance #nature_photo #photography #photoshoot #photooftheday #picoftheday #waterfalls #colorful #nikon #nikond7000 #pejzaż #krajobraz #natura #fotografia #wodospad #polishgirl #canadiangirl 🏞 A post shared by Andzia (@maszina1979) on Sep 29, 2019 at 8:31am PDT\nLength: 3 km loop\nLocation: La Côte-de-Beaupré\nThis hike is super accessible for hikers/walkers/rollers of all ages, and features three unreal suspension bridges to provide three different vantage points of the canyon, whose falls are 74 metres tall, making them even bigger than Niagara Falls!\nFind it here!\nREAD ALSO: 21 Best Fall Hikes In Quebec\nChutes de Plaisance\nView this post on Instagram Even if the weather wasn't the best, this place was still absolutely gorgeous! Thanks @btinkess7 for taking me to chutes de plaisance! So beautiful! And thanks to @autumnlegue too for the great brunch :) You girls are fantastic! #chutesdeplaisance #quebec #birthdayadventure #greatfriends A post shared by Cass (@cass031) on Oct 29, 2016 at 12:40pm PDT\nLength: 1 km\nLocation: Outaouais\nVisit this heritage site and support the North Nation Mills non-profit, who run this cultural, environmental and recreational park, featuring the Chutes de Plaisance and a beautiful 1 km hike, with observation areas, picnic tables and beautiful natural scenery.\nFind it here!