In order to fully embrace all that La Belle Province has to offer, we believe you need to visit eight of these Quebec waterfalls at least once in your lifetime.\nCheck out photos of these dreamy waterfalls below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nWhen we think of waterfalls in Canada, our minds automatically start picturing Niagara Falls. While these falls are certainly impressive, they involve quite a trip for people who live in Quebec. So, to make sure you don't miss what your own province has to offer, we've created a list of eight magnificent waterfalls in Quebec that you should visit at least once during your lifetime.\nAll it takes is a short road trip and you'll be able to see falls that are higher and just as spectacular as Niagra Falls. Sometimes we just don't give Quebec enough appreciation...\nMost of these waterfalls are located in national parks and involve hikes of all levels of difficulty, so your visit is sure to be an adventurous one. Make sure to lace up those hiking boots!\nCanoeing, kayaking, hiking, and swimming are likely to be available at the location of your choice.\nAll of the falls on this list are sure to have you daydreaming about your next adventure, and I can't think of a better way to occupy your mind.\nOuiatchouan Falls\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Masala Viaggi (@masala_viaggi) on Sep 23, 2019 at 2:57pm PDT\nCost: Starting at $29.57 per adult\nWhen: All year round, schedule available here\nAddress: 95, rue Saint-Georges, Chambord, QC\nReason to visit: 20 metres higher than Niagara Falls, Ouiatchouan Falls is an impressive 72 metres high.\nTo observe it in all its splendour, you can perch on one of the five lookouts, one of which is right in the heart of the waterfall.\nWebsite\nVauréal Falls\nView this post on Instagram Le Québec n’a rien a envier à quiconque 🤩 ! C’est ce que je me suis dit, les deux pieds dans l’eau, après avoir vu la chute Vauréal, définitivement le gros WOW du voyage! Si c’est possible, ne vous contentez pas seulement de la contempler d’en haut et faites la rando qui se rend jusqu’au pied de la chute, c’est à couper le souffle! 🌊 @reseausepaq #collabo #sepaq #chutevaureal #vaureal #anticosti #anticostiisland #quebecoriginal #explorecanada A post shared by Jeanne RD (@jeannemap) on Aug 3, 2018 at 11:11am PDT\nCost: $8.75 per adult\nWhen: June 20 – August 30\nAddress: Anticosti National Park, P.O. Box 179, Port-Menier, Anticosti, QC\nReason to visit: Several hiking trails are available in the Vauréal Falls area, ranging from two to twelve hours.\nThat said, no matter which one you choose, you're sure to have an unforgettable time in front of this grandiose 76-metre high waterfall flowing through a canyon over 90 metres high and 3.2 kilometres long.\nWebsite\nWaber Falls\nView this post on Instagram Toujours de belles surprises en découvrant notre beau Québec👌 A post shared by Sarah-Ève🐼 (@sasallstars) on Jul 27, 2019 at 1:36pm PDT\nCost: $7.90 for access to the park and kayak rentals start at $17.40\nWhen: May 14 – October 12\nAddress: Wapizagonke Picnic Area, Chemin de Saint-Jean-des-Piles, Shawinigan, QC\nReason to visit: Deeply buried in La Mauricie National Park, this waterfall will require a six- to eight-hour hike and kayak ride, but it's well worth the effort.\nWebsite\nMontmorency Falls\nView this post on Instagram Vacances jour 2 : admirer les chutes. A post shared by Stéphanie LaЯivière (@stephanielari) on Jul 14, 2015 at 9:06am PDT\nCost: $2.61\nWhen: Schedule available here\nAddress: 5300, blvd. Sainte-Anne, Quebec City, QC\nReason to visit: Located 15 minutes from Old Quebec City, Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a magnificent historical site. The highlight of the show is the waterfall that dominates the landscape with its 83 meters of height.\nWebsite\nHelene Falls (Zec Cap-Chat)\nView this post on Instagram Tant de souffrance pour tant de beauté. Ouch. #gaspésie #randonnée #chutehélène A post shared by Isabelle Bujold (@isabellebujold112) on Oct 7, 2018 at 4:49am PDT\nCost: $7.41\nWhen: June 24 to Thanksgiving\nAddress: Rivière-Bonjour, QC\nReason to visit: There are two hiking trails that take you to visit this spectacular waterfall and the crystal-clear water basin in which it flows, one of three kilometres and the other of 8.2 kilometres.\nWebsite\nChute-du-Ruisseau-Blanc\nView this post on Instagram La chute du ruisseau blanc 💦 . . . . . . . . . . #chuteduruisseaublanc #sepaq #hautesgorges #nationalpark #rainfall #mountains #landscape #nature #canada #quebec #charlevoix #paysagesqc #lamalbaie #tourismequebec #explorequebec #folkscenery #canonphotography #canon #imagesofcanada #landscapephotography #naturephotography #outdoors #adventure #quebecoriginal #exploretocreate #natureonly #onserejointdehors #ourplanetdaily A post shared by Rosalie Parent 🌱 (@petiteroquette) on Sep 30, 2018 at 2:16pm PDT\nCost: $8.75\nAddress: 25, blvd. Notre-Dame, Clermont, QC\nWhen: May 20 – October 22\nReason to visit: After a hike in the Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie National Park, you can admire this 45-metre waterfall and cool off in the basin.\nWebsite\nThe Chaudière Falls\nView this post on Instagram Une petite partie des chutes de la Chaudière #avivrepourvrai #chaudiereappalaches #longexposhots #longexposure #longexposure_features #longexposure_photos #landscape #landscapelovers #landscapephotography #landscapes #boquebec #quebecphotography #quebecenphotos #quebecaccent #visitquebec #tourismequebec #bluehour #waterfall #gosselinphoto #canon #paysagesqc #paysage #ohcanada #canada🇨🇦 #instatraveling #travel #chutes A post shared by Marc-André Guérard (@marcguerard) on Jul 3, 2019 at 6:40pm PDT\nCost: Free\nAddress: Avenue Joseph Hudon, Lévis, QC\nWhen: Early May to late October\nReason to visit: You can enjoy this incredible view in three different ways: on a 23-metre suspended walkway, from a panoramic viewpoint, or from the city park.\nWebsite\nKalimazoo Falls\nView this post on Instagram Magique. 🦄💙 A post shared by Sarah Maude (@saramab) on Oct 20, 2018 at 3:52pm PDT\nCost: $8.75\nAddress: 25, rue des Forestiers, Port-Menier, Anticosti, QC\nWhen: June 20 – August 30\nReason to visit: Located in the northern sector of Anticosti Island, this waterfall that is sheltered from the wind in a small valley is definitely worth exploring.\nWebsite\nAt MTL Blog, we believe a life worth living is a life worth sharing. Although travel is not currently advised, our mission still stands, but we invite you to read our stories with a little imagination! We hope they help you escape your couch without actually leaving it. Stay safe!\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.