When it comes to hiking, Quebec knows what's up. Or down. Or something a little flatter if that's what you prefer. But no matter what your hiking style, everyone can agree that there's something special about hiking fall hikes in Quebec.

You may be thinking that hikes are only good in the summer, but they're just as magnificent in autumn.

And while many hikes in Quebec have a spectacular view waiting for you at the end, in the fall, the hike, itself, is an incredible sight, with the changing leaves and that certain something in the air.

Whether you're looking for something close by or a real escape from the city, there are hikes all over the province.

Plus, the whole province seems to become magic when the leaves seem to change.

The best part is that you'll feel like you're in a completely new and faraway place when you're still in Quebec.

That's the true magic of fall.

So put on your hiking boots and bring your camera because you're going to want to capture these views...


Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 45 minutes

 

Mont-Tremblant isn't just great for skiing, but for incredible fall views. It's no wonder it's one of the most popular mountains in Quebec.

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Parc des Chutes-de-la-Chaudière

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours and 40 minutes

Found in Lévis, this park is unbelievably beautiful and the waterfall is like the ice cream on the apple pie: So sweet and takes the whole experience to another level.

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Parc national du Jacques Cartier

Distance from Montreal: 3 hours and 5 minutes

Just outside of Quebec City, this gorgeous park has some of the most magnificent fall views. You can hike, bike camp and so much more to get the most out of the season.

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Parc d’environnement naturel de Sutton

Distance from Montreal: 1 hour and 30 minutes

Less than two hours from the city, this park is amazing to visit throughout the year, but in the fall should definitely be on your to-do list.

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Parc national de Frontenac

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours and 45 minutes

This park is found in the Eastern Townships and is definitely worth the drive. The hike, itself, is incredible and the drive there also boasts some pretty impressive views.

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Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours and 40 minutes

 

Chute Montmorency is a classic spot to visit from Montreal. And while the waterfall is a timeless beauty, in the fall, the park becomes even more exquisite

 


Parc national du Mont-Mégantic

Distance from Montreal: 2 hours and 20 minutes

Mont-Mégantic is one of the most popular parks in Quebec for its beautiful views of the night sky. But come daytime in the fall, the views are even more perfect.


Enjoy the views!

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