Quebec's Delaney Falls Looks Like They Magically Springs From A Cliff

An hour northwest of Quebec City in the park of the Vallée Bras-du-Nord is an easy hike that takes adventurers to Delaney Falls, a towering waterfall that, from its base, looks like it springs magically from its rocky cliff. 

The hike, an 8-kilometre round-trip, is "very accessible" with an elevation change of just 20 metres, according to the cooperative that cares for the park.

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An administrator tells MTL Blog that while visitors can get to the falls in all season, the tumbling waters are particularly beautiful in the spring. 

But while hikers are encouraged to visit the falls, they're warned not to attempt to climb the wet rocks, lest they risk serious injury.

A day pass for Vallée Bras-du-Nord hikers is $7.39 per adult or $6.09 per student and person over the age of 65.

Online reservations are mandatory.

Leashed dogs are welcome hikers, too.

Get all the details below.

Delaney Falls

Price: $7.39/adult, $6.09/student and person 65+

When: Year-round 

Address: 2180, rang Saguenay, Saint-Raymond, QC (Accueil Shannahan departure point)

Why You Need To Go: To take in the towering, almost mystical falls.