If you're planning future trips for the summer, Parc de la Rivière-Beauport in Quebec City has a hidden waterfall about 10 metres high and is definitely worth the three-hour drive from Montreal.

The waterfall is "located at the height of Armand-Grenier Park," and is a little oasis right here in la belle province.

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Parking and access to the trails are completely free and you can walk along the river, ride your bike or even sit in the park for a picnic — whatever you prefer!

While at Parc de la Rivière-Beauport, you'll get to hear the sweet sound of birds, water flowing and leaves blowing in the wind. It's an ideal escape from the city.

A new trail is being built this year that will include pedestrian bridges, allowing you to discover even more of this beautiful park.

Parc de la Rivière-Beauport

Cost: Free

Adresse: 50, av. des Cascades, Québec, QC

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