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waterfalls in quebec

As Quebec simmers under the scorching summer sun, there's a cooler, more captivating part of the province awaiting the intrepid. Waterfalls, those thunderous spectacles of nature, are the perfect sanctuaries, offering a dramatic and refreshing departure from the season's relentless heat.

Tucked away in the province's lush wilderness, these hidden gems serve as nature's own air conditioners, inviting you to swap the swelter for a splash. So, grab your crew, or venture off solo and get ready to embark on an extraordinary journey through the stunning landscapes of Quebec, where the province's most majestic falls are hidden.

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The emerald river and waterfall hidden in the woods of Percé's eponymous Parc de la Rivière Émeraude is an easy hike for anyone travelling through eastern Quebec. The shallow stream at the tip of Quebec's Gaspésie region gets its enchanting deep green hue from the rocks at its bottom, according to the regional tourism website.

The spot where the river trickles over a low outcrop into a wide natural pool is a popular summer destination for photo-seekers.

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Now that it's summer, it's time to explore some of the beautiful places our province has to offer. If you and your friends have been searching for an amazing place to spend some quality time in nature, I've found the perfect place for you!

Located only a 3 hour drive from Montreal, Jean Larose Falls is a magical destination. It's nestled in at the foot of Mont-Sainte-Anne, a popular skiing location during the winter. You probably didn't know there was so much to see during the summer months as well!

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People around the world are obsessed with traveling, but the truth is that you don’t need to travel very far to have an adventure. At least not when you live in a place as vast as Quebec.

There’s so much to see and do in this province that it would be a shame to explore the rest of the world without first exploring our own back yard.

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