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The One Place In Quebec That Looks Like Something From Middle Earth

A enchanting spot for you to discover.

Okay, raise your hand if you enjoy gorgeous sights and the glory of nature. Is your hand raised? Good. Because I've got some awesome news for you.

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There's a spot in, right here in Quebec, that seriously looks like it belongs in a fantasy movie instead of real life.

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Parc national des Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie (25 Boulevard Notre Dame, Clermont, Quebec) is about a 4 hour drive from Montreal. But, trust, it's more than worth the road trip time.

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Not only does this spot have legit the most magical vibes, but it's also chalk full of super fun things to do.

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You can go hiking, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, and ice climbing... and you can also do more unconventional things, like their riverboat discovery cruise, exploring the river on rabaska, and much, much more.

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And if you want to stay, immersed in the magical nature of the park? Then no worries. You can camp in the area, as well.

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Rates vary based on what activity you want to do, so make sure to check out the price chart for more information.

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Sound like the most fun you can have this fall? Check out the park's website for more information.

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