Guys, I hate to be the one to say it, but the summer's coming to a close. Soon, it'll be October, and then December, and before you know it - bam, we're in a whole new year.

But no worries, friends. Before that happens, there's still plenty of time to explore Quebec, go on a little road-trip, and truly make the best of the rest of your summer. And one awesome place to do just that? Quebec's Parc de la Caverne Trou de la Fee.

Located in Desbiens, Quebec, which is a roughly 5 hour drive from Montreal, the Parc de la Caverne Trou de la Fee is one seriously gorgeous place, with cliffs, forests, water, suspension bridges, and even a beautiful, granite canyon.

Which, by the way, leads you underground, in case you guys are down to explore it.

But if you're not down to explore the canyon, though, there are also footbridges and trails that lead you through the park and incredibly breathtaking views.

If you guys are down to go adventuring in this highkey magical spot, don't forget to check out this link for more information.

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