Have you ever dreamt of climbing a 600-foot deep quarry? Well, probably not, but now you can be the real life Spiderman and climb the Rock of Ages Vermont Granite Quarry, and let's be honest, who doesn't want to be Spiderman! So, let your childhood dreams come true if you are willing to drive merely 2 hours away from Montreal!
At Smith Granite Quarry located in Vermont, you can try their INSANE guided quarry tour that is almost too epic to handle. You can see the turquoise water as you dangle from the cliffs and create memories that will change your life!
The tour lasts about 40 minutes, rain or shine, and it takes you to an overlook of the most stunning views! It is believed that Smith Granite Quarry, at nearly 600 feet deep, is the largest operating deep-hole, dimension granite quarry in the world! Plus, in 2008 their tour program went "intergalactic" when a portion of the exciting car chase scene for the 2009 Star Trek movie was filmed at Smith Quarry.
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Distance: 2 hours away
Directions: 560 Graniteville Road
- A visitor's centre
- Guided Quarry Tours
- Self-Guided Factory Tours of
160,000 square-foot factory160,000 square feet
- Outdoor Granite Bowling
- Open: May 16 - October 14
- Monday—Saturday, 10:30 - 2:50
- Closed Sundays
- Closed July 4th
- $5.00 per adult
- $4.50 per senior (62+)
- $2.50 per child (6-13)
- Children under 6 are admitted for free.