This Is By Far The Craziest Winter Activity You Can Do In Quebec With Your Friends

Friends, just because it's winter AF in the city, it doesn't mean you have to stop doing all the super fun adventures you were used to doing when the weather was a bit less harsh.

READ ALSO: Montreal Can Expect A Longer, Colder & Snowier Winter Than Ever

And, hey, it doesn't even mean there's a lack of super fun and adventurous things to do in the province. In fact, it kind of seems like there's even more awesome things to do in Quebec.

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Like, for example, one incredibly thrilling adventure in Beaupré, Quebec, about a three hour drive out of Montreal.

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It's called the via ferrata, and it involves a combination of hiking, climbing, ziplines, suspension, good sights, good vibes, and an all-around awesome time.

And Canyon Sainte-Anne (206 Route 138 East, Beaupré, QC), in Beaupré, happens to be home to the very first uninterrupted winter via ferrata in the whole world.

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The via ferrata activity comes at various price points and experience levels, but the beginner level is about $50 for an adult for two and a half hours of uninterrupted, guided winter fun.

Sounds like the most fun you can have during wintertime? You know it.

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If this is your perfect winter getaway, then check out the Projet Vertical website for more information.

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