This Stunning Quebec Bike Path Ends At A Waterfall (15 Photos)

Prepare for epic views super close to the city.
This Stunning Quebec Bike Path Ends At A Waterfall (15 Photos)

Guys, what's your absolute favourite summertime activity? Is it discovering new spots in your own province? Is it biking through the most beautiful spots?

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Is it both? I bet it's both, friend, because to me, nothing sounds better than biking through the most beautiful spots in our province, and discovering new ones along the way.

One of the most glorious bike paths in Quebec, though, has to be the biking trail through Montmorency Falls.

Montomrency Falls is situated in Quebec City, and about a two hour drive out of Montreal. You can hike, bike, chill, walk, and go over a super cool suspension bridge in the park.

And if biking's the name of your game, then you're in luck. You can go on biking tours, or through biking paths, that lead you right to the falls. Check out how pretty they are, guys!

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