The small monastery city of Ste-Anne de Beaupré is located on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, just 40 kilometers northeast of Quebec City. The town is best known for the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, a pilgrimage place for approximately half a million visitors every year. Also situated near is Canyon Sainte-Anne, an inspiring gorge crossed with suspension bridges.
Some seven kilometers north of Ste-Anne de Beaupré, the Ste-Anne River has fixed a lovingly untamed gorge through the foothills of the Laurentians on its way down to the St. Lawrence Estuary. Though surely remarkable, the Ste-Anne's Falls barely deserve the honor of "Grand Canyon of Québec." Still, a sequence of suspension bridges offer a amusing method to cross the waterway gorge. A few kilometers beyond Chutes Ste-Anne are the evenly exciting seven waterfalls of Sept-Chutes. There are a numeral of well viewpoints and nature trails.
A exposed ten kilometers north of Québec City, the Montmorency River plunges over an 84-meter lofty escarpment. Trails with numerous excellent views and beautiful picnic places have been marked out in the environs of the falls. Regardless of being 30 meters higher than Niagara Falls, the Chutes Montmorency are not almost so stunning. In the 1790s, Maison Montmorency was a grand preferred of the Duke of Kent From the home there are further photo-worthy views.