The Montmorency Falls is a large waterfall on the Montmorency River in Quebec, Canada. The falls are located on the boundary between the borough of Beauport, Quebec City, and Boischatel, about 12 km from the heart of old Quebec City.
Montmorency Falls is a waterfall that is very special and the scenery is very impressive. Montmorency is located in the province of Quebec.
And just outside and east of Quebec is a large park with a focus on the Montmorency Falls. Situated in a Green Park and is surrounded by cliffs, spectacular. Montmorency Falls in height 83 meters (272 feet) is nearly 100 feet higher than Niagara Falls. The Montmorency River is a tributary of the Saint Lawrence River and the falls is the point where the rivers meet. There are a few stairs winding meanders along the right side of Montmorency Falls leading to the suspension bridge that spans the River at the point where it plunged down the cliff.
There are a series of cable cars are the best way to go to the top of the cliff to see views of the waterfall. There is also a bridge and down cliffs on one side is a staircase to the observation deck with 487 steps. In summer, they have a festival of fireworks over the falls and in the winter, after the fog freezes on the side of a cliff, you can climb the ice for adventure. And Montmorency Falls there is a building housing a restaurant and meeting facilities with good views of the River, waterfalls and gardens.
Montmorency Falls is accessible all year round. In winter, very impressive waterfall, freezing spray that is sent by the falls building a White Mountain ice on a base called pain de Sucre (sugarloaf). During the winter of Montmorency freeze and a 30-meter-high mountain of pure ice that locals call the Sucre de pain or Sugarloaf. On summer nights illuminated waterfalls and Fireworks towards the end of July and August falls is the background for Les Grand’s Feux Loto-Quebec who is the international competition of fireworks.