Canyon Sainte-Anne


The Canyon Sainte-Anne, receiving close to 100,000 visitors a year, is a steep-sided gorge shaped by the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River. It's been available to the public since 1973, and was once described in the writings of Henry David Thoreau. The gorge has a 243-foot waterfall. Three suspended foot bridges are available at the site for visitors to access. There's also rappelling and rock-climbing available.


206 Road 138 E
Route 138
Quebec, Canada G0A 1E0


47.07139500, -70.87389400
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