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December 14, 2021

Discover popular attractions in the National Capital Region.

The sentier des Dunes will lead you along the majestic Montmorency River. Access to the trail is via Rue des Dunes (via Rue du Couvent, Rue du Collège and Rue des Dunes).

- Wedge path of : 980 m 
- Level: beginner
- Length of the trail: about 30 minutes for the round trip
- Parking available

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Located in Old Quebec, the Old Port of Quebec offers magnificent views, especially at sunset.

You will discover the marina, a landscaped urban park and can enjoy the rest areas while admiring the landscape. During the summer season, many festive events take place here.

Parking ($) is available on site. Dogs on leash are welcome!



Located on the shores of the St. Lawrence River, the Jacques-Cartier Beach Park extends over more than 3 km, from the Cap-Rouge nautical park to the Pierre-Laporte Bridge. 

You will find a large sandy and pebble beach, several walking trails offering magnificent views of the surroundings as well as several picnic areas set up in a wooded area. In winter, the main trail is accessible by snowshoes. 

Two parking lots are available free of charge: one is on Pavilion Road and the other is located at the water park. There are also sanitary facilities. 

Access is free and leashed dogs are welcome!



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Rafting, amazon in nature, lodging, transportation, logistics, trapper packages and much more await the company's clientele.

Located at the top of the two-headed mountain in a splendid panorama, the adventure company is a must during your adventures in Quebec City.

Get ready to escape to the land of escape!



At an altitude of 485 m, Mont-Bélair is one of the highest points in the Quebec City region and offers splendid views.

A network of hiking trails, with sidewalks on stilts, has been developed around Lake Boivin and near the wetlands. At Mont-Bélair Nature Park, you can also enjoy mountain biking, wildlife observation, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, among other activities. 

Access to the park is on de la Découverte Street, at the corner of de la Montagne Ouest Avenue.