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    Looking for the best photography in Quebec? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Quebec. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Photography Spots in and near Quebec

    • Montréal, Québec

      Hike Mont Royal

      4 mi / 764 ft gain
      Starting at McGill University's campus, you will hike uphill, stopping at multiple lookouts along the way. There are multiple ways you can hike up to the top of the mountain: paved road, stairs or dirt foot paths. Biking up the paved roadway is also possible. Three quarters of the way up is a bea...
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    • Notre-Dame-des-Monts, Québec

      Hike L'Accropole-Des-Draveurs

      6.5 mi / 2624.7 ft gain
      L'Accropole-Des-Draveurs is the most popular trail at Hautes-Gorges-de-la-Rivière-Malbaie national park. Since there's no parking near the trails, you'll have to leave your car in the parking lot at the visitors center. Wait for the next bus that takes visitors to the various trails within the pa...
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    • Luskville, Québec

      Hike the Luskville Falls Fire Tower Loop

      3.1 mi / 1100 ft gain
      The first part of the hike is a bit of a workout, traversing the Eardley Escarpment, but it levels off a bit at the edge of the escarpment with a gentle upward slope to the fire tower. The total elevation gain is about 1100ft.Dogs are not allowed on this trail, but you can find other trails in th...
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    • Lac-Supérieur, Québec

      Hike Le Centenaire in Parc National du Mont-Tremblant

      6.5 mi / 1075 ft gain
      What a beautiful hike through the Parc National du Mont-Tremblant wilderness. The trail was created in 1995 to celebrate parks 100th  anniversary. There are multiple viewpoints, minor rock scrambling, and some very cool moss covered walls. The parking area and trailhead are very easy to find off ...
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    • Orford, Québec

      Canoe or Kayak at Lake Stukely

      Discover Lake Stukely beach, a magnificent supervised beach with clear water and equipped with a playground for children. Guaranteed pleasure for the whole family! On-site services: Snack bar, convenience store, boutique, boat rental, toilets). On site, you can rent canoe, kayak, pedalo, SUP padd...
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    • Coaticook, Québec

      Hike the Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook Yellow Trail

      2.18 mi / 164 ft gain
      Hiking trails at Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook are spread into 3 sectors to reveal the park’s attractions.For a day trip I will suggest doing the yellow trail, which is the one we did. It will bring you directly into the heart of the Gorge. It is quite a short hike, 1h30-2h00 and you'll get the c...
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    • Boucherville, Québec

      Canoe or Kayak at Iles de Boucherville

      5 mi
      The access is quite easy. You just have to take the exit for Ile Charon on the highway 20 and then you'll see pretty good information for the entrance of the park. To go at the boating renting point, you need to follow the direction for Iles Grosbois starting from the parking lot and the informat...
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    • Saint-Damien, Québec

      Camping on Lac Escalier in Parc national du Mont-Tremblant

      Looking for a lakeside campground surrounded by mountains, no cell service, and in eastern Canada? Look into Lac Escalier within Parc National du Mont-Tremblant. From the main entrance of the park it is about a 15 mile drive in on a winding road through the forest, half on pavement, and half on d...
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    • 110-184 Chemin Delaney, Québec

      Photograph the Stranded Barge in Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine

      0.6 mi / 0 ft gain
      In order to get near the barge, you can park at the end of Chemin Delaney in l'Étang-du-Nord. From the public road, you will have direct access to the beach. Hike directly onto the ice to reach the barge, about 1 km from your car.  The humungous piece of rusted metal is a dry dock. Its purpose wa...
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    • 360 Rang Saint-Louis, Québec

      Snowshoe in Quebec's Valley of the Phantoms

      4.3 mi / 984.3 ft gain
      Long after the hiking season is done, winter brings with it a new opportunity high on the hills of Monts-Valin National Park. A snowy network of trails that zig and zag between the black spruce and pines that are typical of a boreal landscape. Of the 77 km or 48 miles of trails to pick, the Valle...
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    • Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec

      Hike to the top of the Big Hill in Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine

      3.7 mi / 570.9 ft gain
      Entry Island (l’Île d'Entrée) is one of the 9 islands of Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine. It's only 3 km-wide and is the only inhabited island with no road access with the rest of the archipelago. The only ways to reach the small community would be by boat or by plane. It's the home of fewer than 100 pe...
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    • 199 1re Av, Québec

      Bike the North Shore of the Saint Lawrence

      194.5 mi / 2398.3 ft gain
      Québec is known across Canada, if not North America, for its high quality Route Verte bicycle route. Your route on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence won't quite be the highest quality of bicycling—you'll be on older highways than other parts of the province—but it will be some of the most enj...
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    • Quebec City, Quebec

      Explore Montmorency Falls

      Drive 15 minutes north of Quebec City for the outdoors oasis that is Montmorency Falls, officially Parc de la Chute-Montmorency. This is a fairly large waterfall whose waters lead into the St. Lawrence River and that offers lots of different points for which you can take in your surroundings. The...
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    • Coaticook, Quebec

      Mount Pinacle

      1.5 mi
       We came from Parc de la Gorge on Ch de Baldwin-Barnston road, which leads you to the Parc Harold F Baldwin area. Turn left onto Ch May and park your car in the parking area that is next to a small shop/cafe. There are signs at this point. Walk up the hill a bit until you reach the blue Mt. Pinac...
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    • Québec, Québec

      Take the Ferry in Quebec City

      Take a quick ferry ride across the St. Lawrence River for spectacular views of Quebec City, Cap-Diamant, the Château Frontenac, and Dufferin Terrace from the water. The ferry is the Quebec City-Levis Ferry and has regular service throughout the day, as well as into the night. The ride is short, o...
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    • Saint-Gabriel-de-Valcartier, Québec

      Explore the Hotel de Glace

      On your way to Quebec City, or on your way out, stop by Hotel de Glace for a once-in-a-lifetime adventure exploring structures made completely out of ice. For a fee that you can pay at the entrance, you will have access to all of the ice buildings, including the hotel, chapel, and bar, which has ...
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