Experience a total forest immersion and enjoy the many benefits associated with hiking!
Enter this dizzying gash dating back to the Ice Age and carved by the powerful Sainte-Anne waterfall (74 m) in rock that is 1,2 billion-year-old. Cross over three suspension bridges, including one hanging 60 m above, and live true “naturally sensational” emotions!
Enhance your family outing
- Rise to the challenge of the “Stone Stories Treasure Hunt”, challenge the spirits of the forest with games and enchanted legends.
- Help the Petraminis recover the colours of the rainbow broken by the giants, a virtual experience that will follow you along the trail.
- Discover the “cooking pots” of the giants and the Mini-Canyon Cascade.
More of a thrill-seeker?
- Combine an AirCANYON flight to your visit of the park. At 50km/h and at 90 m above the waterfall, you will be breath taken by the impressive view you will have! AirCANYON Video
- Available upon reservation, the Via Ferrata will surely fill your expectations!
Trails are accessible and safe for the whole family. On demand, a shuttle is available for people with disability.
Picnic area with fireplace, luncheon counter and outdoor terrace. Dogs on leash are welcomed! Free parking.
Reservations required for groups of 20 or more. Multifunctional room and animation programs for all ages.
Location: 5 minutes from the Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré Basilica. 30 minutes from downtown Québec City. On route 138 East toward Charlevoix.
Recognition and awards over the years:
In 2000, the site was chosen by John Travolta for his movie “Battlefield Earth”.
Two stars in the Michelin Guide. “Star attraction” in the AAA/CAA guide for the Québec region.
Grand Canadian winner, 2002 Attractions Canada award for natural park of 100 square km or less
Silver medal, Grands Prix du Tourisme Québecois 2002, in the 100,000 visitors and over category.
Silver medal in tourism, 1983, Minister of State for Small Business and Tourism, Canada.
Featured in an 1855 painting by Cornelius Krieghoff. “One of the most spectacular natural attractions of Québec is hiding there.” (Paul Simier, Tourism columnist for Journal de Montréal)
Admission fee required
Period of operation :
June 24 to September 7: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. September 8 to October 18: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Last entry: one hour prior to closing time.
Partially handicapped accessible
Park, natural site or wildlife reserve
Establishment equipped for groups
206, route 138, Beaupré, QC G0A 1E0
Telephone : 418 827-4057
Fax : 418 827-2492