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9 Road Trips Around Quebec That Will Give You All The Spectacular Fall Views

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9 Road Trips Around Quebec That Will Give You All The Fall Views

One of the best parts of the fall season is seeing the vibrant fall leaves. But for the best views of the forests of colourful fall foliage in Quebec, you'll need to escape the city. Thankfully, you can take road trips around Quebec! There is no shortage of breathtaking National Parks or hiking trails to discover. So grab a friend and go for a fall hike to a breathtaking lookout point to enjoy fall views.

Though the leaves have already started changing colour to red, yellow, and orange, it's still early in the season. To help you decide the best time to go on a fall hike, there's a convenient map to help you track fall foliage in Quebec.

So before you pack up your car to enjoy the crisp fall air and some time outdoors, make sure to check the status of the leaves in that area. As the condition of the leaves varies per region, it'll allow you to enjoy the fall hues longer if you're willing to drive to different parts of Quebec.

To help you plan your next adventure, here are nine spots in Quebec you can drive to for some incredible fall views:

Parc de la Chute-Montmorency

Price: $6.96 per person

Address: 5300 Boulevard Sainte-Anne, Beauport, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy views of the colourful trees and the 83-meter tall waterfall.

Grands-Jardins National Park

Price: $8.50 per person

Address: 21 QC-381, Saint-Urbain, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: On the Mont du Lac des Cygnes trail, you can enjoy a spectacular vista of fall foliage.

Mont-Mégantic National Park

Price: $8.75 per person

Address: 189 Route du Parc, Notre-Dame-des-Bois, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: This park offers eight hiking trails to explore this fall, where you can enjoy amazing lookout points of the surrounding dense forest.

Zipline At Mont Tremblant

Price: From $49 per person for the express course, and $99 for the regular zipline package

Address: 150 Chemin au Pied de la Montagne, Mont-Tremblant, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: You can zipline over the colourful fall trees!

Jacques-Cartier National Park 

Price: $8.75 per person

Address: 103 Chemin du Parc-National, Stoneham-et-Tewkesbury, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Here, you can enjoy some incredible vistas of the vibrant fall leaves while hiking or canoeing.

Mont-Orford National Park

Price: $8.75 per person

Address: 3321 Chemin du Parc, Orford, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: There's a huge range of difficulty in the hiking trails, with many of them providing incredible panoramic views.

Chutes-de-la-Chaudière Park

Price: Free

Address: 3300 Ave Joseph Hudon, Levis, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Here, you can go on a breathtaking fall hike and cross the suspension bridge to enjoy the view over the river.

Gatineau Park

Price: Free

Address: 33 Chemin Scott, Chelsea, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: There are plenty of easy hiking trails that lead to Instagrammable lookout points.

Hautes‑Gorges-de-la-Rivière‑Malbaie National Park

Price: $8.75 per person

Address: 25 Boulevard Notre Dame, Clermont, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Hiking enthusiasts up for the challenge can climb to the top of the mountain to see the valley and surrounding mountains.

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