Autumn isn't complete without spending some time to see all the colourful fall leaves! Going on a hike isn't the only way to see the fall foliage in Quebec. If you're looking for something more exciting, there are plenty of unique Quebec-based adventures where you can spot the spectacular fall leaves!

This fall, you can cycle through the treetops on a suspended bicycle, or soar through the forest on a zipline. If you're looking for something more low-key, why not take a gondola ride and enjoy a panoramic view of red and golden leaves?

We've got you covered. Here are six fantastic ways to see the fall leaves in Quebec that you need to try! 

VéloVolant

Price: $50 per person

Address: 169 Chemin Staines, Glen Sutton, Quebec

Why you need to go: Bike through the forest canopy on a suspended bicycle that will take you past the mountainside and over waterfalls!

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Mont Orford Gondola

Price: $8.70 per person one-way, or $15 per person for unlimited access

Address: 4380 Chemin du Parc, Orford, Quebec

Why you need to go: You can go on a scenic gondola ride to the top of the mountain and enjoy a view of the colourful trees below!

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Chutes Coulonge Adventure Park

Price: $34 per person

Address: 100 Parc-des-Chutes Drive, Mansfield-et-Pontefract, Quebec

Why you need to go: You can spend the day doing the incredible aerial obstacle course through the trees, or on a series of ziplines!

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Canyon Saint-Anne

Price: $15 per person

Address: 206 QC-138, Beaupré, Quebec

Why you need to go: Two experiences you can't miss include trekking across the suspension bridge, and the Air Canyon. The latter takes you across the canyon and a waterfall at speeds of up to 50 kph!

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Autumn Festival at Mont Sutton

Price: Price currently not listed for the event

Address: 671 Maple Street, Sutton, Quebec

Why you need to go: Celebrate the colourful leaves at Mont Sutton's Autumn Festival from Sep. 14 to Oct. 14!

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Tyroparc Zipline

Price: $70 per adult (for the "classic" package)

Address: 400 Chemin du Mont Catherine, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec

Why you need to go: It's the highest mega-zipline in Eastern North America. Here, you can spend the afternoon on four ziplines that cover more than 2.6 km in total!

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