Chute Jean-Larose

Chute Jean-Larose, Beaupre

Chute Jean-Larose - Beaupre
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Vivacious1025
Richmond Hill, Canadá2 contribuições
ago de 2021
The entrance of this trail is closed and have chain in the front. The entrance of the trail is just right across from the Delta Mont Sainte Anne Hotel.
Feita em 9 de agosto de 2021
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Steven D’Avignon
Quebec City, Canadá44 contribuições
mar de 2021 • A sós
Belle chute dans le coin situé à Beaupré. Le site n’a jamais été entretenu mais les gens y vont quand même ! Je vous invite à prendre de belles photos 💦
Feita em 24 de março de 2021
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yulneverroamalone
Montreal, Canadá199 contribuições
jul de 2020
These pleasant falls are a sight to behold, but getting to them is a daunting the task. The stairs leading down to the falls are currently broken and unusable. There are rumors circulating that they'll be redone, but as of July 2020, they weren't. The directions to the falls are a little foggy when using Google Maps, but we'll try and be as specific as possible: The trail to the falls is located across from Mont Sainte-Anne Ski Hill and Golf Grand Vallon. The ski hill may let you park for free, and we were told the golf course will let you park for $5. With the stairs broken, the descent is incredibly difficult, and we don't recommend it to anyone who isn't apt on their feet. The ascent is a little easier, but it's at almost a 45-degree incline the whole way back up. The falls are beautiful nonetheless and you can get right up close and personal with them. It well worth the adventure if you're daring, but if not, it's still a site to check out once the stairs are redone.
Feita em 9 de agosto de 2020
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Parth P
1 contribuição
ago de 2020 • Amigos
The directions are wrong. It’s past Mont Sainte Anne on the right side where the golf course is. You don’t need to pay for parking if you park in front of the boulders, but you can also pay 5$ for parking at the golf course for the entire day.

There is little signage indicating that the waterfalls are closed. There is no way to access the falls without the stairs that are still under construction. The only part of this excursion that was enjoyable was the hike that ends abruptly without any indication and the stream to can walk by if you go down a little bit off trails.

Overall, I’d recommend if you want to simply walk a bit around the streams rushing down. However, if you’re expecting to see waterfalls, try somewhere else as there is currently no access to the falls.
Feita em 8 de agosto de 2020
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Jessica trottier
Trois-Rivieres, Canadá15 contribuições
jul de 2019 • Casais
Un très belle endroit à visité en nature.Nous avons trouvé la chute un peu petite met très charmante!!!
Feita em 1 de fevereiro de 2020
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Mathieu
1 contribuição
nov de 2019 • Casais
Belle journée et balade avec ma conjointe. En couple ou entre amis vous Serez charmé pas l'endroit.
Je recommande.
Feita em 4 de novembro de 2019
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Dan B
Beaupre, Canadá4 contribuições
set de 2019 • Casais
Unfortunately the directions to the falls are all inaccurate and google maps and Apple maps sent me to incorrect locations.

Hopefully this information will be helpful. There are two locations to park that are east to find. Mont Sainte-Anne ski lift on Rt 360 will let you park free of charge. After parking use crosswalk to cross Rt360. Walk across bridge and continue walking on path along road until you see easy to see and read sign for trail to falls. Another option is to park at club de golf Le St-Ferréol. There is sign for parking to falls. They ask $5 to park.

Currently as of September 2019 the stairs are being rebuilt. Currently closed so little to see much at this time. Looks too difficult for me to continue decent without the stairs but I’m sure it will be worth the visit when stairs are back in operation Mont Stainte-Anne owns the land and rebuilding stairs. You can ask them regarding status. Enjoy
Feita em 25 de setembro de 2019
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patricia22_12
West Jefferson, Carolina do Norte20 contribuições
ago de 2019
This was part of Montmorency Falls, which was really beautiful. Trails to follow to see different views of the falls, a charming restaurant, and a suspension bridge that goes over the falls. They also have a zipline for the younger people. It was well worth the visit.
Feita em 24 de agosto de 2019
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André B
10 contribuições
ago de 2019 • Família
En temps normal je donnerais 5 mais quelques marches doivent être réparées sinon superbe site sauvage
Feita em 21 de agosto de 2019
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mms121961
Sainte Anne de Beaupre, Canadá23 contribuições
ago de 2019 • Casais
The canyon beats all the flumes and gorges in New England by far. You’re up close and personal! The bridges can be a bit scary but worth the jitters. Lots of steps to get back up- although you are warned this prior to descending all the way. Nice shady picnic grounds are all available.
Feita em 5 de agosto de 2019
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