The Best Hiking Trails in Levis

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Levis, QC. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


3300 Avenue Joseph Hudon, Levis, QC G6X 2T2

Hiking Trails, Waterfalls, Fishing, Walking Trails, Playing Area for Kids, Falls, Park, Bike Ride, Picnic Access, Playground, Pets on Leash, Interpretation & Nautical Activities

Free Admission - Hiking on almost 4.5 km of developed trails lined with interpretation panels - These 35 metre high falls are the last and most impressive jolt of the Chaudière River, flowing on 185 km all the way to the St. Lawrence River

Mon - Sun 5:00 am - 11:00 pm

I visited this park & falls on a recent visit to Quebec City. It's a little-known but very beautiful park about a half-hour drive outside Quebec City in Levis. Without a car, it takes about 90 minutes and 3 bus transfers to get there. (Tourist info office will be able to tell you how to get there.) Was it worth it? Absolutely! When you arrive at the park, there is a view of the fall, hills, river and a suspension bridge in the distance. It's a very easy hike along the river with plenty of views.

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Levis and Surroundings, Levis, QC G6C 1H8

Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Biking, Activities, Wildlife Observation, Plant Life Observation, Snowshoeing, Mountain Biking, Fat Biking, Pets Allowed, Panoramic View/Lookout, Nature & Park

Features five marked hiking trails totalling about 5 km in length, with mountain bike access in the northern section - More than 100 species of bird, a microfauna, small and medium fauna and presence of white-tailed deer

Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

De mieux en mieux à chaque visite. Bravo à ceux qui entretiennent le site et merci aux visiteurs qui le garde propre.
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Rue De La Concord, Levis, QC G6W 5M6

Hiking Trails, Biking Trails, Outdoor Activities, Walking Trails, Falls, Cycling Path, Ride, Bike, Nature & Parks

Unique cycling path offers a panoramic view of the fortifications of Quebec City - 15 km entirely paved path perfect to run, walk, roller-skate or ride your bike


Sûrement l'une des plus belles pistes cyclables de la région. Plusieurs accès au fleuve Saint-Laurent dont la Grève Joliette où il y a un embarcadère pour la mise à l'eau de petites embarcations. Belle vue sur la ville de Québec et de la chaîne de montagnes Les Laurentides, la plus vieille chaîne de montagnes au monde. La partie de la piste entre le traversier et la grève est la plus pittoresque avec ces belles falaises rocheuses.

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