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Travel & Adventure Events in Quebec

Adventure, Outdoor Events And Trekking In Quebec

To Travel the world is to travel within oneself. For all the adrenaline junkies out there are cool adventure events in Quebec like hiking in the forests, camping in mountains, hanging by the cliffs and a lot more. An adrenaline rush is sure to have when one is out there on adventure. Whether it’s swimming, river rafting, rappelling , riding with motorcycle club or cycling with friends or just a weekend getaway near Quebec, we have got you covered.

Find your adventure and trips near Quebec.

Upcoming Trips & Adventurous Activities in Quebec

  • Dec 21
    Quartier de Lune Sat Dec 21 2019 at 10:30 pm
  • Jan 02
    Namaste Yoga Limoilou Thu Jan 02 2020 at 10:00 am
  • Jan 08
    Centre Communautaire Fernand Dufour Wed Jan 08 2020 at 08:30 pm
  • Jan 10
    Montreal, Quebec Fri Jan 10 2020 at 01:00 pm
  • Jan 12
    Sentier du Moulin Lacbeauport qc Sun Jan 12 2020 at 01:00 pm
  • Jan 18
    Le Pub universitaire Sat Jan 18 2020 at 09:30 pm
  • Jan 25
    Shawinigan, Quebec Sat Jan 25 2020 at 10:00 am
  • Mar 03
    Centre de ski Le Relais Tue Mar 03 2020 at 09:00 am
  • Adventure Trips in Quebec City

    Quebec City is the capital of the province of Quebec, Canada. The province is home to the French-Canadian culture, and most people here speak in French. Quebec City is multi-cultural and multi-ethnic which creates an environment that is both vibrant and diverse. Quebec, as with all of Canada, is home to stunning landscapes and has plenty to offer those looking for adventure or camping in Quebec. You can choose the level of difficulty or adventure you want and pick amongst a wide range of activities. Most of the activities are well regulated and have specific spots for camping and other adventure sports.


    Best places for Quebec City Adventures

    There are several places in an around Quebec City that you can visit if you are hankering for thrills and adventure. If you’d like to make day trips from Quebec City and are looking for a camping trip, consider Camping De La Joie. This is a wooded mountain area with over a hundred camping sites where you can take your own tents or even set up an RV. If you are interested in taking an RV to explore the province, you can stay at Camping in Quebec City which is an exclusive RV campsite. Sarbaya is a treetop adventure park which offers an obstacle course of high ropes. This adventure park is only 15 minutes from downtown Quebec City, and visitors can challenge themselves with different levels of obstacles. If you want to go hiking in Quebec City, Lafleche is the place. Lafleche in Abraska has many adventure activities on offer to visitors from zip lines over majestic landscapes to the biggest cave of the Canadian Shield. Other activities include night treks, hiking, snowshoeing, aerial course, and a special kids’ course. The park has several tours that you can sign up to explore the landscape. Montmorency Falls is only 15 minutes from downtown and offers beautiful vistas from a gondola ride, a suspension bridge, and a scenic staircase.


    Quebec City Adventures For Every Season

    Quebec City has adventures raring to go during any season. From skiing to white river rafting, there are plenty of activities to suit all your preferences. If you are keen on a particular activity, such as camping in Quebec City, you can time your visit to the city to arrive on schedule for the activity. In summer, you can enjoy white river rafting on the Jacques Cartier or Montmorency River. For people who want a relaxing time, there are floats available where you can gently float by the lovely valley with waterfalls and sandy beaches. Try canyoning, rappelling down a waterfall, on Mont Sainte-Anne’s Jean-LaRose Falls or Charlevoix’s Baie-Saint-Paul. During autumn, go canoeing on Jacques Cartier for beautiful views. You can also go for single-track mountain biking on Mont Sainte-Anne for views of the St. Lawrence, Vallee Bras-du-Nord’s Saint-Raymond section for technical rides, and Sentiers du Moulin. Come winter, you can ski at Stoneham Mountain Resort north of Quebec City, while snowboarders love Mont Sainte-Anne. You can head to Station Touristique Duchesnay for Nordic trails, as well as dog-sledding and snowshoeing. For something more daring, try ice-canyoning at Mont Sainte-Anne where you can scale a 135-foot-high frozen waterfall. In spring, you can go ziplining over gorges and river valleys. Canyon Sainte-Anne, Air Canyon, and Parc de la Chute-Montmorency are popular choices. You can also cycle the Corridor du Littoral to Chutes Montmorency. Don’t forget to pack a picnic and stop for lunch with a stunning view. For hiking enthusiasts and Quebec trekking, Mont Sainte-Anne and Parc National de la Jacques-Cartier offer 360-degree views with a range of hiking trails of differing difficulty. Discover more about Quebec City adventures and camping in Quebec City at