This giant waterfall in Quebec City has frozen (PHOTOS)

Jan 9 2020, 9:02 am

Even though the band TLC has advised against it, these waterfalls in Quebec City might be worth chasing.

Located in Parc de la Chute-Montmorency, Montmorency Falls is 83 metres (272 feet) tall – a full 30 metres higher than Ontario’s Niagra Falls.

Guests can take a cable car up to the top of the cliff which includes a suspended bridge, offering a breathtaking view of the falls, which funnels into the Saint-Lawrence River.

Montmorency Falls has been popular in recent weeks among the Instagram crowd as Quebec City’s frigid weather has frozen the normally rushing water.

In a little bit less than a three-hour trek from downtown Montreal, the frozen falls could be this weekend’s target. Especially if you’re itching for some social media love.

Here’s how Montmorency Falls looks through the virtual world:

 

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