Via Ferrata routes can be found in almost every Canadian national park. This combination of hiking, climbing, and zip lining is one of the must-doєs in Quebec from June to October.
Several Via Ferratas around Quebec City and near Saguenay Fjord provide climbing between water and rocks. The route in Parc de la Chute-Montmorency gives the opportunity to get really close to Montmorency Falls and feel its water splatter. Colossal views from the Via Ferrata of Palissades de Charlevoix, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant, and Sainte Anne Canyon will leave you speechless, as you will see the perfect carpet of forest underneath your feet.
Even though all of the routes are safe and guided by professionals, Via Ferrata is an experience for those who are not scared of heights and have enough endurance to finish a path equipped with bridges, beams, and cables.