Recharging your batteries, putting all your senses to work… Feeling the warn rays of sunshine, breathing thoroughly, listening to the birds or marvel at the changing seasons… These are some of the little pleasures and benefits that walking in the forest can bring you.
With its trails and three suspension bridges, one of which is 60 metres above the gorge, you cannot find a better place to bathe in nature.
Discover the strength of the Sainte-Anne-du-Nord River that shaped this 1.2 billion-year-old rock. With its 74-metre drop and even exceeding Niagara height, the spectacular canyon will surprise you. Several observation points will allow you to discover the Canyon Sainte-Anne, literally step by step.
For people with reduced mobility, a specialized shuttle service allows the discovery of the entire north rim of the Canyon, the fall as well as the Mestachibo and McNicoll suspension bridges. In order to have the most complete experience possible, the route includes several stops at different observation points accessible to all. The many flat and safe paths allow visitors using a wheelchair to follow the course without difficulty.
Canyon Sainte-Anne is part of the La Route Accessible de Kéroul (Accessible Road program), the tourism and culture organization for people with restricted physical ability in Quebec.
Many services are offered on the site to allow you to fully enjoy your visit.