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Québec’s Grand Canyon

By Linda Tancs

Just 30 minutes from Québec City and its many tourist attractions, Canyon Sainte-Anne is Québec’s “grand canyon.” Its waterfall, 243 feet high, is one third higher than Niagara Falls. The steep-sided gorge boasts three suspension bridges, but if that’s not adventurous enough for you, then consider Air Canyon, a chair ride soaring 296 feet over the gorge at speeds up to 31 miles per hour.


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  Eromonsele Emmanuel wrote @

It’s quite sad that Covid hit the tourism industry so hard. It has forestalled a lot of creatives that make content on the go.
Thanks for sharing Linda! And yeah, this shall pass.

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  Linda Tancs wrote @

You’re welcome! Travel is my “happy place.” We could all use that right now.


  Geri Lawhon wrote @

The pictures make this place feel like it would be a wonderful place to visit. Thanks for enlightening us with this post about the canyon.

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  Linda Tancs wrote @

Thanks for your kind remarks, Geri!

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