Measuring 83 meters high – 90 feet higher than Niagara Falls – the Montmorency Falls are an amazing attraction for all ages. Take the short 15 minutes trip to see this natural wonder. The Montmorency Falls are located in front of the Island of Orleans and were named by Samuel de Champlain for his patron, the duke of Montmorency. Though higher than Niagara, they are far narrower.
Montmorency Falls – 11km (7 miles) NE of QuÃ©bec City. Back on the mainland, Montmorency Falls, which were named by Samuel de Champlain for his patron, the duke of Montmorency, are 83m (272 ft.) tall. That’s 30m (98 ft.) higher than Niagara — a boast no visitor is spared. They are, however, far narrower.
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