Parc des Sept-Chutes

Parc des Sept-Chutes, Saint Georges: Address, Phone Number, Parc des Sept-Chutes Reviews: 4.5/5

Parc des Sept-Chutes
4.5
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4.5
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MissGeorgiana
Montreal, Canada709 contributions
Great hiking location
Aug. 2020
This is a beautiful location for an easy hike with some great view points of the seven waterfalls that the park is named for.

Be ready for steps and hills, as well as a suspended bridge.

Access to the park is free, and so is the parking.
Written September 5, 2020
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jessica m
Saint Georges, Canada9 contributions
Gréât hiking
Jul. 2018 • Family
It’s clean and beautiful views Play area and pool volleyball courts The hiking trails follow 7 waterfall and highly recommend it
Written July 9, 2018
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BILL B
Portland45 contributions
Great hick
Jun. 2018 • Couples
Well it was a workout at my age and a good one ! The falls were not huge by any means but very beautiful! I will be back in the fall for the foileage ! Good exercise for an afternoon !
Written June 7, 2018
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NottinghamJanet
nottingham36 contributions
Great winter walk in the snow
Feb. 2018 • Family
We walked up to number 2 falls viewing point on a bright snowy day. Paths were good and view of frozen river great. Plenty of snow to play in. The scenery was lovely and I am sure would be at any time if the year
Written February 19, 2018
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Marie B
Chesterfield, VA29 contributions
Beautiful scenery
Oct. 2017 • Family
You can walk the entire trail in an hour if you are going for exercise. There are several sets of stairs. It’s really beautiful during the fall. Make sure to carry bug spray.
Written December 28, 2017
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csprrn
Fort Mill, SC28 contributions
Beautiful Walk!
Jul. 2016 • Couples
Great place to walk and enjoy the scenery. There really are 7 waterfalls. Trails are not too strenuous and it's nice outing for the family or take pictures.
Written March 13, 2017
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jessica m
Saint Georges, Canada9 contributions
Park and rec
Jul. 2016 • Family
Beautiful scenery great trails with plenty to do for everyone volleyball courts as well as playgrounds for all ages. The waterfalls make the hike worth it
Written July 26, 2016
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Sylvie D
Saint Georges de Beauce, Quebec, Canada18 contributions
Great and wonderfull Nature contact
Oct. 2015 • Family
Nice place to go take a walk in nature and see nice views. The entrance is free of charge. So I recommande for low budget attraction. There are different walking path that ou can take all depend on your experience... Notice there's alot of stair's so not recommended for familly with baby's or people that have problem with staires.
Written June 15, 2016
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Mark_and_Neida
Lancaster, PA224 contributions
Lovely area!
Oct. 2015 • Couples
We drove north to do a little Geocaching and sightseeing while we were staying in Jackman. To make an afternoon of it, park in the lot on Avenue de la Chaudière and visit Parc Veilleux and Parc de l'Île-Pozer, then have lunch across the river at Peres Nature.
The trail to Sept-Chutes is along the southeastern edge of Veilleux, but it's fenced off and inaccessible from the park itself... you have to enter from the street several yards east of the Veilleux entrance. The trail is flat and paved all the way, passing through some nice mixed-species woodland and often alongside the stream that later becomes the falls.
When you get to the park, take the trail up the hill to the right... the climb is easier on the smooth roadway than climbing the steps in the gorge if you take the route that follows the stream. The falls themselves aren't outstanding when compared to some of the Maine falls like Grand or Moxie, but the surrounding area and the variety of falls along the gorge more than make up for the lack of sheer size.
Don't forget your binoculars and a camera!
Written November 28, 2015
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