Fall is the best time of the year to head to Quebec — especially if you’re the outdoorsy type. The province is chock-full of opportunities to hike and paddle among some of the brightest, most colorful leaves out there. It’s also the perfect time to spot beluga whales on the St. Lawrence River and zipline above the multi-colored foliage of Charlevoix. And after all the efforts and excitement, you can reward yourself with local fall-focused treats: apple crêpes and a maple coffee, among other indulgences.
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