A huge area boasting a great diversity of climbing styles, rock types, and commitment levels---on both rock and ice. The "French" culture adds to the exotic nature of a climbing trip here.
Drive or fly. Major carriers go to Montreal and Quebec City.
Guide des cascades de glace et voies mixtes
Stéphane Lapierre et Bernard Gagnon
Les éditions La Randonnée
Access and Clubs
Many cliffs are under the liability insurance of the FQME
Climbers on the protected sites need to have:
-FQME 'Accès Montagne' membership ($55)
-For members of the Alpine Club of Canada an FQME 'Accès Montagne' upgrade ($30)
-Or purchasing a $10 day pass online on $15 at the site if an administrator is present.
This money is used to pay the liability insurance for landowners regardless if they are private citizens, municipal or provincial.
The maintenance of cliffs and their access, replacing of fixed protection.
All of these now include disability and emergency transport.
The FQME also has under its umbrella multiple regional clubs which are listed under each areas.
The Alpine Club of Canada also has a few sections in the province.
420 Total Routes
['4 Stars',58],['3 Stars',115],['2 Stars',97],['1 Star',43],['Bomb',10]
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Quebec:
Featured Route For Quebec
Latest Regional Forum Messages
Aug 9, 2012
-Le 24 heures
-La Croix Ste-Anne
-La Dalle Egen
-La Descente des Femmes
-Monts et Merveilles
-Sweet Madame Blue
Bras du Nord
Le Gros Bonnet
Parc des Chutes
-Fer a Cheval
|By Colin R|
From: Ottawa, ON
Sep 14, 2013
Quebec is a province with unbelievable climbing potential that is not even close to being realized yet. I would say probably it is only 25% of its potential for new routes if that. People need to start coming up here and see for themselves.
Viva la Quebec!