This waterfall is right by the Taschereau Bridge on the way to Île d’Orléans and is worth a stop if you’re in the area. It’s 83m high, topping Niagara Falls by about 30m, though it’s not nearly as wide. What’s cool is walking over the falls on the suspension bridge to see (and hear) them thunder down below. The park is free but parking ($10.44 per car) and the cable car can add up over the average one-hour visit.
There's also a heart-stopping zip line (adult/child $25/19) and via ferrata (cable-aided protected climbing route; adult/child from $26.50/20) if you're so inclined. You can opt to walk the circuit instead of taking the cable car up.
This is an interesting stop even in winter: when the spray from the falls freezes, it creates a 30m-high toboggan hill. The falls are about 12km from Québec City.