Get off the beaten path and tame winter by learning how to ice climb. From introductory classes to guided tours and equipment rental, adventure/outdoor tourism agents such as Aventurex offer a wide range of services and can help you find the ideal place to safely enjoy ice climbing. Quebec’s internationally renowned Parc de la Chute-Montmorency has one of the most beautiful ice falls in eastern America; in the Charlevoix region, Parc d’Aventure en montagne Les Palissades offers more than 36 ice climbing routes, from 10 to 400 metres (33 to 1,312 feet) long. Exceptional conditions are a given from the first days of January into mid-March. Ice-climbing is a unique experience that will certainly have you see winter in a new light, helping you forget the cold of the winter season and motivating you to get outside. It’s time to break the ice!
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