Parc of the Kabir Kouba Cliff and Waterfall

Local nameChute Kabir Kouba
LocationQuebec City, Canada

The Park of the Kabir Kouba Cliff and Waterfall is a public park in Québec crossed by the Saint-Charles River. The rapids and falls of this section of the river are called Kabir Kouba the «river of a thousand bends» in the Montagnais language. An interpretive center and trails permit the observation of the Kabir Kouba waterfall that has a height of 28 metres. The trails also provide a view of the canyon which at its highest point measures 42 metres as well as a rich variety of flora, fauna and fossils dating over 455 million years old. The interpretive center also offers services such as Kabir Kouba by Lantern, A Day at Loretteville package as well as guided visits of the falls. A song by the singer Claire Pelletier, Kabir Kouba, evoques the many Huron legends that honour the river and the waterfall.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parc_of_the_Kabir_Kouba_Cliff_and_Waterfall

Official Website http://www.chutekabirkouba.com/

Twitter https://twitter.com/kabirkouba

Facebook Page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Corporation-du-Parc-de-la-Falaise-et-de-la-chute-Kabir-Kouba/172953899438353?ref=ts

Address 55 Highway 369, Québec G2B, Canada

Coordinates 46°51'18.657" N -71°21'19.131" E

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