Fall Activities in and Around Quebec City

Fall Activities in and Around Quebec City

Crédit photo : Julien Boullet

Colourful walks

Whether it’s hiking the trails at Parc de la Chute-Montmorency or strolling down Old Quebec City’s beautiful streets, you will be surrounded by stunning fall colours during your stay at Le Capitole. Even from the city centre, magnificent views are easy to access!

If, after your activities, you are overwhelmed by the desire to enjoy the comfort of your room at Le Capitole, take the evening off and relax in a bathtub overlooking the Laurentides.

Apple and pumpkin picking

What could be better than picking your favourite variety of fresh delicious apples? This bucolic activity offers you the ideal backdrop for great photographs. You’ll find many orchards within a 30-minute drive both on Île d’Orléans and Quebec City’s Rive Sud. If you would rather stay closer to the hotel, be sure to stop at Grand Marché de Québec which is bursting with fresh seasonal produce.

Vineyard tours on Île d’Orléans

Île d’Orléans is, yet again, the ideal destination to enjoy the best of what nature has to offer. Its views of the city and the Côte-de-Beaupré will make you want to savour the spectacle with a glass of wine in hand. Here are some of our top addresses that are less than 30 mins away from Le Capitole Hôtel:


Relax at the spa

Summer is over, but it’s still important to relax. Take the time to visit one of Quebec City’s many spas. Strøm Spa Nordique, also located in Old Quebec City, is the perfect destination to enjoy a moment of well-being with a breathtaking view of the St. Lawrence River.

Crédit : Strom Spa


Cultural activities

Quebec City is all about culture in the fall. See the city come alive with its exhibitions, festivals, as well as music and theatre.

Make the most of the many choices available by reading our article about the musts for a busy fall, which is sure to whet your appetite. Why not book a gourmet dinner at BŌ Cuisine d’Asie where you will discover a host of fresh local seasonal produce?