Have you ever wanted to rip down one of the most scenic areas in the entire country at nearly 70 km/h? That would be a very specific desire to have, but if the idea piques your interest, you’re in luck. The Quebec City Toboggan Slide is exactly that and is without a doubt one of the coolest winter activities in the entire country.

Quebec Toboggan Slide Au 1884

Quebec slide
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Perched upon the Dufferin Terrace behind the world-famous Chateau Frontenac, this massive toboggan ride is as pretty as it is thrilling. Every year, from mid-December until March (depending on weather and this year depending on COVID protocols), thousands of sliders flock to this gorgeous spot.

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Now, this adrenaline-pumping ride isn’t anything new. In fact, it’s one of the oldest winter attractions in Quebec City, having popped up in it’s earliest form way back in 1884. Now, it’s bigger and better than ever, becoming a must-see spot in one of Canada’s most beautiful cities.

The Quebec City toboggan run allows up to 4 passengers per toboggan and, in case you already forgot, hits speeds of up to 70 km/hr! We can’t guarantee that you won’t freeze your face on the way down, but we can guarantee you’re going to love every second of it.

Quebec Slide
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Plus, the whole thing is insanely affordable. A 4-slide package is only $10, while individual slides are $3 a pop. Grab yourself a hot chocolate to go along with your slide and you’ll only be out $7 while gaining a memory that will last a lifetime.

If you want more information and want to stay up to date on when (and if) this attraction will open for the 2020 season, just click here.