Five viewpoints and many stairs and trails surrounding the Ouiatchouan Falls (meaning “clear-water river” in the Innu language) allow visitors to admire the roaring Falls. No one cannot be impressed by these powerful streams that seem to gush out from the forest before plummeting 72 meters (236 ft), next to the old pulp mill. Perched on top of our new viewpoint with glass platform in the heart of the Falls, you’ll feel like you’re diving in.
1. At the foot of the fall
With a height of 72 meters (236ft), the Ouiatchouan Falls are higher than Niagara Falls by 20 meters.
2. At the heart of the fall
From this new stunning glass perch, you’ll feel as if you’re falling amongst the currents.
3. At the head of the fall
4. View on the beautiful Lac-St-Jean
5. View on the Maligne Falls
49 meters (160ft) high, also called Second Falls