Dating over 455 million years old, The Park of the Kabir Kouba Cliff and Waterfall is crossed by the Saint-Charles River in the Northern part of Québec City, Canada and the Première Nation Huronne Wendat. The rapids and falls of this section of the river are called Kabir Kouba: the «river of a thousand bends» in the Montagnais language. From The Interpretive Center and trails one sees the Kabir Kouba waterfall (a height of 91 feet - 28 metres). The trails also provide a view of the canyon with a rich variety of flora, fauna and fossils.
The Interpretive Center offers services such as:
Kabir Kouba by Lantern, A Day at Loretteville package and guided visits of the falls.
Kabir Kouba and the river of a thousand detours
Located in the Loretteville area, the Falaise and Kabir Kouba waterfall park is located in Northern Québec City, .
Call to Action
Please consider a donation to the The Interpretive Center of Kabir Kouba Fall
to help maintain this beautiful and historical sacred place
By clicking on the link below:
Registered Charity Number (CRA): 862095213RR0001
Corporation du parc de la falaise et de la chute Kabir Kouba
Hugo Chouinard (President), Bernard Poirier (vice-president)
Vincent Savard (secretary-treasurer), Hélène Lamothe (administrator)
Olivier Bellavance (administrator)
Photographs below by Clovis Coeur Photography & Wikipedia.org
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