Quai des Cageux

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This wharf is located near the bridges and offers an exceptional panoramic view of the river and the south shore. It is a key feature of Promenade Samuel-De Champlain and attracts a large number of visitors and residents year-round. It was built in commemoration of the labour of workers who, in the 19th century, directed timber rafts from the Outaouais to the various coves of the Québec City region. The term cageux refers to a forest worker employed in timber floating who directed these rafts as they moved along the water or were pulled by a boat.
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Open year round, from 7 am to 11 pm.

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