Station des Cageux

Station des Cageux

At the very end of Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain, Station des Cageux is a dock that features an observation tower, offering a clear view of the St. Lawrence River, the south shore of Québec City and the two bridges that mark the western entrance to the city. A small interpretation center also serves as a dining room or indoor resting station, while a gourmet café provides light lunches and refreshments.  

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