Sarbayä is a treetop adventure park. Get your adrenaline boost by going through the obstacles of a high ropes course. Sarbayä gives you the chance to partake in an outdoor sport while pushing yourself to surpass your limits. Sarbayä was built by the City of Quebec in 2014. The installations are beautiful and modern as they are so recent. The courses are difficult enough to offer a great challenge to people who have done this kind of activity many times before.
Necessary equipment is provided: a harness, two safety lines with carabiners, a pulley and a helmet.
Gloves are strongly recommended
Long hair must be attached
Closed shoes are required
Sandals are forbidden
Athletic wear is recommended
It is recommended to not wear jewellery or sunglasses
Any person who can move alone and without severe physical limitations will be able to complete the activity. The courses are progressively more difficult and everyone can go at their own pace. You can choose not to continue the activity at the end of each course (without refund).
Children courses (less than 1m40)
Low to moderate physical endurance; accessible to all youth without severe physical limitations.
Ziptour – 7 super ziplines
Moderate physical endurance; allow about 1 hour for the total duration of the activity.
(1m40 and more)
Moderate physical endurance; it is important to note that the difficulty level will increase during the activity. Plan about 2 and a half hours for the total duration of the activity.
(1m40 and more)
Moderate physical endurance; it is important to know that the level of difficulty increases throughout the activity. Allow about 2 h 30 for the total duration of the activity.
Sarbayä is accredited with the association Aventure Écotourisme Québec. This treetop adventure park is in Quebec City’s biggest nature park.
The goal of ecotourism is to protect natural spaces, but also to make them more accessible. Reclaiming urban parks is a great way to showcase the natural beauty of the city without having a negative impact on it.
The Sarbayä Team
Sarbayä guides are there to ensure your safety. They watch over you from the ground and give you hints when you struggle with an obstacle. They train regularly during the summer to stay in shape and to be able to help you off the course, if needed. The guides follow a custom-made training program and they also have first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certifications.