Quebec is a lovely town built on a cliff.
Tourist sites assure you there is a funicular that will tote you between "Lower Town" and "Upper Town."
What the DON'T tell you is that "Lower Town" is "Lower Steep Hill that Requires a Handrail."
Upper Town (where they wisely placed the fort to defend Canada from the Americans) is "Upper Gentle Incline Which Will Wear On You Over Time."
There are wooden steps.
And a newly constructed set of 360 steps that get you from the bottom of Upper Town to the Top of Upper Town. Yeah, we took those steps.
If you don't mind going a mile out of your way you can get from the bottom to the top of the town in a wheelchair.
"How many steps?" you ask. Steps in the toilet.