7 Ontario Waterfalls That Look Like A Scene From "Frozen" In The Winter

Because the cold never bothered you anyway. ❄️
7 Ontario Waterfalls In The Winter Will Make You Feel Like You're In "Frozen"

If you thought chasing waterfalls was strictly reserved for TLC songs and summertime, think again. There are so many beautiful frozen Ontario waterfalls in the winter that it would be a real shame to miss this season. Under a fresh layer of ice and snow, some of the province’s best waterfalls transform into truly magical winter wonderlands and they’re definitely worth leaving your house for.

You’ll probably feel like you’ve stepped straight into a scene from Disney’s Frozen when you stand before these incredible winter wonders.

Even some of the smaller cascading waters make for breathtaking icy scenery in the colder months.

If you’re thinking that winter hiking sounds like more of a punishment than a fun outing, you’re not entirely wrong.

But, while the snowy trek to some of these beauties might be cold, it’ll be totally worth every shiver when you see the iconic wintery views.

So if you’re looking for the perfect winter day trip, why not take the time to cross a few of these mesmerizing frozen waterfalls off of your winter bucket list.

All that’s left to do is rally your BFFs, bundle up in your warmest winter accessories, and start chasing these amazing frozen falls.

Tews Falls

Price: $5- $15

When: Year-round

Address: Tews Falls, Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Standing roughly 40 metres high, you won't be able to take your eyes off of this frozen work of art.

Balls Falls

Price: $8

When: Year-round

Address: Balls Falls, Lincoln, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll be completely mesmerized by this breathtaking wintery view.

Inglis Falls

Price: $3 Parking

When: Year-round

Address: Inglis Falls, Owen Sound, ON

Why You Need To Go: The views here look like they came straight out of a Hallmark Christmas movie. It's almost too good to be true.

Tiffany Falls

Price: $5 Parking

When: Year-round

Address: Tiffany Falls, Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Just a short walk from the parking lot, this giant cascade is truly breathtaking, especially when ice begins to form around it.

Stubbs Falls

Price: From $9.96

When: Year-round

Address: Arrowhead Provincial Park, Huntsville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Stubbs falls may be small, but it's mighty. And when the winter magic hits, this stubby fall is transformed into a picturesque winter scene.

Bridal Veil Falls

Price: Free

When: Year-round

Address: Bridal Veil Falls, Manitoulin Island, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can follow a staircase to the base of this stunning frozen fall and soak in all of the icy beauty it has to offer.

Kakabeka Falls

Price: From $10.84

When: Year-round

Address: Kalabeka Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can stand on the viewing platform and soak in an enchanting view of Ontario's second-largest waterfall.

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