7 Jaw-Dropping Bridges In Ontario That Will Take Your Next Hiking Adventure To New Heights

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7 Ontario Scenic Bridges Where You Can Walk In The Sky

Sometimes, all you need is a change in scenery to brighten your mood. The next time you crave adventure, you should try visiting one of these Ontario scenic bridges that feel like walking in the clouds.

The next-level lookouts will make you want to grab your favourite sneakers and see them for yourself.

They are way better than another boring walk in the woods. From the raised path, you'll get a birds-eye view over roaring water or a deep canyon.

Here are all the spots you'll want to see at least once in your life:

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Eagle Canyon Adventures

Price: $20.00 per person

Address: 275 Valley Rd., Dorion, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you aren't afraid of heights, you can cross a suspension bridge that is 152 feet above the canyon.

White River Suspension Bridge

Price: $5.90 per person

Address: ON-627, Heron Bay, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a one-of-a-kind lookout above a waterfall.

Scenic Caves

Price: $26.50 per person

Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., The Blue Mountains, ON

Why You Need To Go: The 420-feet long bridge provides a stunning lookout of the Georgian Bay.

Doube's Trestle Bridge

Price: Free

Address: Trans-Canada Trail, Kawartha Lakes, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is a hidden gem in Ontario, where you can enjoy a lookout over the surrounding valley, forest and streams.

Menesetung Bridge

Price: Free

Address: Goderich, ON

Why You Need To Go: In addition to the gorgeous view upon the bridge, you might spot fluttering monarchs along the trail.

Ranney Gorge

Price: $10.84 per vehicle (Ferris Provincial Park access point)

Address: Trent Drive, Campbellford, ON

Why You Need To Go: The 300-foot long bridge will take you over glistening blue water.

Fort Creek Nature Walk

Price: Free

Address: Fort Creek Conservation Area, Sault Ste. Marie, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll get to explore the conservation area where you might see beavers and singing birds.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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