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8 Jaw-Dropping Lookout Hikes In Ontario You Need To Try At Least Once

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8 Ontario Hikes With Jaw-Dropping Lookouts You Need To Try

Reach new heights! Here are all the best jaw-dropping Ontario hikes to spectacular lookout points you need to visit at least once in your life.

Forget sweating in a gym and staring at a blank wall; there's a better option. You can work up a sweat and see lakes and ancient trees. 

The climb to the peak isn't just about bragging rights or the selfie at the top, but the spellbinding vista.

Here are all the trails you'll want to add to your bucket list

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Lion's Head Lookout

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: Lion's Head, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy an incredible view of the bright turquoise water on top of a 200-foot tall cliff.

Rock Dunder

Price: $5 per person

When: May 15 to November 15

Address: 72 Stanley Lash Ln., Lyndhurst, ON

Why You Need To Go: The well-maintained loop trail will take you past woodlands to a lookout over the surrounding lakes.

Huckleberry Rock Lookout

Price: Free

Address: 1057 Milford Bay Rd., Bracebridge, ON

Why You Need To Go: The 2.5-kilometre trail takes you next to ancient rocks and a lookout over the azure water of Milford Bay.

The Crack

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: 960 ON-637, Killarney, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is a moderately difficult 6-kilometre hike, but it's worth it. From the peak, you can enjoy an extraordinary view of the Georgian Bay coastline.

Foley Mountain

Price: $7 per person

Address: 105 Foley Mountain Ln., Westport, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a one-of-a-kind view where the water is divided in two by a long and narrow road.

Eagles Nest Lookout

Price: Free

Address: Greater Madawaska, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a 360-degree view of the surrounding forest from the rocky peak.

Rattlesnake Point

Price: $6.50 per person

Address: 7200 Appleby Line, Milton, ON

Why You Need To Go: It's a serene walk that will take you next to trees that are over 800 years old.

Cup and Saucer Trail

Price: Free

Address: 4097 ON-540, Sheguiandah, ON

Why You Need To Go: According to its website, the trail is one of the most popular in Ontario. It takes between two to four hours to complete.

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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