This year, one Canadian town is transforming its park into an incredible forest of lights that is worth seeing with your own eyes.

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Foresta Lumina is a magical event that takes place in the small town of Coaticook in Quebec (which is approximately two hours away from Montreal by car). The experience involves the Gorge of Coaticook - a 7-zone trail - being transformed into an enchanted forest with incredible light displays and installations throughout the park.

The 2-km trail takes anywhere between 40 minutes to 2 hours to complete, with stops at each zone lasting approximately 5 minutes long. Visitors embarking on the illuminated adventure will follow the stories of various magical figures:

One of the highlights of the forest is an illuminated suspension bridge that visitors will encounter along the trail. It is one of the longest suspension bridges in North America, and with the addition of the lights, it makes for a truly amazing experience.

While Forest Lumina is currently closed, it will reopen again this year. Booking will be available this May 2017, so make sure you get your tickets now before they sell out!

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