It’s no secret that some of the best and most breathtaking waterfalls can be found in Southern Ontario. While these incredible cascades can make the perfect summer day trip, they transform into a true wintry wonderland when the temperature starts to drop. So, if you’re looking for an adventurous winter date idea, you simply must check out these frozen waterfalls near Toronto.\nYou'll seriously feel like you’ve stepped into a scene from Disney’s Frozen when you begin your very own tour of Toronto's best snowy falls. \nOf course, visiting all the ones on this list will involve some serious winter hiking, so be sure to bundle up and trek safely.\nYou may even want to bring a thermos of hot cocoa along for the adventure as well.\nYou'll waterfall in love with each of these locations, all of which can be found barely over an hour from Toronto in the Hamilton area. Your very own tour of this list is truly a magical winter date idea.\nSo don’t wait too long to get out and start exploring.\nWhether you visit one or all of the locations on this list, you and your S/O or BFF are in for a real winter treat.\nBe sure to grab your warmest winter clothes, a pair of hiking boots, and get ready to feel like Elsa this holiday season.\nThe cold never bothered you anyway.\n\nSherman Falls\nPrice: Free\nDistance from Toronto: 1 hour\nWhy You Need To Go: This winter wonderland of a waterfall makes the perfect backdrop for your oh-snow-cute couple photos.\n View this post on Instagram Stood lower to look up to my man 🦖 A post shared by Julia Craig (@jcraigslist) on Feb 19, 2019 at 6:49pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\nTiffany Falls\nPrice: Free\nDistance from Toronto: 1 hour 3 minutes\nWhy You Need To Go: These stunning frozen bursts of water are truly enchanting to look up at. \n View this post on Instagram Just out here in the wild embracing winter and living life to the fullest I can🙋🏼♥️❄️ Everything is aligning and giving me life lately, happiness and your life experience really is a choice. Your mindset is everything✨ Trudge through the deep snow, cross icy logs, work your way through the hard stuff, it makes you stronger and more confident, and I promise beautiful things are right there around the corner ✨❄️♥️ #gratitude #positivemindpositivelife A post shared by Jaclyn (@jaclynwanders) on Feb 18, 2019 at 9:49pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\nTews Falls\nPrice: Free\nDistance from Toronto: 1 hour 4 minutes\nWhy You Need To Go: Tall and slim, this icy drop will definitely put butterflies in your stomach. Just look at that.\n View this post on Instagram ❄️ A post shared by kell (@kellylornaclark) on Jan 11, 2019 at 1:22pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\nAlbion Falls\nPrice: Free\nDistance from Toronto: 1 hour 3 minutes\nWhy You Need To Go: No matter the season, this magical waterfall is sure to take your breath away.\n View this post on Instagram Albion falls: if you live near Hamilton or are visiting the area I so strongly recommend these falls! Nestled at the bottom of the Red Hill Valley these falls are absolutely stunning. They are a must see in both season. The winter leaves them frozen and the surrounding rock faces magical looking while keeping most of the “tourists” away. While the warmer seasons show off the details of the cascade water face. Just try to avoid going during peak times. 💙 • • Update: apparently the falls have no been fenced off from the bottom. You can still hike around the area and appreciate it, but it’ll will have to be from the upper viewing area. 👀 • • #chasingwaterfalls #travelholic #albionfalls #discoverontario A post shared by andy (@andyy.vibes) on Feb 1, 2019 at 9:33am PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\nFelker’s Falls\nPrice: Free\nDistance from Toronto: 1 hour 5 minutes\nWhy You Need To Go: Felker's Falls is a little smaller than the others, but that just means it's more likely to completely freeze over.\n View this post on Instagram Felker's Falls at sunset, the day after a snowstorm. January 20th, 2019. Stoney Creek, Ontario. #waterfall #ice #snow #frozen #frozenwaterfall #felkersfalls #felkersfallsconservationarea #landscape #winter #winteriscoming #nature #canon60d #brucetrail #stoneycreekontario #hamont #myhamilton #niagaraescarpment A post shared by Matt Kamermans (@matt_kamermans) on Nov 1, 2019 at 7:03am PDT\n\nWebsite\n\n\nWebster Falls\nPrice: Free\nDistance from Toronto: 1 hour 6 minutes\nWhy You Need To Go: You can get an incredible top-down view of the large and powerful waterfall and all of its icy magic.\n View this post on Instagram Not the most original perspective of this waterfall, but the weather wasn't giving me an easy way down. Once it warms up I'll see if I can't find my way to the bottom and try again! For now, enjoy a semi frozen and surprisingly inviting looking Webster's Falls! Photographed with the Canon 6D Mark II and a @mefototripods Globetrotter. #myhamilton #builtforwinter #hamont #hamiltonhaltonbrant #905 #waterfallwednesday #dundas #winterwaterfall #waterfalls #explorecanada #exploreontario #cangeotravel #sharecangeo #discoveron #longexpo_addiction #longexposure #longexposure_shots #longexpoelite #longexpohunter #splendid_xposure #madewithmefoto #canoncanada #narcitycanada #fantasy #opcmag #winteriscoming #winterwonderland #canadianwinter @ontariotravel @tourismeontario @canoncanada @cangeotravel @cangeo @outdoorphotographycanadamag @narcitycanada @canada @tourismhamilton @hamiltontario @heartofontario @vallerret A post shared by Kyle Noonan (@noonankphotography) on Feb 6, 2019 at 2:41pm PST\n\nWebsite\n\n\n31 Dates is your guide to the best December in your city. Each day we’ll debut a new winter experience and you’re invited to join us — just use #31dates and tag us on Instagram @narcitycanada.