Cooler temperatures are on the way, and you can almost hear those sleigh bells ringing.

If you're way too excited about winter, then you can head to Ontario's first snowfall spots this week to catch an early glimpse of the upcoming season.

While southern Ontario isn't quite ready for autumn to end yet, several places in northern Ontario are expected to receive some snow over the next few days.

Thunder Bay already received its first dumping of snow on Saturday, when locals awoke to a sparkling white wonderland.

It's time to dig out your winter gear and take a trip up north to catch the first snow this week. 

Quetico Provincial Park

Price: Fees vary

When: October 22 & 25, 2020

Address: ON-11, Atikokan, ON

Why You Need To Go: This iconic wilderness park is the perfect spot to experience a snowfall. The area is expected to get one to three centimetres of snow on Thursday and Sunday.


Thunder Bay

Price: Free

When: October 25, 2020

Address: Thunder Bay, ON

Why You Need To Go: This Northern city is expecting one to three centimetres of snow on Sunday, October 25.

 


Timmins

Price: Free

When: October 21, 2020

Address: Timmins, ON

Why You Need To Go: Get in the winter spirit by visiting this city on Wednesday, where you're expected to see one to three centimetres of snow.


Slate River Valley

Price: Free

When: October 21 & 25, 2020

Address: Slate River Valley, ON

Why You Need To Go: This historic small community is especially beautiful under a blanket of snow. The area is expected to get less than one centimetre of snow on Wednesday and one to three centimetres on Sunday.


Mills Block Forest

Price: $2 parking fee

When: October 25, 2020

Address: 1M2, 605 Community Hall Rd., Thunder Bay, ON

Why You Need To Go: This four-kilometre hiking trail will take you through a winter wonderland during snowfall. The area is expecting one to three centimetres of snow on Sunday, October 25.


Kakebeka Falls

Price: Fees vary

When: October 21, 23, & 25

Address: Kakabeka Falls, Oliver Paipoonge, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy the snow at this massive waterfall, which is expecting to get around one to three centimetres of snow from Wednesday to Sunday.



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 trip.


 

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