Get ready to hike. Scenic caves in Ontario has ancient rock labyrinths which you can climb through this fall. The gorgeous rock formations will take you back in time. Lace-up your hiking boots because you can find a natural wonder when you drive over to The Blue Mountains in Ontario.\nThe historic site is actually one of the 18 UNESCO world heritage sites in Canada.\nEditor's Choice: This Over-The-Top Ontario Mansion For Sale Comes With Its Own Massive Pond\nThis magical nature adventure site is just a quick road trip away from Toronto. You can weave through changing rock formations on a self-guided trail among giant moss-covered boulders. The crevices were carved out by glacial ice present in the region millions of years ago, and there are 17 different geological formations to see while you're there.Caverns also exist 70 feet below surface-level, and you can descend into the depths on a steel railed boardwalk which winds in between the rocks. Explore both above and below ground at this location with limestone cliffs and panoramic views of Georgian Bay.\nView this post on Instagram [AD] The most beautiful views in the @sceniccavesnature on the @applepietrail @ontariotravel. It's a self-guided tour in one of Canada's UNESCO biospheres. I have never seen such breathtaking views of the fall foliage and it is also home to the longest suspension bridge in Southern Ontario. But in addition to all that they have a beautiful pond that's perfect for picnics, ziplining, train rides, mini golf, and tractor rides. Basically the perfect way to work off all those apple treats 🍎🥧😋 #DiscoverON A post shared by Isabelle Cheng ♡ Travel ♡ Food (@allons.y) on Oct 18, 2019 at 8:08am PDT\nThe land was once home to the Petun First Nations people.\nThe size of the boulders will make you feel tiny, and the scene changes along the hike. At times, you will have to squeeze your way through tight spaces in between huge stones.\nView this post on Instagram || Take me to Neverland.👣 A post shared by Aa ♥ (@s2ama) on Aug 28, 2016 at 5:52pm PDT\nHiking shoes are a must when you arrive, and you won't be allowed on the grounds without proper footwear.\nThere are 11 different paths you can follow, including 2 short cuts, one of which is narrow. The longest one is the Ridge Top Lookout Trail, which spans 3.5 kilometres one-way.\nView this post on Instagram Journey to the center of the Earth 🌎 #gopro #sceniccaves #capturedifferent #sailsnapandwin A post shared by Craig Valadares (@craig.valadares) on Sep 13, 2017 at 11:40am PDT\nAfter hiking through the caves, you can walk along southern Ontario's largest suspension bridge and take in the fall colours. The bridge is located on the same sight as the caves, so make a day out of it!\nScenic Caves Nature Aventures\nPrice: $26.50\nWhen: Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday & Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.\nAddress: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., The Blue Mountains, ON\nWhy You Need To Go: Explore the ancient caverns as you weave through a labyrinth of rocks at this national historic site.\nWebsite\n\n\nBefore 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.