You Can See Breathtaking Fall Colours At Southern Ontario's Longest Suspension Bridge
You'll be standing above the treetops!
Bust out the binoculars! You can admire the autumn leaves while standing suspended in mid-air above an old-growth forest this fall.
Located at Blue Mountain in Collingwood, this spot is only a two-hour drive away from Toronto.
The landscape will not disappoint. While you're there, you can go hiking among the magnificent rock formations in the park, after soaking in the view of
The bridge itself is the longest in southern Ontario, spanning 420 feet.
While you're standing on the , you'll be draped above an old-growth forest, which is one that's reached a significant age without being disturbed much by industry.
You can of it while standing 82 feet above the ground and taking in the 360-degree view.
The way that the structure is built will make you feel like you are floating above the treetops at this scenic getaway in Blue Mountain.
The bridge is flexible and does flow with the wind, so get ready to be rocked on gusty days.
To access it, you can follow a walking trail, which will take you around 45 minutes there and back on foot. During peak hours, they have wagon and tractor rides that can bring you to the site.
You'll be able to admire Georgian Bay and beyond at this spectacular lookout spot.
Make sure to bring your hiking or running shoes, because they're required for entry, and it's quite a walk.
This gem provides a vivid way to appreciate the fall colours like you may not have tried before.
Try to get there early for ticket admissions, as they operate on a first-come, first-serve basis, and are open at 9 a.m.
Tickets can only be purchased on-site, and the last admission is allowed two hours before entry, so plan accordingly.
Scenic Caves Suspension Bridge
Price: $26.50 admission to the park
When: Monday to Friday from 9 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., Blue Mountains, ON
Why You Need To Go: Float above the treetops on this massive suspension bridge in Ontario and admire the fall colours.
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