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8 Winter Drives In Ontario That Will Bring You Stunning Snowy Views From Your Car

It's like driving through a snow globe ❄️

Winter driving has its struggles, but it also brings with it some incredible views.

These breathtaking Ontario winter drives will take you through shimmering snowy wonderlands.

You'll feel as though you're cruising through a snow globe as you travel along winding roads and frosty hills.

If you live in the area, these are great spots to explore from your car

You can also save these trips for a later snowy day when travel isn't restricted.

Scrape off your car and explore some of these Narnia-esque spots.

Editor's Choice: 6 Hidden Wonders That You Need To Visit In Ontario This Winter

Haliburton Highlands

Address: Haliburton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Haliburton Highlands is known for its rolling hills, sparkling waters, and lush forests. You can explore several scenic drives in the area that will take you through a snow-covered paradise.


Address: Muskoka, ON

Why You Need To Go: This spot boasts vast landscapes and tree-lined roads. The Lake Of Bays area is especially gorgeous, and the ideal spot for a winter drive.


Address: Mono, ON

Why You Need To Go: Boasting winding roads and endless hills, Mono and the surrounding area is a peaceful place for a frosty drive. Hockley Valley is especially beautiful to cruise through this time of year.


Address: Kimberley, ON

Why You Need To Go: Home to stunning valleys and lookouts, you'll feel as though you're driving through Narnia while travelling these roads.

Forks Of The Credit

Address: Caledon, ON

Why You Need To Go: Located in the Caledon area, the Forks Of The Credit scenic route is known for its twisting road and views. In the winter, you can look out over a frozen wonderland.


Address: Wawa, ON

Why You Need To Go: This shoreline drive is filled with icy water views, magnificent hills and snowcapped trees. The stretch between Sault Ste. Marie and Wawa features some of the most incredible winter landscapes.

Lake Superior

Address: Lake Superior, ON

Why You Need To Go: The shores of Lake Superior are filled with breathtaking scenery, and the Circle Tour is a great way to see it all. While some of this tour takes place in the USA, you can still explore the Ontario section for some astounding snowy landscapes.

West Montrose Covered Bridge

Address: 1 Covered Bridge Dr., West Montrose, ON

Why You Need To Go: While this is a short drive, it's a nice winter detour to take when in the area. The historic covered bridge is the oldest in Ontario, and it's even more magical in the snow.

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 adventure.

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