Ontario's Sparkling New Trail Leads To A Christmas Village & Glowing Winter Waterfall

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Ontario's Sparkling New Trail Leads To A Christmas Village & Glowing Winter Waterfall

This season, you can wander through an enchanting Christmas paradise that's straight out of a storybook.

Ontario's Ball's Falls Holiday Trail - An Illuminated Experience is a new event by The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority and the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Foundation.

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Open daily until December 20, the enchanting experience will take you along a glimmering path of lights to a glowing waterfall.

Along the way, you'll cross an illuminated bridge and enter the Heritage Village of Glen Elgin, with buildings adorned in dazzling decor. 

The charming Chapel, Big Barn, and Victorian Home will be lit for the first time ever, and you'll feel as though you've stepped into Christmas past.

The lower falls are illuminated to showcase Ball's Falls stunning vista, and you can marvel at the breathtaking view. 

The festive trail takes around 30 to 40 minutes to complete, and tickets must be booked online in advance.

Explore a dazzling new holiday trail that leads to a glowing waterfall this month.

Ball's Falls Holiday Trail

Price: $8 per adult

When: Until December 20, 2020

Address: 3292 Sixth Ave., Lincoln, ON

Why You Need To Go: Step into a world of Christmas magic at this new illuminated trail.

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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