You Can Wander Across Canada's Longest Suspension Bridge Near This Ontario Canyon

Journey across this 600 foot bridge!
Ontario's Ouimet Canyon Hike Has Stunning Boardwalk Views
Associate Editor

If you're an adventure seeker and love exploring the outdoors, then Ontario is a great place to be. The province boasts tons of scenic trails and stunning wilderness. Next time you're planning an outdoor experience, you need to visit this gorgeous provincial park. With towering cliffs and sparkling waters, Ontario's Ouimet Canyon hike is the perfect place to take in the views.

Ouimet Canyon Provincial Park is located in Dorion, a region of Thunder Bay District.

The massive gorge is approximately 2,000 metres long and 100 metres deep.

The park boasts beautiful trails and hikes that take you along the majestic canyon. 

As you journey through the park, you can glimpse some rare alpine flowers and arctic plants that usually only grow in more northern climates.

It's also a great spot to watch for birds as you enjoy the panoramic views at the lookout platforms.

Further along the canyon, you'll find Eagle Canyon. This privately owned spot has tons of activities, including Canada's longest suspension bridge.

You can wander across two suspension bridges in this area, the largest one spanning 600 feet. Daredevils can journey 152 feet through the air above a stunning lake. 

You can also take a ride on Canada's longest, highest, and fastest zipline.

Fly across the gorge on this half a mile long ride, with speeds reaching up to 45 miles per hour.

The zipline cost is not included in admission and is $60 per ride.

Eagle Canyon also features more hiking trails, as well as picnic areas for you to take a break and enjoy the views.

General admission to the canyon is $20, and $10 per child.

Take a trip to the stunning Ouimet Canyon gorge this year, and maybe even take a journey across the longest suspension bridge in the country if you're feeling brave.

Ouimet Canyon

Price: Fees vary

Address: Greenwich Lake Rd, Pass Lake, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore this stunning canyon with tons of boardwalks and trails that lead to panoramic views.

Madeline Forsyth
Associate Editor
Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Travel Editor for Narcity Media focused on Canadian and global travel and is based in Toronto, Ontario.