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Niagara Falls is great, but it's not the only waterfall worth visiting in Ontario.

Kakabeka Falls is a glorious cascade of water that spills into a massive gorge carved out of Ontario's 1.6-million-year-old Precambrian Shield. It is the second-tallest waterfall in the province, with a vertical drop of 130 feet into the Kaministiquia River.

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If you're looking for a beautiful fall hike, then this Ontario park is worth adding to your bucket list. Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park has a majestic waterfalls and scenic trails, and it makes for a gorgeous autumn adventure.

The park is located along the Kaministiquia River just outside of Thunder Bay and is home to the second largest waterfall in Ontario. Kakabeka Falls stands at 40 metres high and is known as the "Niagara of the North."

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Ontario is home to tons of stunning cascades and many look even more magical surrounded by bright fall foliage.

The colourful leaves will be popping up around Ontario soon so it's time to start planning some fall road trip adventures. There are city falls and hidden hike cascades that will be surrounded by these scenes come autumn.

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For a view that looks straight out of an enchanted forest, you'll want to visit Kakabeka Falls.

It is the second-highest waterfall in Ontario, and it is exceptionally breathtaking in the fall when golden leaves surround the tumbling cascade.

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The leaves have already begun to turn red, orange and yellow! So to help you plan your fall hike, here are nine provincial parks in Ontario where you can already see colourful leaves.

There is no need to guess if the leaves at top sights like Algonquin Provincial Park are still green. Ontario Parks has a handy fall foliage map, where they provide reports on the percentage of the leaves that have already changed colours.

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