ontario lookouts

Hidden in a private forest reserve in Ontario are more than 70 kilometres of hiking trails that wind through a 10,000-acre wilderness.

Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve in Huntsville is a picturesque place to hike or spend the night in a cabin. It features dense forests full of fall colours, boardwalk sections that pass cliffs, and lookout points over sparkling lakes.

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If you're looking for a gorgeous fall spectacle you can take a trip to this fire tower in Ontario that boasts a panoramic view.

The Fire Tower Lookout in Elliot Lake is an easy-to-reach tower with the option to hike on surrounding trails. When the fall colours are at their peak you can gaze out at a scene of red and gold popping against the blue water.

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You can admire the fall colours from above at this stunning lookout spot in Ontario.

Sager Conservation Area is two hours from Toronto and has a scenic lookout tower that won't take you long to reach.

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While it may be sad that summer is coming to an end there are epic fall adventures in Ontario to take advantage of. There is a short hike in Sudbury that will take you to stunning panoramic views of ancient mountain ranges.

Willisville Mountain is a hidden gem in Ontario with a trail that leads up the quartzite mountain which was once as high as the Canadian Rockies.

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This scenic hike in Ontario takes you to towering views of a graveyard — well, sort of. The Lookout Trail in Pancake Bay Provincial Park leads through the rugged Canadian wilderness to a lookout over what is known as the "Graveyard of the Great Lakes."

The 14-kilometre path features two lookout platforms and tons of beautiful landscape. You'll wander through a leafy forest filled with Sugar Maples and Yellow Birch. Just past the main lookout, you'll discover Pancake River Falls — a beautiful hidden gem.

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