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You don't need to wait until spring to chase waterfalls in Ontario because you can reach these six cascades when the temperature is freezing.

This winter waterfall tour in Grey County will take you on a snowshoeing adventure full of glistening sights.

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Put on your hat and mittens, because you'll want to take a stroll down this enchanting holiday trail near Toronto. Filled with beautiful winter views and twinkling lights, this adventure will warm your heart no matter what temperature it is outside.

The Ball's Falls Holiday Trail is returning to the Ball's Falls Conservation Area for its third year from December 2, 2022 to Jan 8, 2023. Located in Lincoln, the evening walk experience will be "bigger and brighter than ever before," with more lights than the past two years to enjoy.

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You can wander through an autumn wonderland at this gorgeous hiking spot near Toronto. Boasting a tumbling waterfall and breathtaking lookout, this place is worth a road trip this season.

Spencer Gorge Conservation Area, located in Dundas, has endless nature to explore. One gorgeous hike to take in the fall is the Dundas Peak and Tew Falls Loop.

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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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This Ontario hike comes with some incredible views, and you can wander right over a rushing waterfall. Pukaskwa National Park, located on Lake Superior, has tons of rugged landscape to explore, and it makes for a beautiful fall road trip.

The park is open until October 15, so you'll be able to catch some vibrant fall colours. One incredible adventure to take in the park is the White River Suspension Bridge Trail, which leads to a towering suspension bridge over a waterfall.

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