ranney gorge suspension bridge

There's quite possibly no better time for a hike than during fall in Canada, when the leaves change from green to brilliant shades of orange, red and yellow.

For the perfect way to take in the changing foliage this fall, you can hike a suspension bridge trail that will allow you to observe incredible panoramic views of the scenery.

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When you're craving an adventure with stunning nature views, but don't want to hike all day, you might want to check out this Ontario trail. This easy hike will take you past a stunning forest and a waterfall lookout to a giant suspension bridge that crosses a blue water gorge.

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge is in Ferris Provincial Park right in the small Ontario town of Campbellford. There are tons of trails to choose from, but the 3.5-kilometre River Gorge Trail loop will lead you right to this picturesque suspension bridge.

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Some of the best spots to see the fall colours aren't your average hike in the woods. Instead, you can enjoy a bird's eye view from one of these six Ontario suspension bridges.

Each location offers a panoramic view of the foliage, but some will even take you across next-level sights like canyons or rushing rivers.

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Ontario is blessed with countless beautiful parks that showcase the wondrous beauty of Canada. In the Northumberland region, there's one park with a glorious suspension bridge that crosses over a breathtaking gorge.

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