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Waterfalls are gorgeous to visit during any time of year, but these cascades around Toronto are especially beautiful during the fall. If you're looking for a dreamy autumn adventure, lace up those shoes and get ready to chase some waterfalls.

From tumbling ribbon falls to powerful cascades, these waterfalls are surrounded by vibrant foliage and colourful leaves.

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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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If you're looking to get lost in fall colours, then this waterfall hike in Ontario is worth a road trip. High Falls, located in Bracebridge, is home to not one but five spectacular cascades.

The scenic area is about two hours from Toronto, so you could make a day or weekend trip out of it. It's situated along the Trans Canada Trail System and boasts a stunning natural landscape.

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Endless waterfalls, towering rock walls, and whimsical bridges may sound like something out of The Lord of the Rings but you can find all this and more just outside of Ontario.

Watkins Glen State Park is a magical place in New York, about a three-hour drive from the Ontario border. The area features a layered sandstone gorge with huge walls known as the "Glen Cathedral".

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