winter in ontario

If an epic winter adventure is on your bucket list then you can go hiking on snow-covered trails that lead past icy caverns in Ontario this season.

Bruce Peninsula National Park is known as a popular summer destination but some of the trails, including the one that leads to the Grotto, are open during the winter.

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If you're looking for a cool way to spend an evening this winter in Ontario you can sip vodka flights at an ice bar, enjoy dinner in a cozy ice cave, or both at this resort.

JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort has a Crystal Head Icebar that is open year-round and the seasonal Muskoka Ice Caves where you can dine in a twinkly snow globe near the water. Both experiences can be booked now and you can reserve them together for an icy night.

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You can take a winter walk that you'll never forget on southern Ontario's longest suspension bridge over a forest of snow-covered trees.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures will take you to new heights in Blue Mountain as you follow a 1-kilometre snowshoe trail from a forest onto a towering bridge.

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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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Magical winter adventures await! There are a number of stunning waterfalls around Ottawa that turn into frozen wonders and they make for a beautiful day trip.

You'll feel like you're walking through a scene in Frozen when visiting these icy waterfalls around Ottawa and all that's missing is Olaf. When the weather stays below freezing and the snow continues to fall, layer up for a beautiful winter day trip at these waterfalls around the city.

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