6 Ontario Suspension Bridges That Will Take You Over The Most Stunning Fall Colours

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6 Ontario Suspension Bridges That Will Take You Over The Most Stunning Fall Colours

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.

Here are all the locations you'll want to see at least once in your life:

Eagle Canyon Adventures

Price: $22 per person

Address: 275 Valley Rd., Dorion, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can cross a canyon on the two bridges that are 300 and 600 feet long.

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Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: Trent Drive, Campbellford, ON

Why You Need To Go: The 3.5-kilometre long River Gorge Trail in Ferris Provincial Park will lead you to gorgeous views of the Trent River and surrounding trees.

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Scenic Caves Nature Adventures

Price: $28.50 per person

Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., The Blue Mountains, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is southern Ontario's longest suspension bridge and will give you an incredible view over a forest and Georgian Bay.

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White River Suspension Bridge

Price: $5.90 per person

Address: Thunder Bay, Unorganized, ON

Why You Need To Go: In Pukaskwa National Park you can go on a day hike to a bridge that crosses above the Chigamiwinigum Falls.

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Milne Dam Conservation Park

Price: Free on weekdays (weekends $4.50 per person)

Address: 8251 McCowan Rd., Markham, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is a peaceful spot to go for a jog along the flat walking path.

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William E. Small Bridge

Price: $10.84 per person

Address: Killarney, ON

Why You Need To Go: Close to the French River Provincial Park visitor centre, you can find a trail to an under-the-radar suspension bridge.

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