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9 Fall Hikes In Ontario With Epic Lookouts Over The Fall Colours

No matter what people say, you are never too old to play in the leaves. So, here are nine fall hikes in Ontario that will take you to spectacular lookouts over all the fall colours.

No autumn is complete without taking in the natural beauty of seeing foliage change to brilliant ruby and gold. Below you'll find walking paths for every level of hiker, so have fun planning your next adventure.

The Crack

Price: $10.84 per vehicle

Address: 960 ON-637, Killarney, ON

Why You Need To Go: If you are an avid hiker, this challenging 6-kilometre trek will take you to the top of Killarney Ridge.

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Rock Dunder Summit Trail

Price: $5 per person

Address: Rideau Lakes, ON

Why You Need To Go: The Summit Loop is 3.9-kilometres long and will take you through a forest bursting with colourful leaves and to a stunning lookout of the Rideau Waterway.

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Lions Lookout

Price: Free

Address: Lookout Rd., Huntsville, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is a short 1.3-kilometre path along the Muskoka River and up a slope to a fantastic vista.

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Centennial Ridges Trail

Price: $10.84+ per vehicle

Address: Centennial Ridges Rd., Unorganized South Nipissing District, ON

Why You Need To Go: This strenuous hike will take you up to four hours to complete, but it is worth every step for the panoramic views atop the two tall ridges.

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Dundas Peak

Price: $10.50 per vehicle, $5 per person

Address: Harvest Rd., Dundas, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can see Tew Falls and then walk to Dundas Peak for one fantastic afternoon activity.

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Huckleberry Rock Lookout Trail

Price: Free

Address: 1057 Milford Bay Rd., Bracebridge, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can explore a 2.5-kilometre loop trail for a scenic view over bright blue water and a sprawling forest. The path is also dog-friendly, so you can bring your leashed pup to join you.

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Eagles Nest Lookout

Price: Free

Address: Greater Madawaska, ON

Why You Need To Go: You are sure to love this easy 1.5-kilometre hike that will take you to a jawdropping 120-metre tall cliff lookout.

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Fleetwood Creek Natural Area Lookout Trail

Price: Free

Address: 902 Ballyduff Rd., Pontypool, ON

Why You Need To Go: It is a peaceful 2.2-kilometre walkway through the Fleetwood Creek Natural Area with gorgeous views along the way.

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Rattlesnake Point

Price: $9.50 per person

Address: 7200 Appleby Line, Milton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Within the park, you can visit multiple lookout points where you can photograph all the fall colours.

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