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If mountaintop views, dazzling lights, and an open-air gondola ride sounds like your idea of an adventure, then you'll want to check out this illuminated night walk that's opening in Ontario this weekend.

AGORA: Path Of Light is returning to Blue Mountain from August 20 to October 31, and it will feature even more luminous magic this season.

The glowing pathway is located on the mountaintop and leads you along a circular trail with interactive light installations representing the five elements; earth, water, fire, space, and air.

To add to the excitement, the journey begins with an open-air gondola ride to the top of the mountain.

This year, the attraction has a new feature called Armonia that's opening September 3. You'll be able to follow an illuminated boardwalk along the forest floor that lights up as you step on it.

Tickets for the experience are available on the website and include access to the gondola.

AGORA: Path Of Light

Price: $29 + per adult

When: Weekends from August 20- August 29, 2021, daily from September 3 - October 31, 2021

Address: 150 Jozo Weider Blvd., Unit AS8, The Blue Mountains, ON

Why You Need To Go: Wander through a forest of light at this glowing mountaintop trail in Ontario.

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