Are you tired of going to Niagara Falls on repeat? This boardwalk trail in Ontario will take you to the second-largest waterfall in the province.
Close to Thunder Bay, you'll find the gigantic 40-metre-tall Kakabeka Falls.
Once you arrive at the park, it's just steps from the parking lot.
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You'll follow the 750-metre Boardwalk Trail, which is so short you'll arrive before you finish a cup of coffee.
From the bridge, you'll get to peer down into the deep gorge and might even spot bald eagles.
Then, you'll want to have your camera ready for the captivating wall of roaring water.
The platforms will allow you to view the natural wonder from both sides.
Want to escape the crowds? This spot would be a perfect pit stop on your next road trip.
Address: 4853 Highway 11, Kakabeka Falls, ON
Why You Need To Go: It's a perfect activity for anyone who hates hiking. You can pretend to be outdoorsy for a selfie, then return to your car a few minutes later.
Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.