It drops over some of the oldest fossils in the world!
Niagara Falls may be a renowned landmark in Southern Ontario, but the North has its own version of the iconic cascade.
Its enormous size inspired the nickname, the 'Niagara of the North,' and you can watch the powerful cascade tumbling over huge rock cliffs from lookout platforms.
The rock at the base of the falls is home to some of the oldest fossils in the world, dating back millions of years.
There are several nature trails in the park, and it's a beautiful place to plan a future hike at.
Price: Prices vary
Address: 4853 Hwy. 11/17, Kakabeka Falls, ON
Why You Need To Go: Visit a massive waterfall that tumbles over fossils at this spot.
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 adventure.
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