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9 Stunning Ontario Waterfalls That Are Even More Magical In The Fall

The views are even better this season! 🍂
Ontario Autumn Waterfalls Surrounded By Colourful Trees That You Need To See This Fall

Just because the temperature is dropping, it doesn't mean you have to stop chasing waterfalls. There are so many cascades around the province that are even more gorgeous during this time of year. Ontario's autumn waterfalls are brimming with beauty and magical views.

Is there anything better than a waterfall hike or walks through colourful foliage? Put them both together and you have perfection. 

You can explore some incredible cascades around the province that are even more beautiful during the harvest season.

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Surrounded by red and orange landscapes, these waterfalls are worth lacing up your hiking boots for.

Weaver's Creek is a short and sweet walk down a scenic boardwalk trail. 

Belfountain Conservation Area is home to a suspension bridge that leads right over the top of a cascade. 

Not all stunning hikes have waterfalls, and these adventures are worth checking out as well.

From vast lookout points to vibrant forest trails, you can get your fall fill by exploring these places. 

Fuel up with a pumpkin spice latte and then head to one of these colourful waterfalls for the perfect fall day.

Weaver's Creek

Price: Free

Address: 137 2nd Ave. E., Owen Sound, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a 300-metre boardwalk trail through colourful fall foliage to visit this stunning cascade. Note that the waterfall itself is on private property, but can be viewed from the park property.

Brooks Falls

Price: Free

Address: 699 Deer Lake Rd., Emsdale, ON

Why You Need To Go: Located in Brooks Falls Park, this small cascade is surrounded by tons of red and orange trees.

Smokey Hollow Falls

Price: Free

Address: 80 Mill St. S., Waterdown, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take a scenic woodland trail to a 10-metre ribbon waterfall boasting tons of autumn views.

Duchesnay Falls

Price: Free

Address: Hwy. 17, North Bay, ON

Why You Need To Go: Embark on a 3-kilometre loop that takes you right beside a stunning autumn waterfall.

Albion Falls

Price: Free

Address: 885 Mountain Brow Blvd., Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Rippling over the Niagara Escarpment, this waterfall gem gains some extra beauty in the fall. Enjoy the scenery from two viewing platforms.

Ragged Falls

Price: Prices vary

Address: Arrowhead Provincial Park RR# 3, Huntsville, ON

Why You Need To Go: Located in Oxtongue River-Ragged Falls Provincial Park, sights of this fast-moving water are easily accessible from a short trail and lookout area.

Canterbury Falls

Price: $10 per vehicle

Address: 3J3, Bruce Trail, Ancaster, ON

Why You Need To Go: Topped with a dreamy lookout bridge, this steep waterfall trickles through a majestic orange and red forest.

Belfountain Conservation Area

Price: $17.70 + per vehicle

Address: 10 Credit Park St., Belfountain, ON

Why You Need To Go: Wander across a suspension bridge over a gorgeous waterfall for some amazing autumn memories. A reservation is required in advance.

Hilton Falls

Price: $6.50 per adult

Address: 4985 Campbellville Rd., Burlington, ON

Why You Need To Go: Explore trails draped in fall foliage and enjoy the enchanting Hilton Falls. Reservations are required in advance.

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