Start stretching those legs, because you'll be wanting to chase this waterfall all summer long. Ontario has so many dreamy cascades to visit, including this majestic landmark tucked away in a provincial park. With stunning pink rocks and a towering lookout platform, you can soak up the views for the perfect summer day trip. Let your inner adventurer shine at Ontario's Aubrey Falls this season.
Is it even possible to tire of waterfalls? These rushing cascades never seem to lose their magic no matter how many you've seen.
Since chasing waterfalls is always a good idea, it's time to lace up those shoes and head out to Aubrey Falls Provincial Park.
Tucked between rocky shores and towering trees, you'll find a massive waterfall that will take your breath away.
While it is considered one waterfall, it's actually made up of several different cascades that tumble down the impressive rockface.
You can view over seven different chutes that give this spot a magical, fairy-tale-like vibe. The cascade stands at 53 metres high.
To add to the enchantment, the water rushes over pink and orange granite rocks, and clouds of swirling mist rise from the pool below.
Another unique feature about the falls is that they can be turned off and on.
The flow is controlled by a dam and due to its proximity to a generating station.
The cascades are sometimes turned off at night, and it's closed between October and Victoria Day.
You can enjoy the views from a lookout platform complete with a picnic table.
The short falls hike is just a two kilometre round trip, which gives you lots of time to gaze at this incredible chute.
As it is located in a provincial park, some visiting fees will apply.
It's also worth checking out some of these hidden cascades for more gorgeous summer adventures.
Marvel at this huge, multi-section waterfall next time you're in need of some breath-taking views.
Aubrey Falls Provincial Park
Price: Fees vary
When: Victoria Day - October
Address: Aubrey Falls, Algoma, Unorganized, North Part, ON
Why You Need To Go: This multi-section waterfall cascades over beautiful pink rocks, making it a must-see.
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