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This Sky-High Winter Hike Takes You To Southern Ontario’s Longest Suspension Bridge

You won't believe how far you can see. 😍
Scenic Caves Nature Adventures Has A Sky-High Suspension Bridge Lookout This Winter

This spot in the Blue Mountains isn't your regular hike in the woods. Scenic Caves Nature Adventures will have you feeling like you are walking in the sky.

Here you can explore a massive 12-kilometre network of hiking and snowshoeing trails.

But the main attraction is Southern Ontario's longest suspension bridge, which is 420-feet long.

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In the winter, you can cross it with snowshoes to enjoy a 360-degree lookout.

The views of the snow-covered forest will have you falling in love with winter all over again.

If you aren't afraid of heights, you'll need to try this unique experience for yourself.

A trail pass is $17.50 Monday to Friday or $21.50 on weekends.

An entire afternoon of fun awaits, so it is time to make plans to go.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures

Price: $17.50+

Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., The Blue Mountains, ON

Why You Need To Go: If the weather is nice, you can see as far as Georgian Bay.

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.

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