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This Ontario Trail Will Lead You Over A Trestle Bridge With The Most Stunning Fall Views

Take your next hike to new heights. This incredible Ontario trail will lead you over a trestle bridge where you can enjoy stunning fall views.

One hour and 25 minutes from Toronto, Doube's Trestle Bridge is 200 metres long and 29 metres high.

The bridge is part of the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail and will give you a breathtaking view of the Buttermilk Valley bursting in autumn hues.

Unlike your regular walk in the forest, here you can get a bird's eye view of the surrounding woodland and streams.

There are two access points, either from Emily Park or Orange Corners Road, and there is no fee to visit. So grab your camera and hiking shoes, as this outdoor paradise is worth the drive.

Doube's Trestle Bridge

Price: Free

Address: Trans-Canada Trail, Kawartha Lakes, ON

Why You Need To Go: On the bridge, there are two benches where you can relax and soak in the views.

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