It might not seem like it, but there is a plus to the minus double-digit temperatures that have plagued Ontario lately.

Niagara Falls has turned into an icy wonderland, as the extreme cold has frozen various parts of it these past few days. This makes it even more spectacular to look at… from behind.

The iconic attraction Journey Behind The Falls is still in operation despite the chilly conditions (from 9 am to 8 pm on weekdays and to 6 pm on weekends), so you can really immerse yourself in the iced-out Falls. Te best part? Admission is only $14 per adult, with children aged under 5 for free.

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Though temperatures would have to be even colder in order to completely freeze the Falls, surface waters have turned to ice, giving the appearance that it is frozen.

In actuality, there’s still water flowing beneath that ice; but the result of the surface ice is still the same - stunning photographs of Canada’s greatest natural wonder:

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