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6 Ontario Adventures Where You Can Spot Spectacular Fall Leaves

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Seeing the colourful fall foliage is a must! If you’re tired of going on regular hikes and you crave adventure, you might already be thinking of more unique ways to see the leaves change colour. Here are six thrilling ways to see the fall leaves in Ontario that you need to try! 

There’s something for everyone on this list! From soaring in the sky on a racing mountain coaster at 42 km/h, or crossing a 420-foot long bridge 82 feet in the air, these adventures are sure to be memorable!

Scenic Caves Suspension Bridge

Price: $26.50 per person

Address: 260 Scenic Caves Rd., Blue Mountains, Ontario

Why you need to go: This massive suspension bridge is 420 feet long and 82 feet in the air! From the top of the bridge, you can enjoy the view of the colourful leaves.


Treetop Trekking

Price: $59.99 per person

Address: Multiple locations in Ontario (Hamilton, Huntsville, Brampton, Barrie, Campbellcroft, and Stouffville)

Why you need to go: Challenge yourself to complete the aerial obstacle course where you can cross net walkways, wooden bridges, and more!


Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster

Price: $14 Mondays to Fridays, $16 on weekends and holidays

Address: 190 Gord Canning Dr., Blue Mountains, Ontario

Why you need to go: On this exhilarating ride, you’ll travel down the track through a forest at speeds of up to 42 km/h! \

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Sundance Hot Air Balloon

Price: $175 per person on weekdays or $195 on weekends (Toronto)

Address: RR #1, 1075 Bo-De Ln., St. Jacobs, Ontario

Why you need to go: Fly over the forest canopy and enjoy a birds-eye view of the fall foliage.


Haliburton Forest Canopy Tour

Price: $95 per person

Address: 1095 Redkenn Rd., Dysart, Ontario

Why you need to go: The world’s longest canopy walkway is in Ontario and is an experience you’ll never forget. Walk through the colourful leaves on a path that’s between 10 and 20 meters above the ground.


1000 Islands Helicopter Tour

Price: $99 per person

Address: 88 County Rd. 32, Gananoque, Ontario

Why you need to go: Soar above the 1000 Islands in a helicopter. From the sky, you’ll be able to get the ultimate Instagram photos of the fall leaves!


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