'Eye of the beholder' Jasper National Park, Maligne Canyon, Alberta, Canada Frozen Waterfall Maligne Canyon measures over 160 feet deep. In the summer months this Canyon is home to waterfalls and rushing currents but in the winter the frozen canyon fl
Lace up your hiking boots and prepare for some amazing hikes through the…
Walk the Eagle Canyon Suspension Bridge in Dorion/Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.🍁 You can even try zip lining too!
The Grotto - Bruce Trail ON. A stunning limestone formation close to the end point of the Bruce Trail in Kinkardine, ON. A spectacular reward at the end of the most difficult segment of the Bruce Trail.
5 road trips from Toronto you should do this summer!
Devil's Punch Bowl (Hamilton – The City of Waterfalls) 5 road trips from Toronto…
A Weekend in Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park
Tobermory and the Bruce Peninsula National Park is a beautiful part of Northern Ontario Canada that everyone absolutely needs to go explore. The crystal clear water alone will blow you away.
Screaming Heads in Burk's Falls, Ontario, Canada. The sculpture is by art teacher Peter Camani. Peter has spent 15 years working on 84 various sculptures scattered along both sides of the road, on his vast 310 acre property.
The Bonnechere Caves can be found in Eganville, Ontario - Definitely want to go! (Cool interactive exploring feature for those who are unable to . would be good for homeschoolers ;
10 Best Campgrounds in Ontario
The entire province of Ontario is dotted with campgrounds, starting in the very south of the province all the way to the northern regions. While many of these campgrounds are smaller affairs good for .
Pukaskwa's Coastal Trail, Pukaskwa National Park, ON.
Yellow Belly Brewery in Ireland.
Hidden Gems Canada: Why You Should Visit Dundas Ontario
Dundas, Ontario is a nature-lover's dream, strewn with hiking and biking trails and spectacular waterfalls. An easy day trip from Toronto or Niagara Falls, Dundas is a true hidden gem in Ontario, Canada.