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Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Thunder Bay | 14 Natural Wonders You Won't Believe Are In Ontario

14 Natural Wonders You Won't Believe Are In Ontario

Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Thunder Bay | 14 Natural Wonders You Won't Believe Are In Ontario

Here are our top 10 unspoilt landscapes to explore should you wish to see some of Canada’s most stunning natural beauty

Here are our top 10 unspoilt landscapes to explore should you wish to see some of Canada’s most stunning natural beauty

Ontario is so much more than meets the eye. Though most are familiar with the capital city, Ottawa, and the big urban centre, Toronto, much of its massive territory goes undiscovered. Travel to Canada and lay eyes on incredible architectural design, untouched natural beauty, sandy beaches with challenging ocean waves, and sacred, spiritual spaces. | @explorecanada

10 Places You Won't Believe Are in Ontario

Ontario is so much more than meets the eye. Though most are familiar with the capital city, Ottawa, and the big urban centre, Toronto, much of its massive territory goes undiscovered. Travel to Canada and lay eyes on incredible architectural design, untouched natural beauty, sandy beaches with challenging ocean waves, and sacred, spiritual spaces. | @explorecanada

Decew Falls, St. Catharines, Canada, just outside Niagara Falls: To get to the falls you have to hike along a zig zag path and pass by beautiful views of the gorge and river. I would highly recommend coming here. But make sure you wear proper attire! The hike down to the river is very steep and bumpy. Do not be that person that hikes down with flats or sandals. Wear running shoes. Try to cover up and wear insect repellent as well. Definitely worth the trip!

Community Post: 14 Natural Wonders You Won't Believe Are In Ontario

Decew Falls, St. Catharines, Canada, just outside Niagara Falls: To get to the falls you have to hike along a zig zag path and pass by beautiful views of the gorge and river. I would highly recommend coming here. But make sure you wear proper attire! The hike down to the river is very steep and bumpy. Do not be that person that hikes down with flats or sandals. Wear running shoes. Try to cover up and wear insect repellent as well. Definitely worth the trip!

Check-out this poster of native plants that will beautify your garden while attracting butterflies, bees and birds. Learn more about Ontario Nature Youth Council’s pollinator campaign: www.ontarionature.org/protect/campaigns/pollinators.php

Check-out this poster of native plants that will beautify your garden while attracting butterflies, bees and birds. Learn more about Ontario Nature Youth Council’s pollinator campaign: www.ontarionature.org/protect/campaigns/pollinators.php

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