Ontario is known for the spectacular Niagara Falls, but it is also home to hundreds of waterfalls different shapes and sizes waiting to be explored. If you haven’t had the chance to check out Ontario waterfalls in winter, let these photos inspire you to bundle up and visit to these beauties.
Classified as a “ribbon” waterfall, Borer’s Falls becomes an icy beauty in the winter.
Part of the Hamilton Conservation Authority, these falls are 68.88 feet / 21 metres in height. Though their flow slows in the winter, they are just as striking.
This 18-metre high cascade on the Bruce Trail marks where the Sydenham River meets the Niagara Escarpment.
This terraced waterfall is stunning whether the flow is completely frozen or just a gentle trickle.
Minutes from the heart of the city, these falls bring together the natural and urban worlds.
The perfect destination for your next snowshoe adventure.
It’s known as the Niagara of the north and is stunning in any season!
Always be safe when visiting Ontario’s waterfalls with these tips.
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