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Albion Falls is one of the largest waterfalls among many hidden less than an hour from Toronto. Stunning and beautiful with just a hint of challenge to earn the enjoyment it will bring.
Take a step back in time and visit a traditional 15th century Iroquoian Village where it once stood at Crawford Lake Conservation Area.
High Park is a giant 400 acre mega park located just on the west side of the city of Toronto with something interesting for everyone.
Hilton Falls has all the makings of a great hike and a rewarding adventure. It has been described as “enchanted,” and most visitors agree that the trek to Hilton Falls is worthwhile.
Mount Nemo provides nice hiking with a fantastic view at the end. The cliffs of Mount Nemo in Halton Hills provide a fantastic view of the landscape all the way to Toronto some 40 kilometers away.
Rattlesnake Point provides some amazing hiking, stunning views, and just enough risk to make it an awesome outing.
It is rare to find a nature reserve so close to a major metropolitan area and right on the shoreline of a highly populated area. Yet the Rattray Marsh manages to be clean and quiet as well as provide an enjoyable nature stroll.
There is something magical about experiencing a day where you can walk across a suspension bridge as high as the Eiffel Tower, hike through a beautiful forest, climb through some deep caves and caverns, and take a tractor or train ride through the country.
The Metro Toronto Zoo is a favourite go-to outing. Visitors will always have an interesting and fun time exploring. There is so much to discover for people of all ages.
A little more than an hour outside of Toronto, Warsaw holds in its grasp a hidden gem that not only has the makings of a great outing, but of a grand adventure as well: the Warsaw Caves.