The World’s Longest Suspension Bridge Is Closer Than You Think

Just Two Hours From Barrie!

Autumn has fallen upon us and as the chlorophyll begins to slow, the leaves turn yellow, orange &  red –  and the best part – the temperature isn’t in the forties. It’s the perfect time to get outside and see why people drive hours to experience Central Ontario.

 

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While your list of activities for fall is filling up quickly with hiking, camping, long drives and pumpkin picking … you might want to leave room for one more mind-blowing excursion through the Haliburton Forest & Wild Life Reserve. Here’s why:

This 3-plus hour Canopy Tour combines all the best autumn adventures into one: scenic forest drives, hiking, canoeing, and a canopy tour complete with the longest suspended boardwalk…in the world.

Measuring over half a kilometre long, this guided boardwalk tour will take you high above the forest floor through the treetops with plenty of opportunities to grab a quick selfie.

 

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Top the day off with a visit to the Wolf Centre to catch a one-of-a-kind glimpse into the wild world of wolves.

 

 

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This amazing adventure runs twice a day until mid-October, and your $95 adult ticket includes a Wolf Centre pass.