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The longest suspension footbridge in Southern Ontario is only two hours from Toronto (PHOTOS)

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DH Toronto Staff Nov 04, 2016 5:17 am 5,981

Located just a little over two hours from downtown Toronto, the Scenic Caves suspension bridge is simply a must visit.

Resting 25m above the Blue Mountain valley floor, walking across the 126m suspension bridge on a clear day can give you a view of up to 10,000 square kilometres! Included in this spectacular view will be one of the best vistas of Georgian Bay you’ve ever encountered.

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Located just outside of Collingwood, ON, the Scenic Caves Nature Adventures park offers a variety of sites and activities that are perfect for a fall day (including a zip line!). But surely the suspension bridge is the gold standard.

After a 45-minute hike through changing leaves you’ll end up with a panoramic view that will take your breath away… and make your Instagram feed blow up. Access to the park will cost adults $25.50, but with views and activities to keep you busy all day long, it seems well worth the cost of a VIP movie in downtown Toronto.

Not into hiking but love the idea of swaying in the wind high above the treetops? No problem, Scenic Caves offers a tractor/wagon ride from the main entrance that will get you there in 10 minutes.

This trip just jumped to the top of our fall bucket list.

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