This incredible light festival is just 3 hours from Toronto (PHOTOS)

Dec 9 2016, 4:19 pm

Imagine walking through a path into another world, across a frozen landscape.

The place is lit up, and a soft wind howls lightly.

It’s the spirit of a Canadian winter, and it’s the magic of Lumina Borealis.

A place where Lake Ontario meets the St. Lawrence river, the beauty of the season illuminates along an outdoor trail approximately 1 km long. The family friendly pathway takes about 45 to 60 minutes to complete.

There is limited capacity to ensure everyone enjoys their enchanted experience, so plan a head! And yes, it is worth the winter drive.

Check out some photos below!

Lumina Borealis

When: December 9 to 31, various dates and times
Where: 1 Fort Henry Drive, Kingston

#LuminaBorealis is filled with picture worthy moments so don’t forget your camera! 📷

A photo posted by Lumina Borealis (@luminaborealis) on

Out of the darkness comes the most beautiful light. #luminaborealis

A photo posted by Laura Meggs (@lmmeggs) on

#Lumina Borealis

A photo posted by Lori G (@tazzyfreak1) on

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