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Canada's 15 Most Beautiful Waterfalls You Can Actually Swim In

You'll be 'falling' in love!

Canada is home to some amazing wonders that a majority of us have already explored. However, I bet that a lot of us have failed to indulge in Canada's natural waterfalls. I am sure that there are far more than 15 waterfalls in Canada that you can swim in, so feel free to comment some of your secret ones below!

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These waterfalls are great for those adventurous couples and one is even located right here in Quebec! The waterfalls may be dangerous but with the proper equipment and precautions, anyone can have an insane and safe time. Not only are the waterfalls crazy fun, but their locations are absolutely stunning!


1.Lynn Valley Canyon // B.C.


2. Bridal Veil Falls // Ontario

Ain't no funner zone than chillaxin by bridal falls during one late summer afternoon ☀️📸(@brianaleblond

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3. Cascade Falls // B.C.

Cascade Falls with my best friend 🌱 I love exploring everything with you @youngcholoswank 😌😃🌿

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4. Chute Saint Mergeritte // QC

Summer time activities 🏞 #Montreal #chute #waterfall #stadele #mycity #swimming #fun #countryside #summer

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5. Fall Brook Falls // N.B.


6. Red Rock Canyon // Alberta

I ❤️ Canada #vivsview

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7. Ashton Creek // B.C.


8. Chedoke Falls // Ontario


9. Cameron Falls // Alberta

#exploreyourworld #alberta #watertonlakesnationalpark #cameronfalls

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10. Norvan Falls // North Vancouver


11. Howland Falls // N.B.


12. Johnston Canyon Falls // Alberta


13. Gold Creek Falls //B.C.


14. Elbow Falls // Alberta


15. Chute Vaureal// QC

#Anticosti #chutevaureal #2eplushautechuteducanada #trèsbellejournée #vaureal

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Emily Draicchio From the core of Montreal, Emily is an upcoming Art History student. She is currently studying Liberal Arts and has joined the MTL Blog team as their newest writer. Her goal is to have an active life while discovering the virtues of Montreal! Join her on her journey with visuals from her instagrams (@emdraicchio & @drakesbandp). She loves cactus plants and to talk... and talk... and talk so it's time to hear her voice.

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