Montreal happens to be located very close to this drop dead gorgeous suspension bridge! The Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge is found in the Northumberland region of Ontario where you can legit walk over water and enjoy the fall foliage. It is also relatively close to the Trans Canada trail and is also near downtown Campbellford.

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The Ranney Gorge was naturally formed and is in the stunning, AND FREE, Ferris Provincial Park. The water is collected from Ranney Falls, which is located upstream on the Trent River. The best views to enjoy the fall foliage this year are of course from the suspension bridge, which hangs only 300 feet above the water!

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What can you do here? You can go hiking, camping, kayaking, and much more! ALL FOR FREE!

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Oh, and if you don't have time to go right now don't worry! It's open for every season!

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I mean would you just look at that gorgeous view!

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And you won't believe how close it is!

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I don't know who we've even missed it!

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It's only 4 hours away so get packing!

Ranney Gorge Suspension Bridge, Trent River, ON



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