Toronto to Niagara Falls Tours
Toronto To Niagara Falls Tours – A Life
Time Memorable Trip
Three different waterfalls form The Niagara Falls. They are namely
American Falls and
The Bridal Veil Falls
The Canadian “Horseshoe” Falls
The American and Bridal Veil Falls belongs to the USA, and the Horseshoe is in Canada.
The Niagara River flows in between the USA and Canada, and the river itself acts as an
international border between the USA & Canada.
The Niagara Falls acts as the border of Ontario province, Canada and New York State USA.
Niagara Falls is a city in Ontario, Canada, on the western bank of the River, Niagara in the
Golden Horseshoe region of Southern Ontario.
Niagara Falls in Canada
Hydroelectricity is one main product produced in Niagara Falls. Together, power plants
can produce up to 2.4 million kilowatts of electricity from the American and Canadian sides
of the Falls.
Visiting Niagara Falls From Toronto
You can easily visit Toronto to Niagara Falls as a day trip, or you can also stay for more time
and explore all that the Niagara Region is offering. Niagara Falls is approximately 130 km
(80 miles) southwest of Toronto; it will take an average drive of 1½ hours if you do not
have any traffic delays.
Summer would be the peak season to visit Niagara Falls. June to August is a pleasant time
to visit Niagara Falls. The small droplets coming from the falls and breezes from the
waterfalls can make the area feel more relaxed.
Walking Around Niagara Falls At Night
Lights are turned off at the Falls at midnight, and tourists can still be found walking
around them, but if you want to feel safe in Niagara Falls, it is best to keep your safety up
and try to stay mostly in well-lit areas.
Niagara Falls Freeze In Winter
Many have a doubt that does Niagara Falls freeze any time? The water surface of the lower
river, and at the bottom of the Falls freeze into an “ice bridge.” This ice bridge formation
doesn't happen every year, but it does form an ice flow frozen either or both sides of the
A few days of icy weather condition is not enough to freeze the rapids flowing over Niagara
Falls. However, if the cold weather and the arctic blast continue, then the Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls Be Shut Off
In 1969 when workers used a cofferdam to divert water from the American side to the
Canadian side, the falls were "turned off," so that they could examine the effects of
corrosion, the Niagra Falls Review reports.
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