Ontario Ice Caves Makes New York Times List

Submitted by Dan Grisdale

There are many beautiful places to visit on this planet, but did you know some of those exist right here in Northern Ontario? As a matter of fact, the Ontario Ice Caves have just been featured in the New York Times’ 52 Places to Go in 2019 article.

Made from snow and ice, these caves, located at Lake Superior Provincial Park, just a short drive from the Sault, are made when large waves of up to 20 feet freeze over, creating a beautiful variety of shapes and colours.

Some other local points of interest include, but aren’t limited to;

  • Pointe Des Chenes
  • Gros Cap
  • Red Rock
  • Coppermine Point; and
  • Alona Bay

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Megan Pounder is an enthusiastic individual who's always striving to learn and grow. She's been a part of the SaultOnline team since May 2018. She has an Advanced Diploma in Journalism: Online, Broadcast and Print from Loyalist College. Along with her diploma, she has some freelance video journalism and social media experience. Growing up in Prince Edward County sparked her enthusiasm for all things nature. When she isn't reporting, you can find her reading, jamming out to music, or looking for new adventures.