Here’s How Fascinating Frozen Niagara Falls Looks Like Right Now
Here’s how fascinating frozen Niagara Falls looks like right now, during the winter. This season is probably the most spectacular time of the year to visit beautiful Niagara Falls and admire Mother Nature at its finest.
Tourists are always rushing to see Niagara Falls and you rarely get to actually enjoy the beauty of these waterfalls. However, during the winter, most tourists prefer to stay at home and avoid moist and freezing conditions. Those are the people who have no idea what they’re missing out on.
Frozen Niagara Falls is definitely something every traveler should have on his bucket list, because when it comes to Mother Nature and its amazing sights, it rarely gets any better than this. Rarely… Extremely rarely.
Just surf through these photos posted on Instagram by those daredevils who wander around the world no matter the season and start booking your trip to Niagara Falls. It’s not to let, you still have the rest of the winter to catch the waterfalls completely frozen.
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Continuing with our Winter enjoyment, we went to Niagara Falls today. Due to the extreme cold, the ice formations were incredible! I think I prefer the beauty of the falls in the winter more than in the summer. Here are some of my favourite shots. . #niagarafalls #niagara #ontario #canada #hobbyphotographer #winter #ice #photography
A rare look of #niagrafalls in winter time. Freezing water particles on surrounding create beautiful frozen scenery #winterwonderland #winter #frozenniagarafalls #frozenniagara #frozenniagrafalls #niagrafallscanada #niagrafallsusa #winterniagarafalls #winterniagara #frozenfalls #canada #frozen #snow #breathtaking #canon #happynewyear2018
Have you ever been to Niagara Falls? If so, during which time of the year?
Though known for its hundreds of acres of lush terrain and trails conducive to hiking, Niagara Falls State Park boasts equally stunning views even as temperatures drop and crowds thin. Right now, the Falls are completely coated in ice — and absolutely jaw-dropping. More than 3,000 tons of water flows over the Falls every second. Sometimes the ice over the Niagara River at the base of the falls gets so thick that people have been known to build concession stands across it or walk back and forth between the U.S. and Canada. Photos by Aaron Lynett/The Canadian Press via AP