If you are visiting Toronto living here and want to take snapshot of some epic Toronto skyline views, locations below will give best panoramic view on one of the amazing Canadian city with iconic "postcard" style pictures. Best time to take shots either sunrise or sunsets for capture of some dramatic photos, but in general, you can visit any time to enjoy a moments, explore sightseeing and find new spots. Toronto is vibrant and bustling city and you always find something new.
The Cheltenham Badlands is one of Ontario’s geological treasures, first formed at the base of an ancient sea over 400 million years ago. The site is a provincially significant Area of Natural and Scientific Interest and one of the most recognizable and visited natural heritage landmarks in southern Ontario.
Dundas Peak is a beautiful lookout with breathtaking views of the Dundas Valley. This viewpoint is now considered one of the most popular spots in Hamilton that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. Best time to visit from May until October.
Once home to the Petun First Nations people and currently situated within one of Canada’s 18 UNESCO sites, year around attraction includes labyrinth of caves and caverns 70 ft below the surface with multiple panoramic vistas of Georgian Bay along limestone cliff edges.
Watkins Glen State Park is the most famous of the Finger Lakes State Parks. The gorge path winds over and under waterfalls and through the spray of Cavern Cascade. An almost two mile hike will take you past 19 waterfalls and up over 800 stone steps.