Are you planning for a trip to Canada right now, we would have recommended the Niagara Falls. Unfortunately, due to the ongoing COVID-19 restrictions it is difficult to visit the spot in person and witness the unfolding winter magic firsthand. However, you can still marvel at the spellbinding beauty of the frozen Niagara Falls through these pictures.
The Niagara Falls are a group of three waterfalls that marks the border between Ontario in Canada and New York in the USA. When the falls freeze, it creates about 40-feet-deep sheets of ice at the base.
Not just that, but an ice bridge also appears, making it look like the glaciers are rising into the sky.
Although the temperatures in the region have been ranging from -11 degrees Celsius to -1 degrees Celsius over the past weekend, it is still far from being cold enough to freeze the Niagara Falls completely.
The Niagara Falls can freeze only when the temperature stays below -17 degrees Celsius for a prolonged period. The only time that happened was on March 29, 1848.