This post has not been vetted or endorsed by BuzzFeed's editorial staff. BuzzFeed Community is a place where anyone can create a post or quiz. Try making your own!Buzz·Posted on Mar 21, 201514 Natural Wonders You Won't Believe Are In OntarioYou're going to FALL in love with these GORGEous Canadian landscapes. (There are a lot of waterfalls and gorges)by ckirleyCommunity ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Cheltenham Badlands, Caledon Day Trips Canada / Via day-trips.ca Iron oxide deposits in the soil make it feel like you're walking on Mars, when really you're only an hour outside of Toronto. Bonnechere Caves, Eganville Via ontarioshighlands.ca Hey guys, check out what 500 million years of erosion can do. Tons of fossils in here too. Octopus, coral, cephalopod—you name it. Aubrey Falls, Algoma Via www-personal.umich.edu This little cutie waterfall is pretty isolated. Go keep it company in the wild north. Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, Thunder Bay Chrystal McKay / Via chrystal-clear.com This park gets its name from a formation of sedimentary rock which, from a distance, looks like (you guessed it) a sleeping giant. Horseshoe Falls, Niagara Falls Via itslovelyannie.com Close your eyes and pretend that Niagara Falls doesn't have wax museums or casinos or a Dave and Busters. Pretty breathtaking stuff. Webster's Falls, Dundas Day Trips Canada / Via day-trips.ca The Hamilton/Dundas area boasts over 100 waterfalls in the area, calling itself the "Waterfall Captial of the World." Elora Quarry, Elora Via itsabouttravelling.com Another good use of erosion, this quarry is predominantly used as a swimming hole. Kakabeka Falls, Thunder Bay Hilary Kelly / Via hilarykelly.com Are you thinking, "Not another waterfall!"? No you are not, because waterfalls are the coolest. Ouimet Canyon, Dorion Via researchvit.com This 150-metre-wide gorge sustains arctic plant life that usually grows 1000 kilometres north of there. Pretty wild. Decew Falls, St. Catharines Travis Nicholson / Via Flickr: travosaurus Last waterfall, I swear. You can swim under this one. The Bluffs, Scarborough billyd / Via fourthirds-user.com Fun Fact: Scarborough, Ontario was named after Scarborough, England because of the similarities of the bluffs and the limestone cliffs in North Yorkshire. 1000 Islands, Gananoque Via aquatarium.ca Not just your favourite salad dressing, the 1,864 islands are a sightseers paradise, located right on the border of Ontario and New York. Agate Island Beach, Lake Superior NMCA Via travelandescape.ca Instead of sand, this beautiful beach is made up of agate rocks. Agate is known for its protective and healing powers, if you're into that. Bon Echo Provincal Park, Addington Highlands Dennis Barnes / Via Flickr: dennisbarnes Over 260 aboriginal picographs cover the 100 metre escarpment, making the Mazinaw Rock a National Historic Site of Canada.