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This is the place to see a glimpse
of Niagara Falls Attractions
through Video!

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Niagara Falls is such a beautiful
and exciting city.

Here, you'll be taken through
an amusing
virtual tour of
Niagara Falls, Ontario.

I've included videos of popular
attractions,  
thrill rides, historic & fun spots & local
events.

Everything, from
The Falls, itself....







To:
Marineland
Zooz
The Floral Clock
The Aero Car
The Whirlpool Jet Boats
The Fury
The Rainforest Café
Safari Niagara
The Great Wolf Lodge
Fort Erie Race Track
Niagara Falls Fire Works
Journey Behind The Falls
Downtown Art Festival
The Skywheel
The Skylon Tower
Chippewa Creek
Clifton Hill
Carnivals
Niagara Helicopter Tour
Free Fall Skydiving
Go-Karting Niagara
BMX Bowl McCain Centre
The Old Scow (Barge)
The Botanical Gardens
Butterfly Conservatory
Queen Victoria Park
Festival of Lights
Maid of The Mist
The Rink By The Brink
Sir Adam Beck Power Plant
The Imax Theatre
Casino Niagara
The Fallsview Casino
Golf Courses
Wineries
Restaurants
Hotels

And much more......

Unveiling the true beauty,
pulse & mystery of Niagara Falls.

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contact us
with your opinions,
comments & requests!


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Sit back
Relax....
And Enjoy!


A few feet from the
Brink of Niagara Falls Horseshoe Waterfall.    

The Falls at Niagara are about
12,000 years old and were formed
when melting glaciers The Great
Lakes.
Lake Erie runs downwards, over
the Falls, into Lake Ontario.
The rushing waters carved out a
river in their descent and at one
point passed over a steep cliff like
formation, known as The Niagara
Escarpment.

Featured on CNN ireports, this is a video of Niagara Falls in
February of 2009. A spectacular view of the brink, the ice
bridge below, and a look at the incredible ice formations
Behind The Falls
 
From the original Falls, going over the Niagara Escarpment, the
water began to wear its way back up the river. The path that it
left is
The Niagara Gorge.
Currently, Niagara Falls erodes approximately 1 foot per year.
The Niagara River flows at approximately 35 miles/hour (56.3
kilometers/hour).
The Horseshoe Falls are 180 feet (57 meters) high and allow 6
million cubic feet (168,000 cubic meters) of water over the brink
every minute during peak daytime hours.
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