Some brave-hearts in the US are giving the world a real weekend – goal. The winter storm that blew over most parts of the US has frozen almost everything. And to our surprise, the sub-minimal temperatures have turned one of the 7 Wonders of the World, the iconic Niagara Falls into a winter wonderland.
Many parts of this majestic waterfall have frozen and the sight is simply breathtaking. It seems like the unstoppable gushing waters have taken a chill pill. The huge blocks of frozen water and the unique ice formations on the rocks and nearby vegetation are making Niagara Falls look like a set from the Disney movie ‘Frozen’.
With temperatures dropping to as low as -35 degree Celcius, and most of the public deciding to stay indoors, some dare-devils who had stepped out to explore the city have got their perks. The astonishing pictures of the frozen Niagara Falls, clicked by these visitors have gone fiercely viral on the internet. Wondering how the frozen Niagara falls at night would look like? Have a look at some of the incredible snapshot below:
Though Elsa does not have an Instagram handle, we are sure that you do. If you do not want to miss this spellbinding sight of the frozen Niagara Falls, you must plan a visit to the US ASAP. The winter – wonderland awaits you!
Frequently Asked Questions About Niagara Falls
A. The three waterfalls, the Horseshoe Falls which is on the border of the United States and Canada, the American Falls in the US, and the Bridal Veil Falls, again in the US, together make the Niagara Falls.
A. Both the sides of Niagara Falls are spectacular.
A. The rules depend on where the person holds a passport from and therefore it is necessary to check the regulations of the country.
A. The best time to visit is from June to August.
A. If one wants to enjoy the spectacle of the frozen Niagara Falls, then one can consider visiting during the winter.
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