Agawa Canyon is 114 miles (183km) north of Sault Ste Marie in Ontario’s Algoma Country. The canyon is 575 feet (175.2m) deep and was formed over a billion years ago and widened by the Agawa River. The canyon can only be reached by hiking trail or train tour departing from Sault Ste. Marie. The best way to see it is by taking the train tour that departs from Sault Ste Marie. The Agawa Canyon Wilderness Park offers a plethora of picturesque attractions including the canyon itself. Nature trails, waterfalls flowing from the canyon feeding into the Agawa River, and a scenic lookout that offers panoramic views of the canyon await when you arrive from the train. Agawa Canyon waterfalls include Black Beaver Falls, Bridal Veil Falls, and Otter Creek Falls.