The natural phenomena’s have always been a puzzle to the human mind. One such nature’s miracle is the Magnetic Hills or Magic Hills. Magnetic Hills are also known as Gravity Hills and Spook Hills. A visit to Magnetic hills triggers the mind to unravel the hidden mystery and is amongst the most attention-grabbing phenomena that can bamboozle one’s mind. Canada has the second largest number of Magnetic Hills after United States of America.
The Gravity and Magnetic hill creates an optical illusion of being an uphill place due to the adjoining environment. The actual parameters state that the place is downhill; due to the large area being covered it seems to be uphill. The car when left out of gear moves at a certain speed which appears to be uphill unaided movement. The water when poured on such places also show illusionary uphill movement which in actual is downhill,
The famous Magnetic hill of Canada is located in Moncton, New Brunswick. The history of Moncton Magnetic Hill lies in 19 century when motorists were observed to accelerate their bikes to stop downhill movement which apparently was uphill. The magnetic hill was center of attraction for locals and later on after Second World War the rise in tourists exemplified rise of its popularity. Today the drivers have to pay a certain fee experience a ride.
The other famous hill is located in Burlington (Ontario) with a sign (facing south) posting “No Motorized Vehicles” on King Road north of Bayview Park. Another famous Magic Hill is located on Ritson road, Oshawa (Ontario). The motor roles toward track after the large tree located at the start of magic hill.
You can also experience this optical illusion at some other places in Canada including; McKee Road just before Ledgeview Golf Course in McAbbotsford (British Columbia), 5390 Dixon Dam Road in Vernon (British Columbia), Hamton Mountain Road 1km from north Valley view provisional park in Bridgetown (Nova Scotia), Magnetic Hill in Chartville (Quebec), Escarpment Side road approaching Highway 10 in Caledon (Ontario), the intersecting point of Highway 41 and Highway 132 in Dacre (Ontario) and Route Saint-Louis ((Côte magnétique de Buckland) in Notre-Dame-Auxiliatrice-de-Buckland (Quebec)