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Top 5 Places to go Hiking near the GTA

Need a break from city life? Want to up your adventures, get some steps in and enjoy nature? Here are top 5 places to go Hiking near the GTA. Have you ever been to the ones mentioned?

Rattlesnake Point

This is one of the most popular conversation areas in the province. If you love nature, you can see turkey vultures from the Buffalo Crag lookout point and also thousand-year-old cedars! If you’re daring and skilled, you can even rock climb here! A lot of people also enjoy doing some yoga in the park. If you want to burn calories, this park offers easy leveled to challenging trails!

 

Elora Gorge

The Elora Gorge is a natural beauty that is hidden in the town of Elora. This area is amazing for all hikers. It offers stunning views of the plunging waters of the gorge. The trail is ideal for all age groups and is well maintained all throughout the year! If you’re down for a more added adventure, Elora Gorge offers tubing and kayaking in the summer time!
 

Belfountain Conservation Area

Just a tiny trail, 1.5km, that goes around the Belfountrain Conservation Area. The park has a fountain, pond, rumbling waterfall and a suspension bridge! This path starts up the escarpment and leads into the ravine towards a bridge crossing the crystalline river. It may be a small trail but this is totally worth the amazing views and nature walks! This area offers nice picnic spots at the bottom of the steps and by the water.


Dundas Peak

Located in Hamilton, Ontario, these hiking views are amazing to see! The trails in Dundas Peak open through dense forest to some of Hamilton’s most stunning waterfalls.

 

 Scarborough Bluffs

 This is one of the most popular places to go for tourists in the summer as the peaks offer amazing views of Lake Ontario and also the escarpment! The trails are moderately easy, but that doesn’t mean just cause its summer, your cute sandals will cut it. Sandy beaches located at the bottom of the Bluffs make a great way to relax after an end to a day of hiking or even date day.

 

 

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