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The Best Hiking Trails in Burlington

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Burlington, ON. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

MOUNT NEMO CONSERVATION AREA

5317 Guelph Line, Burlington, ON L7P 0A5

Kid-Friendly, Picnic Area, Snowshoeing, Rock Climbing, Geocaching, Forest, Lookout, Views, Nature Trails, Walking, Dogs on Leash, Caving, Running & Spelunking/Caving

Free admission for Child (4 & under) ● Its a favorite among hikers in Halton Parks away from the crowds and the hustle-bustle of the city, Mount Nemo is a peaceful sanctuary for nature walks ● Brings your dog for a walk and watch the Turkey Vultures bobbing up and down on the thermals ● The length of the trails are deceptive: there are still roots and rocks to challenge the keen hiker

Price: Adult (15-64) $7
Senior (65 & over) $6
Child (5-14) $5.25

mtnemo@hrca.on.ca

conservationhalton.ca/par...

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Mon - Sun 8:30 am - 9:00 pm

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HENDRIE VALLEY

444 Patricia Drive, Burlington, ON L7T 4L7

Trees, Running, Views are Stunning, Animals, Children's Play Area, Photographing, Wildlife-Filled Nature Preserve, Flowers, Canoeing, Garden Areas, Feeding Birds, Walking Dogs, Birds Watching & Boardwalks

Feature more than 27 km of nature trails ● Has over 250 species can be encountered over the course of the fall season and every trail can host something special ● The trails burst into fall color as the leaves turn reds, yellows, and purples ● Enjoy fall colors in this 2.4 km trail loop ● Features include indigenous plant displays, a lookout, and Shagbark Hickory trees ● Provides free parking at the trailheads

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Mon - Sun 8:00 am - 11:00 pm

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KERNCLIFF PARK

2198 Kerns Road, Burlington, ON L7P 1P8

Since 1960

Wildlife, Lake, Parking, Education Programs, Nature Walk, Kid-Friendly, Outdoor Activities, Running, Mountain Biking & Walking

This park features natural stone backdrop, a wooden bridge through marsh-like setting, nature trails and backdrop views of the city and Lake Ontario of this park provide the perfect canvas ● Provides environmental groups to deliver sustainable recreation and education opportunities

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