The Best Hiking Trails in Hamilton

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


200 Harbour Front Drive, Hamilton, ON L8L 1C8

Since 1960

Nature and Forest, Hiking, Biking, Birdwatching, Picnic Tables, Special Events, Jogging, Walking Trails, Cycling Roads & Paths

It is a 16-hectare park found in the West-end of Hamilton Harbour near Bay Street North in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada - Over 1,800 metres (5,906 ft) of shoreline integrating fish habitat, native vegetation and facilities

Mon - Sun 6:00 am - 11:00 pm

This is a very nice place to visit. You can relax on benches and watch the boats go by in the bay or you can take a leisurely stroll down one of the many walking trails. AND if you're lucky you can book with Ghost Walks of Hamilton and catch their ghostly train ride at this park which will take you all through the park and under the High Level bridge, around the other side and back again. Plenty of parking.

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Mill Street, Hamilton, ON L7R 3X5

Since 1978

Trail Running, Hiking Trails, Walking Trails, Outdoor Activities, Nature & Park

The feature of this hike is Great Falls, a terraced, ribbon falls, 10 metres high and 5 metres wide

Despite some of the reviews about the water being brown, it's by far my favourite place yet. The trails are moderate/hard. A lot of built-in wooden stairs make it feel serene. The falls and river its self run very steady with the crashes of waves against boulders and fallen trees make it a very peaceful place to hike.
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650 Governors Road, Hamilton, ON L9E 5E3

Since 1970

Nature and Park, Hiking Trails, Dog-Walking, Jogging, Cycling, Equestrians and Cross-Country Skiing, Boating, Camping, Geocaching, Ice Climbing, Picnicking, Swimming, Filming, Special Event Rentals, Pavilion & Group Area Rentals

1,200-hectare conservation area include lush Carolinian forests, colorful meadows & stunning geological formations - The 40-kilometre trail system developed and maintained by the HCA and the Bruce Trail

Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Sat & Sun 8:30 am - 4:00 pm

I think this is an excellent place for hiking with the up and down hills and a great place to get back into nature whether you are a hiker or a horse back rider or cyclist t's a great place to do that sort of things and because I went in April not many leaves on the trees just yet but I'd go back in the middle of summer where there are leaves on the trees or even fall when the leaves are changing that would be really nice to see.

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