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3 Best Hiking Trails in Hamilton, ON

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Hamilton, ON. All of our hiking trails actually 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!

SMOKEY HOLLOW

80 Mill Street South, Hamilton, ON L0R 1R0 Directions

Since 1978

Here’s The Deal:
Smokey Hollow Falls is also called Grindstone, Waterdown in Hamilton. The park covers approximately 450 meters and provides a linear trail. Smokey Hollow Falls is famous for its stunning ribbon waterfall in its leafy forest setting that flows from Grindstone Creek in Waterdown. It has a fantastic viewing platform beside the waterfall. Smokey Hollow Falls look like a magical place during winter. The park's waterfalls are located in environmentally sensitive areas which have many rare plants. It offers hiking all year round and is a pretty place for nature exploration. The hiking trails have lots of elevation with stairs and hills. Smokey Hollow Falls also has parking facilities.

SPECIALTY:
Boardwalk, Walking Trails, Hiking, Views, Waterfall, Nature Trips, Hardwood Forest, Running, Outdoor Activities, Birding & Dogs on Leash

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TIFFANY FALLS CONSERVATION AREA

900 Wilson Street East, Hamilton, ON L8S 4K5 Directions

Here’s The Deal:
Tiffany Falls Conservation Area is considered the most significant natural preserve area in Hamilton. The central feature of the conservation area is the two waterfalls, such as Tiffany Falls and Washboard Falls. The beginning of March adds an adventure element to the visitors. The park's trail is short and enjoyable, and the falls are impressive. The wooden bridges in the park add extra beauty to the trails. Tiffany Falls is impressive in the summer with all the lush vegetation. The fall itself depends on the weather, it could be wide in spring and narrower in the winter. The highly notable animal, insect, reptile and plant species are found within the conservation area. You get the outdoor experience and nature.

SPECIALTY:
Equestrians, Recreational Trails, Hiking, Water Falls, Fishing, Geocaching, Boating, Camping, Ice Climbing, Picnicking Swimming & Winter Activities

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CHEDOKE RADIAL RECREATIONAL TRAIL

120 Beddoe Drive, Hamilton, ON L8P 4Z4 Directions

Since 1995

Here’s The Deal:
Chedoke Radial Recreational Trail features a 5.9 miles moderately trafficked trail primarily used for hiking, walking, running, and mountain biking. Along with the trails, you can also explore several waterfalls. Its well-designed staircase takes you to the top of the mountain, which gives you a great view. Chedoke Radial Recreational Trail also has bridges along the trail and multiple scenic lookouts. The trail is shaded with trees and wide enough for passing. Chedoke Radial Recreational Trail is a great place for walking, cycling and running with natural scenes and wildlife.

SPECIALTY:
Hiking, Walking Running, Cycling, Trails, Waterfall, Stairs, Views & Natural Area

The Ontario March of Dimes Award of Merit for Barrier-Free Design in 1999

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