THREE BEST RATED WHITBY ON HIKING TRAILS

Best Hiking Trail in Whitby, ON

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LYNDE SHORES CONSERVATION AREA

1285 Victoria Street West, Whitby, ON L1P 2B3

Since 1972

Hiking, Picnicking, Educational Program, Canoeing/Paddling, Wildlife Viewing, Nature Studies, Coastal Wetlands, Trail Running & Wildlife Viewing

The 272-hectare Lynde Shores Conservation Area, together with the adjacent Cranberry West Tract (40 hectares) is well known for its wildlife viewing opportunities

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Mon - Sun Open 24 hours

Lynde Shores is a great location for your out door needs. The path is extremely easy to follow. There is room for all. The parking, although not huge is adequate for all. The trails are always clear of debris and the scenery is great. The wild life seems comfortable with visitors as some will come up looking for food......especially the birds and squirrels. It is a great outdoor trail for all ages......we visited in Spring, Summer and Fall. I am hoping to see what winter life there is like.
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HEBER DOWN CONSERVATION AREA

500 Lyndebrook Road, Whitby, ON L1P 2A3

Wheelchair Friendly, Picnic Tables, Picnic Shelters, Vault Toilets, Electrical Outlets, Group Camping, Trails, Group Areas (Picnics), Viewing Platform, Hiking, Fishing, Picnicking, Group Camping, Wildlife Viewing, Nature Studies & Education Programs

Offer wheelchair-friendly trails and trails with plenty of boardwalk & stairs - It has 284 hectares and offer a variety of activities for the recreation-minded

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Year-round

One of my dog's favorite places to explore and get walked through. For the energetic there are loads of different trails to walk on leading up and down hilly terrain. Wonderful place for a family picnic or a family get together. Easy access but you do have to pay for parking and parking is limited. If you like to hike walking the back trails is great exercise with lots of nature, streams and flora. Great place to spend a couple of hours or an entire day.
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