HIKING TRAILS IN HALTON
Ontario's Halton Region is rich with hiking trails that range in difficulty, length, and scenery. Explore the list below to learn more about the hiking trails in the Halton Region.
Agreement Forest is located just off of Guelph Line past the 401 highway in Milton, Ontario. Agreement Forest is comprised of six forest tracts: Currie, Mahon, Turner, Robertson, Britton, and Cox...
HALTON REGION, ONTARIO (AND BEYOND)
Spanning from Niagara to Tobermory, the Bruce Trail is Canada's oldest and longest marked footpath at just over 900km from end-to-end. The Bruce trail is the only public way to hike along the...
Credit Valley Footpath
Following the gentle curves of the Credit River, the Credit Valley Footpath stretches across parts of both the Halton and Peel Regions. With parts of the trail intersecting with the historic Bruce...
Fourteen Mile Creek
The main trail is about 10 kilometers in length and connects to various side trails, some of which are more maintained than others. This hike is a particular favourite of locals in the Fall months as the rich array of...
Joshua's Creek Trail
This family-friendly trail provides many beautiful changes in scenery including mature forest canopies and a ravine. Joshua's Creek Information Station, located where Joshua's Creek crosses...
HALTON REGION, ONTARIO
Kerncliff Park, located in Burlington, Ontario, offers some beautiful hiking trails tucked within the bounds of an old quarry. With its own trail system, Kerncliff Park offers 10 different trails to choose from...
LaSalle Park is one of Burlington, Ontario's most popular family destinations. The park boasts extensive natural walking trails that trace Lake Ontario's shoreline and provide access to the waterfront.
Lions Valley Park
Lions Valley Park, located in Oakville, Ontario, offers trail-goers a unique blend of natural and man-made wonders to behold as they stroll along the Sixteen Mile Creek trail system. While the main...
Morrison Valley Trail
Morrison Valley Trail is perfect for beginners and small children. Hiking these trails during Ontario's changing seasons provides hikers with unique and beautiful sights year-round. You'll find...
Royal Botanical Gardens
Located on the border between Burlington and Hamilton, The RBG not only a treasure of the Halton Region, it is also recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO and is as a National Historic...
Scotsdale Farm is a 531-acre heritage site located on the Niagara Escarpment in Halton Hills, Ontario. Scotsdale Farm features beautifully manicured gardens and farmlands and natural hiking...
Speyside Resource Mgmt. Area
HALTON HILLS, ONTARIO
Speyside Resource Management Area is a nearly 14-kilometer trail located between Milton and Halton Hills, Ontario. Speyside is one of Halton's more technical hikes, but still manageable for all skill levels...