Hamilton Niagara Escarpment


world class hiking in Ontario. The Niagara Escarpment is a protected area and has been designated UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve in 1990. The Bruce Hiking trail follows the cliffs of the Niagara Escarpment, a ribbon of near wilderness running through one of the most populated parts of the country.

Ganaraska Hiking Trail


One of the most Beautiful hiking trails I have ever visited. The Ganaraska hiking trail wilderness section runs from one end of the Queen Elizabeth 2 Wildlands starting in Moors Falls thru the park along several small lakes and scenic beaver ponds with the hiking trail actually crossing beaver dams.

Doube’s Trellis Bridge

Kawartha Trans Canada Trail

Known as the great trail the Trans Canada Trail makes use of an old railway bed which runs through my home town of Lindsay Ontario in the middle of The City Of Kawartha Lakes. The trail to the east towards Peterborough is my favorite where and old iron trellis bridge still stands enabling some gorgeous views of the surrounding hills.

I have always been a bit of a wanderer. I was hiking before I even knew what hiking was. As a young boy I walked the Victoria Rail Trail into what is now called Ken Reid Conservation area and the headquarters for The Kawartha Conservation. Today I hike all over Ontario from Algonquin Provincial Park to the Niagara escarpment to the amazing rocky shores of Lake Superior Provincial Park and anywhere else my curiosity and camera’s takes me.

Ken Reid Conservation Hiking Trails

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