Hilton Falls Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Milton, ON that features a lake. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
cross country skiing
$6.75 per person over 15 years old to enter.
it was great in the beginning we were going on to the hike trails but after 2 mistakes i found where to bike route were
It's a beautiful place to hike but costs $6.75 per person over 15 yo to enter. For a family it can get kind of pricey. They have a fire pit and supply wood where you can have a fire though. I think that's a great perk; families sit around roasting hot dogs or marshmallows. Lots of picnic tables as well.
Was A Very Nice Trail. Pretty Easy,But Still A Nice Hike.
Awesome place but 4 star because you must pay to see nature.
The trail was nice but there is a lot of litter. We carried out some but it was defiantly noticeable. Please take out your trash!
Nice wooded walk to the waterfall.
Beautiful trail! The falls at the end of the trail is gorgeous. I think it's a little obscene that they have to charge people to allow them see what was already there, a gift from nature however, it's an enjoyable hike! The birds are really friendly as well, they will sit in your hands and eat from you palms. Great family experience!
Family of 4, with two young kids. We brought along a double side by side stroller. There are 3 entrances, the main one closest to the gate (with the directory) the beginning of this entrance is not stroller friendly, very rocky, but not impossible, we carried it for a short time over the worst. Once up the first incline it only gets better the further in you get. Wide open trails, well cared for and marked. The other 2 entrances are to the right of the first along the road, the second entrance is probably the most stroller friendly, as as far as I could see it wasn't rocky and not a steep incline what so ever (we did not travel this one, just saw it on the way back) the third entrance is past the resivour, just follow the unused road. it's smooth sailing for stollers, except for one steep incline....this is part of the red trail (east of the water) and it's super quiet, not a lot of traffic at all. The other two entrances are the yellow trails. Bring a picnic! fantastic area by the falls to sit and relax. Best suited stroller are ones with some kind of suspension as it can get bumpy in spots.
awesome trail. if your looking for a break from the crowds stick the blue side trails.
Great little trail with lots of options nearby to extend the hike. Falls are quite nice
Just completed the 29 km loop and was very pleased with the experience. The trails are maintained well with frequent blaze markers. The views are fabulous! The trails are however, very uneven with rocks and tree roots and it is very hilly for those who are newer to hiking this is an ambitious adventure!
I checked out this trail in November, and there was still a lot to see despite the lack of foliage. I get the feeling it would be busy in the summer however at the time there was enough people not to feel isolated, but not so many people to feel rushed on the trail. I took my dog through 15km+ of the trails while I was there.
Easy hiking in very nice forest, I liked the waterfalls.