Mono Cliffs Provincial Park Area Trails is a 5.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mono, Ontario, Canada that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
1 hour $3.00, 2 hours $5.00, full day $11.00; Hours of Operation: 8:00am - 10:00pm
Went out with the dog had a good time lots of trails intercepting. Take a photo of map with cell.
Nice well maintained trail. We hiked a total of 14km. One steep section coming down southern outlier trail. The view from the lookout point overlooking south is spectacular. Many features including forest, ponds, stream, views. I followed a combination of Bruce trail main and side trails but there are many local trails.
Great, well maintained, lightly trafficked trails which are super easy to navigate (coloured markers are everywhere). Lots of different options for all hiking levels. The Lookout Trail has some difficult hills and rocky terrain but the hike was worth it, the views from the top are just beautiful! The southern loop trail (green trail I believe?) has a nice pond and little sitting area, which was a nice spot for the dogs to cool off! Highly recommend this park!
Note: many of the trails are frequented by horses.
Although there were some steeper parts, the hike isn't intense at all. It was nice for a short nature walk.
pretty sweet place to go. I brought rum, sheeesha, and a pillow. went left at the start of the trails and as I went decided to climb down into the valley and up the other side. wouldn't recommend doing that though cause. still here. pretty cool
Great. Lots of variety - diverse forests, meadows, cliffs, stairs, ponds, smooth paths, hiking trails. Good in all seasons.
This is an extremely well kept park. It's easy to get to and is just a few minutes outside of Orangeville. There's lots of parking. Parking and access to the park is paid via a fee station and was 14 or 15 dollars for the day.
We walked up the Spillway Trail, back down the Walter Tovell and back towards the parking lot via the South Outlier. Along the way the trails moved through fields, wetlands, Carolinian forest, regular old growth forest and there are lots of cliffs and other sites along the way. The Spillway was full of butterflies. All of the terrain was very easy walking except the decent from the South Outlier onto the Carriage Trails which leads back out to the parking lots. The zig zag descent down the hill was very steep and at 52 I would say it's mildly challenging.
We had a wonderful few hours and will return to do the rest of the trails.
Trails are amazing here love it :)
had an amazing time out with the whole family. A great way to be active and see some sights for a day.
Wonderful multi user trail. Fantastic for a hot day of horseback riding. There are two small ponds with sandy footing for a cool off and big drink of water for the horses. Watch the fall colours from the lookout point. Maps available at the coin operated parking lot. Small fee for a great well kept trail.