Explore the most popular trails near Burlington with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.



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16 hours ago

Lots of people, but an easy walk. Have walked this multiple times. Did a 5K run on Canada Day too.

Definitely a family-fav of ours to hike! Have been on this trail multiple times & every time we love feeding the chipmunks and birds. It’s peaceful and serine, and a highly recommended walk.

22 days ago

Not the most scenic trail until you reach the edge and it’s the most scenic.

28 days ago

Absolutely beautiful! Be careful after a rain as it can be muddy and slippery. Trails are perfectly marked. Many lookout points along the escarpment. Stunning views. Quiet early in the morning but gets busy.

Amazing views

1 month ago

Great place to escape the city and explore the Burlington escarpment

Great view. Easy trail to bike and hike. There is places to stop for food along the way and water stations.

Good wide easy trail for walking, running, rollerblading, biking- just about anything - I saw no horses
Beach all the way along path, which continues into Burlington.
If you are lucky, you will get to see lift Bridge in action - awesome

Great trail but we accessed trail from walkers line and the climb up and down the escarpment was a bit tricky.

2 months ago

Nice trail in a forest with great look out in the middle.

beautiful view.

3 months ago

Good sights at 500m, both Mississauga and Toronto downtown are visible. Binocular views of birds that fly so near are definitely an attraction. Easy trail with young children. Watch for deep cave openings at walking level once you reach the summit. Kids should be kept close and not on the loose over there.

3 months ago

Nice clean trail finally completed trail from Grays Road in Stoney Creek to the Brant Street pier in Burlington.

4 months ago

Decent trail for a casual hike

4 months ago

Very nice trails, kids friendly. This is our second time, we enjoyed the north to south loops, good 2.25hrs exercise and looking forward to have this over and over.

4 months ago

Beautiful hike and views!

Great trail...especially for beginners and out-of-shape guys like me ☺️


5 months ago

Did this walk/hike about 4/5 weeks ago and there was a lot of mud (to be expected)! It was still exhilarating and fabulous! Caves, a quarry, lovely look-out area and little brooks. Can’t wait to do it over and over again and of course to experience it now in the spring. My watch said we did 9km in total.

Beautiful trail with an amazing view of the city. Really muddy right now so bring your boots :)

Took the dogs here for a hike today. Was gorgeous ! Didn’t see any wildlife, was not busy was pretty muddy though.

7 months ago

We went mid January, during one of the unseasonably warm weekends. It was muddy but the trail was still fine to do. We did the loop to the summit. Not a hard trail, some interesting elevation and nice views. great quick hike close to Toronto.

Awesome trail. Bring bird seed to feed the chipmunks and birds right out of your hand.

8 months ago

Love how friendly the wildlife is.

road biking
9 months ago

One of the best places around for a flat, scenic, paved cycling ride.
Wide, paved trail, all along Lake Ontario. Cross the drawbridge for Hamilton Bay. Several piers/lookout points, beaches and benches along the way.
Is heavily used on weekends, but wide trail still provides for good speed for cycling, rollerblading. Other times are fairly quiet and allows for 3 across cycling.

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