Looking for a great trail near Burlington, Ontario? AllTrails has 14 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area or Spencer Gorge Conservation Area, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Sunset Park or Einer Fischer Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 11 easy trails in Burlington ranging from 1.1 to 14.2 miles and from 262 to 971 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

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muddy
17 hours ago

Lovely trail! Waterfall is at the beginning, nice elevation, brooks and streams running through it. Very quiet/remote, just one road and train track to cross. Went with Bernie and Faiz, carried 30lbs for mountaineering training, but forgot hiking boots!

Nice trail that starts with a waterfall and traces a river. Easy to follow -- it's part of the Bruce, so just follow the white blazes all the way. Nice rolling elevation and some changes of scenery, including crossing an active railway track! Extremely buggy but likely due to the many wet days preceding.

hiking
12 days ago

Good trail. Muddy in a few places but a nice hike

on Mount Nemo Loop

hiking
15 days ago

Very clean trail all around , very easy to hike in and out , well maintained . Awesome views of the cities to the east and rattlesnake to the north. Just keep back from the edges unless rock climbing . Ground can be very cracked and huge caverns and caves that you can’t see. The trail keeps a safe distance from those hazards , really like this area

bird watching
17 days ago

great trail. top bird feeding spot

Awesome views of the waterfall. The trail offers some fun challenges and absolutely beautiful scenery along the creek.

Mini adventure as the weather gets nicer ☀️

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muddy
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rocky
21 days ago

great trail! Took my two dogs out with my boyfriend. Might need to mention though to wear sheady shoes. Very steep at points and not meant for older dogs.

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muddy
23 days ago

hiking
26 days ago

is this stroller firnedly ?

27 days ago

great view. well maintained.

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muddy
rocky
27 days ago

The best part about this trail that you're accompanied by the sound of Creek, the trail is just along the water and gives enough chances to go up and down. you can speed up and slow down as you like, a lot of pets were enjoying the hike too! unfortunately, it was too muddy at some points so it is ideal to visit this spot during peak summers. Also, very few parking spots, morning hours are the best to find one!

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rocky
28 days ago

Well, We found it a waste of time even going there. Extremely disappointed! Poorly signed and we set to see the orange trail or north loop trail says 2 for moderate. The app has it down as easy. I don’t think so. Sorry this difficult in getting around not in distance. If you have a back or hip problem I would not recommend this trail. Too strenuous, something we were not looking for. Yes, the views are amazing. Some spots were not fenced in. I would be cautious of letting kids wonder around ahead alone. We did not enjoy the hike because we were too. busy looking at the uneven ground and being careful where we stepped up or down to get around. How the other trails are will will never know. We are not going back. There are so many beautiful trails to see so can’t waste our time here.

Should not be rated easy.

Amazing, very challenging trail. My legs were burning the whole time with all the ups and downs. After the first couple km’s you get lots of moments of solitude

Very nice. Unfortunately a good part of the path was flooded and we hD to turn around.

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muddy
off trail
rocky
1 month ago

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muddy
1 month ago

hiking
1 month ago

wow spring is here. the trail was dry. no obstructions. Great walk

great views with a moderate climb to the top. can be slippery so wear appropriate boots or shoes.

rock climbing
1 month ago

Easily manageable hike with decent views. I recommend checking out the ravines/crevasses. idk what they're called. These cracks in the ground that you can climb down into. In late April you can still find snow at the bottom of them, and they're essentially mini-caves. Pretty fun to explore if you can do so safely. DEFINITELY check out the quarry! It's pretty large, and somehow ridiculously quiet. Sitting at the bottom, I couldn't hear any wind whatsoever. Some friends and I went very far apart down there and whispered at range but could still manage to hear each other. Might sound a bit lame but it was cool. Great spot to eat during your hike.

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muddy
rocky
scramble
1 month ago

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muddy
2 months ago

My go to hiking trail!

we went in rain and mud ! Challenging but walkable. will come back again in fall to see the colours !

muddy
2 months ago

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