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

Definitely not a bike path!! Lol. The walk is thru the forest and it is full of ups and downs with rocks and tree roots exposed. We took the key hole path and it is definitely something to see and do.

Bring your bug spray, hiking stick, good hiking shoes and lots of water. It is a beautiful walk!

Beautiful trail; we especially enjoyed the Keyhole Side Trail which had rocks and crevices to climb over and through.

You may want to pay for parking ahead of time or by phone, as patchy service made the pay app a waste of time.

A hidden gem. I asked a couple on the main trail if I was near the entrance to the side loop and they had never heard of it. It was the most challenging hike I had taken my 5 yo grandson on and he loved it (even though he thought the cave was not big enough.).

Extraordinaire. Walking in these walls was exceptional. My favorite in this area.

This is a great trail, fairly easy for many ages and full of fun things to explore.

Great trail. Some areas overgrown and force you to have to walk through thorn bushes and burrs. Otherwise the rest of the trail and terrain was what we expected. We will be back.

22 days ago

Great variety and some challenging areas. And beautiful views !

❤️❤️❤️ one of my favourite places for a hike

great trail. the cave is so cool.

Our favourite trail on Central Ontario. Last week there was still ice in the caverns! Make sure tour find the keyhole side trail. So interesting. You won't be disappointed.

super interesting trail the highlight of the conservation area pretty challenging for the little ones

First part of the hike is beautiful. Nice to walk along the side of the river.

Did the loop with 3 kids and a puppy. Didn’t realize the end of the loop was climbing in, through and up the caves. Challenging for sure, especially with the current icy conditions. Will definitely do this one again and again. Lots of opportunity to explore our beautiful area. Bring your bug spray also!

We had a blast today! The caves were definitely the highlight. Some tricky spots because of the ice but it just added to the adventure. Would recommend. There could be better signage and maps, we weren’t always clear of what path to take.

What a great hike! Our 8 year old asked to go on a big walk for his birthday the end of May. We found this app and this hike. Caves were cool and the ground still frozen. Lots of bugs at the lookout but we didn't let that stop us. Also a great trail for the dogs. People are friendly too.

Amazing views, watch the ice in the caves this time of year. Absolutely worth it !

Pleasant hike. Trilliums are out in full bloom.

3 months ago

Was still a little bit muddy, and definitely did not make the whole loop in this time. The bugs were getting worse the further we got into it, but definitely a trail I would check out again. You do come across some streams and cross a couple of bridges. There was tons of inclines and declines throughout the way, and the markers were being updated as we were blazing through the trails.

3 months ago

Did it in March covered in ice. Challenging hike at that time of year but made it through. A load of fun and certainly no crowds!

Loved this trail. Got a little lost at some points but still enjoyed it. Caves are a bit strenuous but worth it! Absolutely beautiful

Pretty trail and look out. Some strenuous caves if you're up for them but they aren't necessary to complete the hike. We went in early spring and it was the perfect temperature, a little chilly in the caves.

Short hike but full of adventures! A lot of climbing and areas to explore! You’ll definitely need hiking boots for winter, there’s some slippery and icing areas. Be sure to go counter-clock wise through the path.

nice short hike and such beautiful sights to see

Absolutely stunning! Cannot find a better place that’s easy to walk to for such beauty

Easy trail with good lookouts and caves. Easy terrain and fun for the whole fam jam.

We did this trail in late November with snow on the ground, and it was wonderful! The trail is well marked and the rock formations are amazing. I agree with Joanne that it's best to do the trail counterclockwise, especially in the late fall and winter. Trying to navigate your way down slippery, snow-covered rocks into the crevices wouldn't be fun!

beautiful trail!!

Beautiful trails

Beautiful hike. was terribly muddy tho

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