Looking for a great trail near Hamilton, Ontario? AllTrails has 54 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking 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 Hillcrest Park or Gilmore Ponds Preserve. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 34 easy trails in Hamilton ranging from 0.8 to 7.5 miles and from 239 to 1,092 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!




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1 day ago

Great walk, a little muddy in spots

private property
5 days ago

Beautiful walk to the falls

6 days ago

Very beautiful trail. Great opportunity to see birds and wild flowers. Easy hike that is good for the whole family.

6 days ago

Some places are muddy. Would be good to have something to clean shoes later. You can actually park roadside on Ray side

Love the waterfall and the elevation

Really nice trail with a beautiful waterfall. Good workout and nice views of nature

nice trail, other than the fact you get a 150$ ticket for walking close to the water, on a marked, Bruce trail section. don't do this hike. it's a waste of time. all the stuff you want to see costs 150 bucks!

10 days ago

we were able to get free parking by entering the trail using the ray side trail off of York road. We recomend taking the marshwalk trail as it connects on and off the bull point trail.

flat paved park trail.

absolutely breathtaking in winters!!

Great trail! Went yesterday!

Went on a Monday, so there were very few people around. Nice trail, but the road noise from the highway is awful. Second half of the trail near Tiffany Falls is better than the first half.

20 days ago

Nice short walk to the waterfall makes this a good spot to bring the little ones that you want to bring hiking with you.

Went with two kids 11 and 13. Both had a great time exploring the rock pools and collecting specimens :-) trail wasn't too busy considering it was a beautiful Sunday afternoon in late April. Parking is close by and at 5$ towards conservation it's cheap and for a good cause.

Sherman and Tiffany falls

Busy trail especially near the chedoke stairs, but everyone is very friendly. Good trail for walking the dog.

A bit muddy in places with the spring runoff, but a decent trail! Despite the mud, could still navigate through with my son's wheelchair up to the bridge over the 403 before turning around. Good outing.

Had a great Sunday stroll here. The trail is paved with cement but one can walk along side the beach, too. The trail is for walking, riding a bike or roller skating.

What a great trail, spotted 4 deer, the trails were wide and well maintained. Got there very early so it was quiet and peaceful but as the morning progressed droves of people were on the trail. Regardless, it’s an amazing hike.

fun easy trail, not very busy in the morning.... found some yummy treats along the way ;)

1 month ago

Very easy hike. Wide well maintained trails, lots of squirrels could hear lots of birds and saw some baby foxes poking out if den.

Did this as part of a longer hike. Started in Maywood onto a old rail trail and into the Bruce trail. Toon 4 hrs but we stopped lots to look at all the falls and have lunch along the trail. Busy trails

washed out
1 month ago

Nice trail, very muddy because of rain. Saw a deer though. Would recommend.

nice trail , good to take a dog on. great for kids, beautiful views.

It's a bit muddy at the moment but its alot of fun.

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