The Niagara Escarpment is the most prominent topographical feature of southern Ontario. The area features a wide variety of forests, farms, recreation areas, cliffs, wetlands, animal habitats, historic sites, towns, and – needless to say – scenic views. The Escarpment’s ecosystem is one of the most diverse in Ontario, with many different species of birds, reptiles and other animals.
As you’d expect, there’s no shortage of things to do around the Escarpment, regardless of the time of year. The topography makes the area ideal for skiing, camping, water sports, hiking and simply viewing. Canada’s oldest path – the Bruce Trail – is also in the area, following the edge of the Escarpment. Hikers will find many beautiful waterfalls along the Trail as well as a wide range of plant and wildlife.
there's a sign that talks about Queenston Heights being part of the Niagara Escarpment and explains the entire history of this remarkable place. You can hike extensively here. The look out offers...
We began our hike at Corktown Park in Hamilton. Although parking was only for two hours, we parked all day with no difficulty. The paved path is somewhat broken in areas, but generally in good...
in Toronto's backyard, but hardly explored by motorists. the drive extends through Brittania Rd in Mississauga down Guelph line to the Welland Canal, and though the mountain area of Hamilton...