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Dundas Valley Conservation Area

#26 of 157 things to do in Hamilton Features Animals
650 Governors Rd, Hamilton, Ontario L9H 5E3, Canada
+1 905-627-1233
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Nice Trails - High Parking Fees

There are many trails in the Conservation area that provide a place for day outings. The trails are... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2017
Hamilton, Canada
Outdoors: Friendship, Fun and Health!

Dundas Valley is a great place to do anything outdoorsy. Picnics, hikes, walks, strolls, saunters... read more

Reviewed 11 May 2017
Matt S
Stoney Creek, Canada
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650 Governors Rd, Hamilton, Ontario L9H 5E3, Canada
+1 905-627-1233
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Reviewed 1 June 2017

There are many trails in the Conservation area that provide a place for day outings. The trails are well marked and offer the walker some beautiful views of the forest of the Dundas Valley. Biking is permitted and most bikers respect walkers on the narrow...More

2  Thank trainfan2000
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Dundas Valley is a great place to do anything outdoorsy. Picnics, hikes, walks, strolls, saunters, meanderings, jogs, runs, sprints and being chased by dogs are all cool things that you can do here. The trails are well maintained and signs help to find the routes...More

1  Thank Matt S
Reviewed 23 April 2017

The Conservation Area has a multi-use loop that is approximately 3.4km long... it is a great place for a bike or hike. Lots of terrain (up and down) along with a nice forest. Bikers please take care on the trails.

1  Thank Duncan P
Reviewed 19 April 2017

I think this is an excellent place for hiking with the up and down hills and a great place to get back into nature whether you are a hiker or a horse back rider or cyclist t's a great place to do that sort of...More

1  Thank Stacey M
Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

Very well maintained property. So many options for choice of level of hiking and which scenic things you feel like discovering. There is a parking fee of $10 but well worth it. We went in the rain and stopped at the indoor trail center for...More

1  Thank Ange P
Reviewed 12 March 2017

I go often, for short walks, for long walks, for just short visits sitting at the edge of a small lake.

1  Thank huizinga2017
Reviewed 4 January 2017

This is a huge and magnificent property with an extensive network of trails through varied topography and vegetation. A real treat for repeated visits.

1  Thank 949grantl
Reviewed 1 December 2016

On the Bruce Trail. But many more interesting trails too for walking, or casual mountain biking. Nice in winter too. Cross country skiing after a big snow fall.

1  Thank n s
Reviewed 19 November 2016

One thing about Dundas Peak is that it definitely did not live up to expectations. The hike that I took was not relaxing at all -- that is, this is the hike starting from Sydenham St. all the way up to the Peak. The terrain...More

Thank camomile-tea
Reviewed 14 November 2016

Beautiful walk in the afternoon on the trails through dense woods. Trails are groomed often. There is a train station as the centre attraction with train cars. It is the setting used in the TV Movies of ''Anne of Green Gables'' from the 80's with...More

Thank abcxyz1232016
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