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Whether you're looking for a smooth cruise around a leisurely loop or the adrenalin rush of a rocky ride down an ancient limestone ridge, Hamilton Halton Brant has amazing cycling routes, paths and trails just waiting for your two wheels.

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Hamilton Conservation Authority

Hamilton Conservation Authority

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Phone: 905-525-2181 or 905-648-4427
City: Hamilton

Life is better outdoors. Whether you’re interested in camping, hiking, swimming, cross country skiing or just getting a little closer to nature, Hamilton Conservation Authority has it all. Hamilton Conservation Authority owns and manages about 4400 hectares (10,900 acres) of environmentally significant land. Its recreational lands range from long distance trails and conservation areas that include the Dundas Valley, Eramosa Karst, Spencer Gorge/Webster’s Falls, Christie Lake, Valens Lake, Confederation Park, Fifty Point Conservation Area and Marina.

Dundas Valley Conservation Area

Dundas Valley Conservation Area

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Phone: 905-627-1233
City: Dundas

The Dundas Valley's 40-kilometre trail system is open to hikers, dog-walkers, cyclists and equestrians. It's the starting point for numerous guided hikes and nature-oriented workshops. The trail system is organized around a main loop with five linear trails providing visitors with access to almost every part of the valley. The conservation area is bisected by one of the region's most important walking, cycling and equestrian routes - the West Hamilton to Brantford Rail Trail, which stretches 32 kilometres (20 miles).

Brant Conservation Area

Brant Conservation Area

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Phone: 519-752-2040
City: Brantford

Nestled in a bend of the Grand River amid the historic communities of Brantford and Brant County, and just a few minutes away from the First Nations territories of the Six Nations and Mississaugas of the New Credit, it makes a great home base for campers who want to explore this historic part of Ontario. It is also popular for anglers, hikers, bikers and canoeists.

Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area

Pinehurst Lake Conservation Area

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Phone: 1-877-558-GRCA (4722)
City: Ayr

Pinehurst Lake is a nine-hectare kettle lake formed by a single piece of ice. The lake has a sandy beach and is surrounded by mature Carolinian forest. During the summer months (May-October) Pinehurst Lake is transformed into a summer playground offering camping, swimming, fishing, boating, picnicking and hiking opportunities. In the winter, Pinehurst is transformed into one of the premier snowshoe and ice-fishing facilities in the region.

Halton Conservation Authority

Halton Conservation Authority

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Phone: 905-336-1158
City: Halton Region

Halton Conservation Authority is the community based environmental agency that protects, restores and manages the natural resources in its watershed. We are recognized for our stewardship of creeks, forests and Niagara Escarpment lands through science based services and sustainable recreation programs. Conservation Halton owns and operates six conservation areas, including Crawford Lake, Mountsberg, Rattlesnake Point, Hilton Falls, Kelso and Mount Nemo. We also operate the Glen Eden Ski and Snowboard Centre.

Hilton Falls Conservation Area

Hilton Falls Conservation Area

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Phone: 905-854-0262
City: Milton

Exploring the enchanted forests of Hilton Falls is a natural treat with great hiking, biking and cross-country ski trails. The blazing colours of fall are only surpassed by the beauty of fleeting spring wildflowers or the richness of the green summer landscape. The viewing station at the falls lets you drink in the intrinsic beauty of a 10-metre waterfall that cascades over the Niagara Escarpment and the mysterious mill ruins that surround it.

Kelso Conservation Area

Kelso Conservation Area

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Phone:  905-878-5011
City: Milton

Kelso Conservation Area is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Indulge in a swim at a sandy beach, fish for trout in the glistening lake or get energized with some great downhill skiing at Glen Eden. Mountain bikers can test their skills on marked trails on the majestic Niagara Escarpment or hikers can trek the rugged Bruce Trail. You can also rent kayaks, paddle boats and canoes. Hundreds of picnic tables dot the rolling landscape and shelters are available for company and family picnics.

Mountsberg Conservation Area

Mountsberg Conservation Area

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Phone: 905-854-2276
City: Campbellville

Nature surrounds you at this scenic conservation area that has great hiking and cross-country ski trails outfitted with boardwalks, birdfeeders and interpretive lookouts. You can even take in that first taste of spring on a horse drawn wagon ride in the Mountsberg Sugar Bush where maple syrup, pancakes and sweet sugar candy create delightful family memories. The call of the wild awaits you at this exciting conservation area!

Glen Eden Conservation Area

Glen Eden Conservation Area

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Phone: 905-878-5011
City: Milton

Glen Eden is buzzing with activity in fall and winter. Glen Eden offers a rental shop, skiing, a fully-equipped terrain park for snowboarders, snow tubing and lessons for all ages and skill-levels. The park has an area of 3.97 square kilometres and contains Lake Kelso, which was built for flood control of Sixteen Mile Creek.


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Burlington Cycling

Burlington Cycling

Tourism Burlington

Offer is for cyclists who stay overnight in a Burlington Hotel Association (BHA) hotel. Includes 10% off regular rack rate at a BHA hotel plus cycling package (valued at $25) which includes Mountain Equipment Coop Gift Card ($15 card + $5 membership), Cycling Pin, Carabiner, Postcard, Burlington Visitor Guide, Cycling Maps and information.
Offer available Apr 1 – Oct 1, 2016 (some restrictions apply) Contact individual hotels to book. Cycling guests booking this offer at BHA hotels between April 1 and October 31 will be provided with cycling package upon check in. (one package per room/stay)
Expiry: Oct 31, 2016