The Mono cliffs provincial park
boasts a wonderful and diverse eco system unlike
any other in Southern Ontario. It offers mixed
maple forests, fantastic vistas, old growth
cedar stands and tremendous caves and cliffs.
Our hike will take us around ponds and lakes,
historical ruins and through 450 various tree
and plant species. This trail is ideal for a
beginner hiker but has its challenges as well,
all of which are rewarded with beautiful lookouts
This hike is of moderate difficulty with
a few more hilly sections. Many swimming locations
for the dogs.
Location: Mono Cliffs is located
Albion hills hiking area has everything a dog and
his human could possibly look for in an all day adventure
fields to run and play in, forests' full of towering
pines, a pond to swim in, and pockets full of treats
as far as the nose can sniff! Following along parts
of the Bruce trail, and containing countless other
hiking options as well, Albion Hills makes for the
perfect backdrop to a beautiful fall day of frolicking
This hike is of easy to moderate difficulty.
The trails are a combination of forest, field and
Two to three swimming opportunities for the dogs.
Location: Caledon region (NW of Toronto)
The Copeland Forest is one of
the loveliest forests in Southern Ontario. It
is super in spring as it is full of lush undergrowth,
towering old pines, unusual wildflowers and
ferns and, hectares of maples, oaks, beeches,
birches and evergreens. These trails are ideal
for a beginner hiker, or just for a hiker who
hasn't been in a while and needs to limber up
and get the old hiking legs in shape.
This is a perfect introductory hiking
location. The route offers fewer hills with
a flatter forest landscape. Two to three swimming
opportunities for the dogs.
is located 20 minutes North of Barrie.
Saturday April 13th - 5 spots available
- Mother's Day Hike
This trail loops through the
Forks of the Credit Provincial Park. It is notable
because it is here that the cliffs and crevasses
of the rugged Niagara Escarpment meet the rolling
hills of the Oak Ridges Moraine. The trail includes
a visit to the Credit Falls, where the credit
river plunges over a rocky ledge near the village
of Cataract. The area's claim to fame was and
still is the springs of clear water that flows
on the hillsides. Trails in the Forks of the
Credit Park are over hills, old farm fields,
through hardwood and cedar forests, and along
the top of steep bluffs.
This hike is of a moderate to difficult
level as it has more hills and steeper grade.
Many ideal swimming locations for the dogs.
Location: Forks of the Credit is located in Caledon.