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Niagara Glen Trail

Niagara Glen Trail


Often bustling with hikers, bird-watchers, and snowshoeing enthusiasts, the Niagara Glen Trail offers abundant sights of the wild flora and fauna of Canada. There are several unique paths within the loop, allowing for different experiences with varying elevation levels. Hikers can listen to the soothing sound of the roaring waters of the brightly aqua-coloured Niagara River or traverse through the serene, shaded forest canopies adorned with fascinating rock formations.

This trail, however, might not be the best option for those who find climbing stairs or negotiating steep inclines difficult. The terrain could be slippery, especially in winter, demanding the need for proper footwear and clothing. Seating options are also limited to natural elements like rocks or logs.

While summer remains the ideal time to undertake this hike, one should be ready to encounter crowds. Sometimes, the Niagara Parks Commission also organizes crowd controls for safe experiences. Despite these minor challenges, the breathtaking view, the calming sound of the roaring river, and the chance to immerse oneself in nature makes this trail a worthwhile expedition. The Niagara Glen Trail remains a jewel in the heart of Ontario, welcoming hikers and nature lovers to partake in its astonishing beauty.


3050 Niagara River Parkway, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON, Canada

1 (877) 642-7275

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