Let’s spend a day in the fabulous Ontario wilderness, in the company of other outdoor enthusiasts from all over the GTA!
Mono Cliffs Provincial Park contains a significant section of the Niagara Escarpment, including crevice caves, an upland limestone plain, and talus slopes. The trails here are enjoyable any time of the year but are especially lovely in the fall when the maples and beeches in the park exhibit spectacular colours. The trip is a guided hike and transportation is included in the price.
Prime attractions include walks through mixed hardwood forests and above and below tall cliffs. There are two prominent outliers, a glacial spillway, a kettle lake and a kame moraine. The park also features the phenomenon called Jacob’s Ladder and the fabulous views of McCarston’s Lake and views from Lookout Point. This park is sure to be one of your favourite hiking destinations, so lace up your hiking boots and join this scenic outdoor adventure!
This is a moderate-pace hike, and we will take several short breaks along the way for snacks, sightseeing and lunch. Length: 16 - 17 Km.