Old Mill & Bloor Street, Toronto, ON
VIDEO: Shorthills Park hike (May 2012)
*** INT. HIKE: SHORTHILLS PROVINCIAL PARK - 14 Km. ***
Join us on this great hiking adventure, to immerse yourself in the beautiful Ontario wilderness.
Located near St. Catharines, it is a 735-hectare day-use park that has six side trails along with the Bruce Trail, and contains three picturesque waterfalls. So, don’t forget your camera!
This park has both dense forests and open meadows, as well as meandering creeks and gentle hills that are perfect for strolling on.
While in the park, we will also enjoy the lush Carolinian forest that includes uncommon trees such as American chestnut, and paw paw, as well as the more common black walnut. The park also offers a rich flora and fauna, and we might be lucky enough to see white tailed deer, opossum, wild turkey, or red fox on our journey.
This is a moderate-pace hike, and we will take several short breaks along the way for snacks, sightseeing and lunch. Length: 14 Km.
EVENT CATEGORY: Spring Hike, Scenic
Intermediate -- Recent experience hiking 14 Km. or more required
WHAT TO BRING: Water (at least 1 L), lunch and hiking shoes/ boots.
POST-EVENT: Refreshments at a Bloor West pub in Toronto (OPTIONAL)
Weather Policy: In the event of harsh weather, this hike will be cancelled, and you will get a refund for your payment.
PRICE: $53.35 Special rate for our group (Includes taxes and $2.50 transaction fee).
Reg. Price: $59.50
HOW TO PAY:
This tour is offered by a third-party vendor with whom we have organized many outdoor events such as kayaking/ canoeing, sailing, snowshoeing and camping.
Refunds offered if:
Additional notes: You will get a refund if you cancel and another member takes your spot and pays for the event
Payments you make go to the organizer, not to Meetup. You must make refund requests to the organizer.
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