Summer is short and it can bring out the outdoor explorer in many of us. It’s the perfect time to explore nature near (and far) from you. Even if you can’t venture far from home, you can enjoy epic scenic hikes around Brampton.
Heart Lake Trails
If you’re looking for a beautiful, casual and short hike, Heart Lake Trails is a 6.9-km loop trail near Brampton, Ontario. It’s considered an easy route to traverse and takes about 1.5 hours to hike. The area offers ample opportunity for birding, fishing, and hiking. Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed.
Brampton Etobicoke Creek Trail
If you have more time to spare but want minimal challenges on your trek, The Brampton Etobicoke Creek Trail is 20.9 km. It’s a pretty easy hike that takes about 4 hours to complete. The area is used for hiking, road biking, and snowshoeing. Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed.
If you’re looking for a hike that will take a few hours, the Chinguacousy Trail is 15 km. It’s considered an easy route and takes about 3 hours to hike. It’s popular for road biking, running, and walking. Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed.
Don Doan Trail
If you're up for a longer and more difficult hike, the Don Doan Trail is 19.8 km. It’s considered moderately challenging and takes about 4 hours to hike. It’s popular for birding, road biking, and running. Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed.
Brampton to Lake Ontario
Up for a real challenge? The Brampton to Lake Ontario trail is 38.5 km. It’s considered challenging and takes about 7 to 8 hours to hike. It’s extremely popular for birding, cross-country skiing, and hiking. Dogs are welcome, but must be leashed.
We hope you'll get outside and give these beautiful Brampton hikes a try this summer!
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