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High water levels keep Burlington beach, park closed

High water levels from Lake Ontario have forced the City of Burlington to keep the beach at Waterfront Park closed until further notice.

Erosion and debris also continue to plague the lakefront. 413 more words


Hike the Nassagaweya Trail

The Nassagaweya Trail runs between Rattlesnake Point – one of the top destinations for hiking and rock climbing – and Crawford Lake Conservation area, which is the site of an ancient Iroquoian village. 695 more words

Ontario Hiking

Create a healthy yard this spring

Conservation Halton is hosting their popular Healthy Neighboursheds workshop series this month in Burlington.

Getting Started! Learning to Go with the Flow – April 11… 236 more words

Community Engagement

Explore Limehouse Conservation Area

I’m always up for a great hike, especially if there’s a chance to explore interesting geology such as caves. Limehouse Conservation Area, located about an hour outside Toronto in the Halton Hills, is one such place. 256 more words

Ontario Hiking

Race report: The Beav 25k trail race

As a friend said to me the other day, “Do too many trail and adventure races and you will never go back to the road”. I’m most definitely hooked. 997 more words

Bruce Trail

Fresh Air, Fresh Colours

With temperatures dipping below the freezing mark now most nights, the air is definitely cool and refreshing! But it’s not too late to enjoy the fresh autumn colours of the fall leaves as you hike or mountain bike on the trails of… 833 more words