The first time in visiting Wilder Forest was so enjoyable, we took the time to visit again (see our first visit to Wilder Forest here). Wilder Forest is just under an hour drive from Toronto, to the north-east.
Being the first sunny and warm day of March, we wanted to revisit the forest!
The terrain of Wilder Forest features rolling hills and valleys, in which the trail weaves around and over. If you are looking for a good leg workout, head here!
This time we were able to visit the Lookout Point, not far from a trailhead entrance off the road. Here, you can enjoy views of Durham Region and Toronto.
Have you visited Wilder forest? Let us know in the comments!
Kerncliff Park, located within and managed by the city of Burlington, is truly a hidden treasure of diverse landscapes and scenic hiking trails. It’s about a 45 minute drive from Toronto with no traffic, northwest of the major intersection of highway 407 and 403. The trails weave through dense forest with shade to keep cool […]
Boyne Valley Provincial Park is located within Shelburne and is about an hour and a half drive north west of Toronto. There is a small parking lot at the very south end of Centre Road, with room for about 6-8 cars. On way we saw a small parking lot on Prince of Wales Road, with […]
Mount Nemo Conservation Area is owned and managed by Conservation Halton, and is located just under an hour from Toronto within Burlington. The area features over 7 km of trails, the majority of them being along the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. Mount Nemo requires reservations in order to visit. We booked online on the […]
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