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Iroquoia Heights Conservation Area


Iroquoia Heights Conservation Area is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful natural areas near the city of Hamilton, Ontario. The 3 km trail will take you past rushing waterfalls, dense forests, vast grassland habitats, and stunning views of Lake Ontario. The looping trail connects to several other trails and conservation areas, including Dundas Valley Conservation Area and the Bruce Trail. Iroquoia Heights is a popular cycling destination, particularly for mountain bikers, due to its rugged trails. Much of the habitat is made up of regenerated agricultural land and hosts a wide variety of plant and animal species, including its famous population of White Tailed Deer. Keep your eyes peeled for these elusive animals as they frolic in the grasslands!

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Lake Ontario


Treaty 3, 1792




Bruce Trail, Hamilton, ON L9K 1E6

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