Mount Albion Conservation Area | Great Lakes Guide
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Superb wildlife viewing opportunities await you at Mount Albion Conservation Area. With winding trails, mature forests, a wetland habitat, and the stunning albion falls, there is no shortage of spectacular scenery in this natural getaway. Albion Falls stand 19 m (62 feet) tall. The water cascades down the staircase-like rocks down into the river below. There are several observation points along the trial where you can stop to view this classic cascade waterfall. The trails are ideal for leisurely hikes, cycling, and picnics. Mount Albion Conservation Area is also a popular outdoor education spot where students can help improve wildlife habitats by planting trees and learning about local ecosystems.



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Mt Albion Trail, Hamilton, ON L8W 2A4

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    • 16.1km
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    • 7:40 AM
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I grew up sailing and recreational boating on Hamilton Harbour and learned to sail and became a sailing instructor in the harbour and so my connection to the harbour and water is something that has stayed with me as a young boy through my teenage years



Lake Ontario, ON
Brent Kinnaird
Hamilton