Monday, February 4, 2019
While it can get very chilly during the month of February, no one can deny the beauty of the February snow. Bundle up and take a walk through one of the many parks surrounding the Burlington area.
Snowshoe and hike up to 19 kilometres of trails at this massive property alongside Highway 401. Take a guided snowshoe hike or cross county ski amongst the pines – what a great way to experience nature in the beauty of winter. Crawford Lake is also home to various works of art in the Deer Clan Longhouse. Visit https://www.conservationhalton.ca/ for more information on this stunning natural space.
Christie & Valens Lake Conservation Area
Christie Lake offers 5.6 kilometres of trail around the lake – cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and hiking the back trails are a great way to embrace the February chill. Valens Lake also has four main recreational trails and 10 kilometres of trails. For more information on these parks visit http://conservationhamilton.ca.
Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Bronte Creek Provincial Park hosts multiple events throughout the year and is the perfect place to plan your next snow day. The park features nearly eight kilometres of picturesque trails and dense forest. Bring your boots to this snow-filled park.
Don’t let the winter get you down, get out to one of many regional conservation areas scattered around Burlington and enjoy our beautiful Canadian season.