Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area
The Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area has some of the most inspiring scenic viewing found anywhere. If you're a photographer, don't forget your camera! This 264 hectare park was established in 1961 on the Niagara Escarpment in Milton Ontario. Protected by the government as an area of natural and scientific interest, Rattlesnake Point offers visitors five magnificent lookouts set on the edge of towering cliffs. Each lookout offers a different and breathtaking view of the Niagara Escarpment below.
For the outdoor enthusiast, Rattlesnake Point also offers 10km of excellent cliff edge hiking trails for visitors of all ages and abilities. Hikers can follow the Bruce Trail through the Nassagaweya Canyon with trail connections to Crawford Lake. For the more adventuresome, the area has three sites where experienced rock climbers can try their skills by ascending some extremely challenging cliffs.
NOTE: If you wish to rock climb at Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area, please visit the official website for specific information. For safety reasons, there are important policies in place before anyone can attempt climbing.
Pets are allowed in the park if kept on a 2m leash.
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