Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

Located on the Bruce Trail, Mono Cliffs contains a significant section of the Niagara Escarpment, including crevice caves and limestone plains. Take a walk through foresty trails and find incredible views over the entire park. Paths in some locations can be steep and narrow, particularly in the winter months so wear proper shoes and be careful. Make sure you head over to see the lookout point and see if you can spot the lake through the trees. The best time to visit is during fall to see the leaves change colours or in the winter to explore the snow-covered cliffs. Mono Cliffs is also located nearby to Hockley Valley Conservation Area and Boyne Valley Provincial Park.


T R A I L S

Walter Tovell Trail – 4.8 km
McCarston’s Trail – 3.6 km
Carriage Trail – 1.3 km
Spillway Trail – 1.3 km
Cliff Top Side Trail – 2.8 km
South Outlier Trail – 3.5 km
Lookout Trail – 600 m
Link Trail – 600 m


Location: Mono, Ontario
Distance from Toronto: 1 hr. 20 min.
Dog-Friendly: Yes
Parking: Yes
Admission Cost: Paid Parking ($11.00 per car)
Time of Year: All Seasons
Hours: 8am to 10pm

Trail Difficulty: Medium
Washroom Facilities: Yes (no flush toilets)
Swimming: No

Contact: (705) 435-2498

 

Disclaimer: All information and prices are accurate as of the time of the posting. All opinions expressed are completely my own.

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