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Hamilton: parques e natureza

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“Nice easy trail to walk/hike. There are also some neat little caves which are fun to explore for kids and adventurous adults alike!”
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“Another beautiful waterfall and trails! Moderate difficulty hiking, but a beautiful place to explore. ”
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“Beautiful park with nice hiking and a river that you can get your feet wet. Picnic areas, playground, washrooms”
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“When you live somewhere it is all too easy to ignore what is on your doorstep, so living in Bronte we sometimes forget what we have.”
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“Just a walk or 1 minute drive to the east of the cottage. Great for swimming with kids, dogs and launching kayaks and canoes. Not busy with nice sand and open rock-free water entry”
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“One of Burlington's "Hidden Gems" with a number of nice trails and the best part is its FREE”
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“Valens has a wide variety of activities available from hiking to swimming and renting boats.”
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“Of Hamilton’s 5 sets of stairs the Wentworth Stairs is one of the oldest. There are 498 steps in total! The original wooden steps were built in 1903 next to the site of the city’s second Incline railway (1895–1936)( Eastend Incline Railway) at the base of the escarpment and Wentworth Street. They were replaced with metal steps after a rock slide in March 1983 and now follow the path of the old Incline Railway. During summer months it is estimated that these steps are traversed over 2000 times per day. A great cardio workout! And you can access the Bruce Trail along the escarpment here as well! ”
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“Sam Lawrence Park, situated on the Mountain brow at the top of the Jolley Cut, is one of the jewels in Hamilton's park system. Its features include a rock garden with perennial flowers, ornamental benches and lighting, walkways (most of which are accessible), wildflowers and prairie grasses, and an extensive system of interpretive signs. The park also offers spectacular, panoramic views of the lower city and the harbour.”
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“The Chedoke Radial Recreational Trail is a pedestrian and bicycle pathway developed on the former right of way of the Brantford and Hamilton Electric Railway. It is part of the Bruce Trail. Beginning at Hillcrest Avenue, the trail runs for 2.7 kilometres southwest, crossing the Chedoke Golf Course and traversing the escarpment to Scenic Drive. Here, the trail links with a Hamilton Region Conservation Authority Trail that crosses the Iroquoia Heights Conservation Area and ends at Highway 403. Trail entrances are located at Hillcrest Avenue (just east of Dundurn Street South), Chedoke Golf Course, and at Scenic Drive (at Upper Paradise Road). The escarpment stairs located at Dundurn Street south and at the Chedoke Golf Course also lead to the trail. The stairs have a bike trough. Trail users experience the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment, and take in a magnificent view of the west end of Hamilton and the Dundas Valley. The trail is considered accessible for those in wheelchairs or those pushing strollers, however the variation in slope (2 to 5%) may present some difficulties. The portion of the trail between the Chedoke Golf Course clubhouse and the Dundurn Stairs is flat and has an asphalt surface. The rest of the trail has a fine granular surface.”
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“The Hamilton Amateur Athletic Association Grounds (also known as Hamilton AAA Grounds or HAAA) is a park located on the north side of Charlton Avenue West, between Locke Street South and Queen Street South, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The park served as home to the Hamilton Tigers from 1872–1949. In 1950, the Tigers amalgamated with the Hamilton Wildcats to create the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. A plaque outlining much of the grounds' history (including information on the Grey Cup games played there) is located next to the main entrance on Charlton. There is a beautiful running track here!”
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“Lots of grass, big playground for kids, lookout area jutting out into the lake.”
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