Nature Trails near Pickering, Ontario


Pickering is steeped in history and small town charm, with all of the amenities and services that a big city has to offer. It is a destination spot for visitors year round - with many experiences to enjoy, including:
arts & culture scene
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shopping, dining, and sports activities
waterfront activities (fishing, surfing, kite boarding, kayaking, and canoeing)
hiking and cycling trails
enchanting hamlets
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Altona Forest

The Altona Forest is situated in the City of Pickering just east of Toronto in Ontario, Canada. The Forest is approximately 53 hectares (102 acres). In 1982, the forest was designated an environmentally significant area due to its ecological and historical importance....

Duffins Creek Trail

Duffins Creek Trail This section begins at the Waterfront Trail in Rotary Park and travels north along the eastern edge of Duffins Marsh. There are many lookouts to view the marsh birds and wildlife. Most of the trail is limestone screenings. The trail meets the paved...

Rouge National Urban Park

Rouge National Urban Park is a unique wilderness setting in the midst of Ontario’s capital. Eventually, it will cover more than 50 square kilometres, following the river valleys and nearby lands of the Rouge River system from the Oak Ridges Moraine to Lake Ontario....

Seaton Hiking Trail

Seaton Hiking Trail Located along the West Duffins Creek, this 12.7 km trail is home to a number of historic hunting and fishing routes along the creek. Tricky climbs and tracts of varying difficulty make this a great place for hiking and cross country skiing and the...