Dofasco 2000 Trail
The second Millennium project of the Hamilton Conservation Authority, this 11.5-kilometre trail will links the 1812 Battlefield House Museum, Devil's Punch Bowl Conservation Area, Vinemount South Swamp and Bruce Trail.
The Dofasco 2000 Trail will eventually continue on road to link with the Waterfront Trail at the Fifty Point Conservation Area and Marina on Lake Ontario.
Currently the trail has an on-road section on Ridge Road from Fifth Road East to Eighth Road East. Eventually this will be replaced with a boardwalk section which will be built through the Vinemount South Swamp, giving users a unique view of this spectacular natural feature.
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Hiking & Walking, Running, Cycling - Roads & Paths, Snowshoeing & Backcountry
Asphalt, Gravel, Boardwalk
Parking, Picnic areas
Partial Wheelchair access, Interpretive signage
Greater Toronto Area
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