This natural earthen trail crosses the Nassagaweya Canyon and leads to the Crawford Lake Conservation Area that has a reconstructed Iroquoian Village. About 4 or 5 hours is required to complete a return trip on this trail.
The Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area is a natural environment park that is protected and managed by Conservation Halton. The 727 acre park includes unique geological features such as sheer cliffs, crevice caves, talus slopes and glacial deposits.
The conservation area has abundant plants and wildlife and the trail system has five lookouts that provide spectacular views of the local countryside. Information provided by the Conservation Halton Website.
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