Albion Hills Conservation Area
Looking for a jam packed day of recreation or just a nice day at the beach? Then Albion Hills is the place for you. Ontario’s first Conservation Area, Albion Hills is set in the Caledon Hills on the banks of the Humber River. The 446-hectare park is the outdoor enthusiast’s dream! You can do it all at Albion Hills.
The landscape of Albion Hills continues to be dominated by pine trees, unfortunately planted mostly in endless rows. However, the rolling hills of the conservation area do make it a good place for walking in late summer and fall, when you’ll be rewarded with great views across the Caledon Hills. A system of ski trails, some of which double as interpretive nature trails, has been created, and there are plenty of facilities, from picnic grounds to a swimming area. Of the ski trails that are also officially nature trails, the longest is the Rabbit Trail.
The trail starts from Albion Hills northernmost parking lot and passes through an area reforested mostly with pine, although there is some variety of habitat along the way and signs pointing out interesting natural features, as well. The most pleasant walking is the final stretch of the trail, which passes through a mixed forest of white ash, black cherry and birch trees. Information provided by the Albion Hills Conservation Area website Directions: The conservation area is located 8 km north of Bolton on Highway 50.
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