Eco & Adventure Tourism

Did You Know?

Stretching 725 km in length from Niagara to Tobermory, the Niagara Escarpment is classified as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.

Halton Region has a rich and diverse landscape with many outdoor attractions and natural and man-made activities for the whole family.   

This season, visit our winter facilities for skiing, snowboarding and so much more! Halton is your four-season destination.  

Visit our scenic attractions for a truly unique and adventurous outdoor Halton experience!


Boating


Camping 


Cycling 


Cycling in Halton provides information and maps on Regional on-road and off-road cycling facilities and trails across Halton.

Equestrian 

 Halton's horse farms offer unique equestrian experiences, including riding lessons, summer camps, clinics, horse shows, birthday parties, sleigh rides and so much more!  Visit Halton's Simply Local:  Horse Farms and Recreational Activities for a complete list of equestrian establishments in Halton.

Fishing


Hiking


Horse Racing 

Mohawk Racetrack & OLG Slots External Link offers major league harness racing five nights a week. 


Niagara Escarpment & Natural Areas  


Outdoor Rock Climbing 


Skiing & Snowboarding 


Snowshoeing & Cross- Country Skiing


Swimming - Outdoor 

Halton also has several recreational beaches at parks in Burlington, Acton, Milton and Oakville.  Check Halton Beach Water Testing Results or call Halton Region at 905-825-6000 for current information on beaches open for public swimming.

Visit your local BurlingtonExternal Link, Halton HillsExternal Link, MiltonExternal Link and OakvilleExternal Link sites for a complete list of Eco & Adventure activities and establishments in the region.

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