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Niagara Glen Nature Areas

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Niagara Glen Nature Areas

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3050 Niagara Pkwy, Niagara Falls, Ontario L2E 6T2 Canada
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Niagara Falls American-Side Tour with Maid of the Mist Boat Ride

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A comprehensive tour of the American side of Niagara Falls lets you see one of the world’s most iconic natural attractions from three vantage points. Take in aerial views from the Prospect Point Observation Tower, get close to Horseshoe Falls on the Maid of the Mist boat ride, and reach the closest accessible point of the falls at Cave of the Winds.
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Suzanne L wrote a review Aug 2020
New Hamburg, Canada1,227 contributions104 helpful votes
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I have wanted to try this hike for a few years. A beautiful, cool hike through the forest. Rough terrain, but I wore running shoes and that was good. I am a 52-year-old woman not in the greatest shape. I found going back up was challenging for me, but my 24-year-old daughter and her small dog had no problems at all. The stairs going down to the trails is open metal stairs, so not for the faint of heart. The views are spectacular. I am so glad I finally went! A must-do if you are able to!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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allison z wrote a review Aug 2020
Cambridge, Canada251 contributions47 helpful votes
Beautiful Trail. It took us about an hour and a half to walk to the farthest point and back. The trails are marked fairly well, but there are lots of spots where the trail is thin and there are steep drops to the water below. So be careful with young kids. You don't need hiking boots if you don't want, I was fine with running shoes. Great views and lots of spots for photo ops.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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EddieTdot wrote a review Aug 2020
Toronto, Canada61 contributions16 helpful votes
This is a great park/trail to visit. There is a big metal staircase to get to the start of the trail and the stairs could become a little tricky if you are afraid of heights because the ground is see-through. The trail is not paved, with stone steps of various sizes. There are more than one trail within the area and it is possible to get lost, just follow the signs for the trail that you want to be on (they are color coded). A portion of the trail has been closed due to Covid, but most of it is still open. There are various people bouldering on the rock formations in the area, but they keep to themselves and are helpful if you get lost.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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rockobello wrote a review Jul 2020
montreal304 contributions125 helpful votes
Two hour hike in rocky terrain up and down and through water. It is a must for anyone without serious health issues. Beautiful scenery. We laughed & nearly cried.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Umm Musa wrote a review Jul 2020
Toronto, Canada365 contributions15 helpful votes
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It’s paid parking but very affordable. Nice park for picnic and if you are able to hike then highly recommended to take stairs down and explore. We went towards river trail which took us around 40 mins one way. It’s definitely little challenging with small kids but it’s possible. Our 8 year and 4 year old had fun.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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