My family visited the Glen for the first time last month. We've lived and hiked in Niagara our whole lives and this has got to be the best hiking we've ever done. You could spend hours or days hiking along the lower paths of the gorge.
Some of the paths run right along the edge of the river. Make sure you don't fall in or that'll be the end of you! We saw some teenagers hopping along the wet rocks at the water's edge. Very foolish. The Niagara River is considered Class 5 and Class 6 (depending on the section). But, for the most part, the paths are well away from the water's edge. Stay on the marked paths and you'll be fine.
Free parking up top and then you must descend stairs into the gorge. Definitely not wheelchair accessible. Only those in good health with stamina should attempt this hike. My family is active and fit so we had no problem.
There are washrooms and a gift shop (open seasonally) by the parking lot.
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