The Dundas Valley Conservation Area is one of southern Ontario's most spectacular natural treasures. Lace up your hiking boots and visit 1,200 hectares of lush forests, colourful meadows, cold-water streams, stunning rock formations and the array of rare plants, birds, and wildlife. The rich natural environment here has been designated a World Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO, making it a must-visit destination for outdoors enthusiasts. Don’t miss: the replica Victorian train station at the Dundas Valley Trail Centre, a hub of the valley's trail network and a starting point for guided hikes and nature-workshops.
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