12 Scenic Winter Walks to Take in and Around Brampton

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The natural tendency during the winter months is to hermit and never let our faces touch the frigid Canadian air, but there’s lots to enjoy about the outdoors. Brampton in particular is close to a bunch of scenic trails perfect for leisurely walks and even full-fledged hikes. Here’s a list of 12 worth checking out this winter.

1. Clairville Conservation | Brampton

sunrise therapy 🌤

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2. Forks Of The Credit Park | Caledon 

it's 2017 so can i just use emojis for all my captions now 🙈🙈🙈

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3. Island Lake Conservation | Orangeville

So many trees to pee on in so little time

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4. Dundas Valley | Dundas

CAN NA DAH

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5. Heart Lake Conservation | Brampton

Birthdays are better when viewed from a trail. #run #morning #snow

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6. Kelso | Milton

#winter shot of Kelso in Milton

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7. Elora Cataract Trail | Erin

8. Hilton Falls | Milton

Friday in Narnia. This place never gets old.❄️🌬✨ #favouriteplaces #winterwonderland

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9. Rattlesnake Point | Burlington

Lens cap's probably on 😜

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10. High Park | Toronto

11. Scarborough Bluffs | Scarborough

☃️

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12. Mono Cliffs | Orangeville

I'm going to make the rest of my life, the best of my life.

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Did we miss any good winter trails for walking and hiking in and around Brampton? Let us know in the comments.

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