Take in the fall colours from the top of the cliffs at Mono Cliffs Provincial Park.

The park is picturesque for hikers, bikers and horseback riders, and located just one hour’s drive north of Brampton at 795122 3rd Line East in Orangeville.

Trails lead through open valleys, meandering canyons, and through the cool shade of trees, along cliff faces that rise to 30 metres. There are also lookout peaks, and you can even see the CN Tower from one of them.

Mono Cliffs is a favourite in Ontario, as the park has a wide variation in plant life, and the views are even more stunning in autumn. The trails favour beginners as they are on the easier side. There are different hiking distances to choose from, generally wide paths, mostly gradual climbs and descents with stairs.

Visit with family and friends for a unique fall adventure, and come away with gorgeous Instagrammable moments.

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