Hamilton is known as the city of waterfalls but those aren’t the only epic hikes in the city! Chances are you haven’t heard of the unique caves and crevices that are waiting for you to explore them. If you’re looking for some awesome hiking trails in Hamilton, head to the Eramosa Karst Conservation Area! Some […]

Cambridge, Ontario probably isn’t the top of your list when it comes to hiking trails. There are no turquoise waters like Bruce Peninsula National Park or waterfalls like you’ll find in Grey County or Niagara. However, you’ll find the Grand River, a historic downtown, conservation areas and more. If you think there aren’t any great […]

Must Do Kitchener Trails For Locals and Visitors Alike :: I've Been Bit! A Travel Blog

As a Kitchener, Ontario transplant from the Niagara Region, I was spoiled by the abundance of rugged hiking trails. They aren’t kidding when they say you don’t know what you’ve got until it’s gone! Despite being a lookout enthusiast and a bit of a waterfall addict, neither of which are overly prominent in the city, I’ve discovered […]

St Johns Conservation Area: A Quaint Natural Spot in Font Hill :: I've Been Bit! Travel Blog

About 20 minutes south of St Catharines, you’ll find an area called Fonthill in the town of Pelham. Within it lies a fantastic natural getaway: the St Johns Conservation Area. While the area itself isn’t very large, it’s most certainly worth making the trip for! Here’s what you need to know about visiting the St […]

Just off the highway in the town of Grimsby Ontario you’ll find the Beamer Falls Conservation Area. Also known as Beamer Memorial Conservation Area, it features some nice relaxing trails – perfect for an afternoon stroll in any season. This area was acquired by the Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority in 1964 to preserve the Niagara […]