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Hamilton Halton Brant is home to signature landscapes including the Niagara Escarpment, the Grand River, the Bruce Trail, Lake Ontario shorelines and a collection of more than 100 waterfalls, creating a beautiful backdrop for wintery fun. The area also boasts renowned heritage sites, attractions and museums, a vibrant arts scene, distinct downtowns and delectable dining.
Boasts the Niagara Escarpment, a castle, over a hundred waterfalls and great kid-friendly attractions.
Enjoy great golf, dining, trails, beaches and arts in this waterfront community.
Known for a legendary golf course, quaint waterfronts and events from jazz to the Polar Bear Dip.
Paddle the Grand, hike nature trails and visit unique villages and shops.
Discover Indigenous culture in the home of the Haudenosaunee the people of the longhouse.
Hike the Bruce Trail, enjoy local farmer’s markets and art collections from Canadian artists.
Home to hockey legend Wayne Gretzky, enjoy casino fun, museums, galleries and a vaudeville theatre.
Located at the foot of the Niagara Escarpment, explore hidden caves, a 15th century Iroquoian village and amazing outdoor activities.