Fall in Love with the Halton Region | Linda Cordiano Team

Fall in Love with the Halton Region | Linda Cordiano Team

There’s no denying that Fall is right around the corner, and what better region to spend the season in than Halton? Oakville, Burlington, Milton and the surrounding communities contain so much natural beauty and such thriving communities, and fall is the perfect time to enjoy all the region has to offer. Here are a few to-dos in the area this season:

Take a Hike: trails such as the Bruce Trail, and hikes such as Rattlesnake Point are a scenic way to see the area’s beauty and show off the stunning landscape that is the Niagara Escarpment.

Hit up a Market: there are many farmers’ markets in the area, and Fall is the perfect time of year to frequent, when fresh produce and local and artisanal products grown and made in the surrounding areas are at their prime.

Get Ghoulish: ghost walks are a fun and spooky way to get into the Halloween spirit. The Oakville ghost walk will take you on a tour of old Oakville in the downtown area, where you’ll learn about the town’s history and maybe even see a spirit or two! Burlington and Hamilton also offer ghost walks which incorporate the history of the area into the tours.

Get Lost: while technically outside of Halton, just next door is Hamilton, where you can wander the Hane’s Corn Maze. A new pattern every year, the maze includes multiple clues and checkpoints which equals fun for kids and adults alike. Plus, you can pick pumpkins in their pumpkin patch, and bring home fresh baked goods from their bakery.

However you choose to spend the season, make sure to get outside and take in all that the region has to offer!  For more information, please visit Halton Region’s official website at www.halton.ca

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