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Thornton Bales Conservation Area


Thornton Bales Conservation Area is part of the Oak Ridges Moraine, known for steep slopes and mind-blowing forest views. The elevation drops 54 meters from one side of the conservation area to another side of the conservation area. It is nicknamed “99 steps” because it takes 99 steps to travel from top to bottom of the ridge.

It is better to enter the conservation area from the Red Oak Trail. Not only is the Red Oak trail connected, but other trails are connected to this conservation area. It is a great place to hike, watch wildlife, and enjoy the view.


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