The prime time for hiking trails is almost here! While there is so much beauty to be seen outdoors during the fall and winter months, we all know that summer is the perfect time for a hike.\nThe weather is sunny and warm and there's really nothing better than walking through a lush forest while the birds chirp around you. That's what you'll experience when you take a hike through the trails at Mount Nemo Conservation Area this summer. The best part about these trails is that it leads you to a stunning lookout point from above!\nView this post on Instagram Still taking every opportunity I can to explore my backyard and discover new views 🍂 . Despite being only a 20 minute drive from our house, this was my first time exploring the Mount Nemo Conservation Area! . On top of taking the area around me for granted, I find I also manage to forget just HOW big Canada is... just how much there is to see and do around me... . I’m trying harder to be more cognizant of this☺️ . Do you guys ever feel this way about where you live? . I hope you’re enjoying some more local captures from the grounds that surround my current home base🌲 A post shared by Lily ✈ Adventure☼Travel☼Style (@lilyslensonlife) on Sep 26, 2018 at 10:42am PDT\nMount Nemo is just a short 50-minute drive outside of Toronto in Burlington, Ontario. Inside the conservation area, you can find a 5 km mountain trail that will lead you through a short loop and at the halfway point you'll reach the stunning lookout point at the highest point in the trail.\nReviews on AllTrails say that the trails here are not very challenging and can easily be completed by any age, any skill set and even dogs can make the hike! Once you make it to the top you'll be rewarded by the stunning vistas of farmland and forests in front of you.\nView this post on Instagram Bird’s eye view #22 A post shared by Daniel Fredric (@danielfredric) on Jul 12, 2018 at 2:09pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Cheers summer '17. Filled with some unexpected twists and turns yes; but the view at the end is still blessed & beautiful. . . . . . . . #adventure #inspired #blessed #godisgood #summer #hiking #wanderlust #mountnemo #haltonconservation #views #faith #latergram #gopro #goprohero5 A post shared by Sasha Braganza (@sashmariee) on Sep 4, 2017 at 12:43pm PDT\nOther than the scenic lookout point at the top there are tons of cool things to see here. You can explore an old quarry, hidden rock caves that you can actually climb inside, and rushing brooks.\nThey split the trail up into 2 loops, the north and south loops, both around 2.5 km each. If you want to hike both it will take at least a couple hours or you can choose one or the other, both offering scenic lookout points.\nDuring peak season, from April 17th until October 14th, the Mount Nemo Conservation Area is open from 8:30 am until 9 pm. There is an entrance fee of $7 for adults\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Christine Rasing (@crasing) on Sep 8, 2018 at 3:20pm PDT\nCheck out the Conservation Halton website for more information and weather updates!