There's nothing quite like enjoying a gorgeous hike to deliver you feel-good vibes and an amazing sense of accomplishment. Perhaps the coolest place to take a hike in Ontario is Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, a 732-hectare green space that features a 20-km trail system through the Niagara Escarpment.\nIts Cliff-Top Side Trail, which is part of the larger Bruce Trail, takes you past some of the coolest environments in southern Ontario. You'll come across a spillway that cuts through an old canyon, wooden boardwalks and staircases in the thick of a cedar forest, plus deep crevice caves carved by ancient glacial activity. Let's not forget the breathtaking vistas atop 40-m-tall limestone cliffs at the highest points of the 3-km trail.\nView this post on Instagram #spring #trail #monocliffsprovincialpark yesterday #shinrinyoku A post shared by @ bethanyanyalee on Apr 2, 2018 at 1:58pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Between a rock and a hard place..which happens to be another rock A post shared by katherine (@katherine.teeple) on Mar 13, 2018 at 6:18am PDT\nView this post on Instagram One from last weekend. The rain didn't stop us ☔️ #hiking #hikeontario #monocliffsprovincialpark #monocliffs A post shared by Ash Marie (@a5h_ley) on Apr 9, 2017 at 5:28pm PDT\nTo get to the Cliff-Top Side Trail, you must follow the park's Carriage Trail, which connects to Bruce Trail. Heading north from there will then lead you to the beautiful Cliff-top Side Trail, which follows the left paths at every intersection.\nA short detour from the Cliff-Top Side Trail will lead you to a popular spot known as "Jacob's Ladder," a moss-covered wonderland consisting of massive greenish stones arranged like a cathedral. Ancient, vein-like cedars that are over 700 years old also climb up the cliff sides, adding to the site's magical atmosphere.\nView this post on Instagram Есть мысли до которых никак нельзя долететь, но нужно обязательно дойти, даже хромая. 💭🙏 Спасибо тебе лето! A post shared by Anastasia🖤 (@ana.greeg) on Sep 2, 2018 at 3:14pm PDT\nView this post on Instagram Just in case you forgot what summer looks like during this long, cold winter 😛 . "Pursue some path, however narrow and crooked, in which you can walk with love and reverence." - Henry David Thoreau. . Shot on the Sony A7II. A post shared by Charles Dieu Photography (@charlesdieuphoto) on Mar 17, 2018 at 8:20am PDT\nView this post on Instagram Is it hiking season yet?👟🎒#JacobsLadder #monocliffsprovincialpark #orangeville #autumnhiking #connectingwithnature A post shared by Angie Pham (@phamjamm) on Apr 8, 2017 at 10:18am PDT\nOpen year-round, the moderately difficult Cliff-Top Side Trail should take about an hour and a half to complete, making it perfect for both beginner and advanced hikers. As Mono Cliffs is only open during the daytime, the entire park is a perfect day-trip destination. But for those interested in camping, you can choose a site at the nearby Earl Rowe Provincial Park.\nView this post on Instagram I realize now this kind of looks like I’m staring at a rock wall but it’s actually a little cliff with a nice view of the bridge below. I’m not insane okay guys 😂 . . . . . . . . . #fall2017 #fallcolours #colourshike #hiking #monocliffs #hikingadventures #celedon #DiscoverON #discoverontario #HikingOntario #OntarioParks #hikinggirl #fallhike #leaves #colours #canada #explore #explorecanada #ontario #sweaterweather #latepost #late #monocliffcave #caves #rocky #offpath A post shared by Urshia (@ur5hia) on Nov 12, 2017 at 11:39am PST\nView this post on Instagram The power of silence! One of the reasons why I love hiking into the woods or up on a mountain is silence! It’s just about you, the environment and lots of silence, I guess that’s my form of meditation :) What’s your relationship with silence? • Have a wonderful time my friends!!! A post shared by Alessandro Cancian (@flyzone) on Oct 9, 2018 at 9:06am PDT\nFor more information, visit the Ontario Parks website.