Lookout Trail: An amazing Fall Date Spot in the Hamilton Niagara Region
Beamer Memorial Conservation Lookout Trail located in the Niagara Escarpment in Grimsby is a popular hike to watch birds of prey while enjoying the views of Grimsby and Lake Ontario in the distance. However, during the autumn month, this relatively hidden hiking trail, mostly adored by the locals, is a beautiful spot for a short stroll with your date to get an incredible view of the fall colors in full spectrum.
Although the best time to catch a glimpse of swooping birds of preys such as hawks, vultures and bald eagles is during early to late spring, fall brings another wonder to this trail; brilliant fall foliage with three different observation platforms to soak in the panoramic views of the Niagara Escarpment and Lake Ontario.
Considering it is a short 25 minute hike to the lookout, Beamer Memorial Conservation Lookout Trail is the perfect location to pack a romantic picnic basket of cut fruits and little appetizers to dine while basking in the glory of fall colors. If you’re a day lark or photographer who loves to view morning sunrise, this is an amazing location to enjoy breathtaking, unobstructed view of the sunrise.
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