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Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area has some of the most inspiring natural vantage points found anywhere in Canada. Five breathtaking lookouts dot the edge of towering cliffs of Ontario's striking Niagara Escarpment. With excellent hiking trails, Rattlesnake Point is perfect for experiencing the area’s diverse forest complex with its rich diversity of plant and animal habitats. Soak up the relaxed atmosphere with a picnic in the grassy meadows or an overnight stay at one of the campsites. For the adventuresome, Rattlesnake Point has three designated sites where experienced rock climbers can scale challenging cliffs under a canopy of rich woods. Hiking enthusiasts can trek the Bruce Trail through the Nassagaweya Canyon complete with trail connections to Crawford Lake Conservation Area.