Get a bird's eye view of escarpment

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Halton Conservation Authority is offering to give visitors a lift this month.

Guests at Kelso (Glen Eden) can observe the spectacular fall colours on the Niagara Escarpment from a unique perspective, as the HCA opens up the park's chairlift for rides along the escarpment brow each weekend from now until Halloween. Admission fee for the Fall Colour program is $7 for adults and seniors and $5 for kids aged 5-14 and includes park admission, tickets and a chairlift ticket.

Kelso, (Kelso Road north of Steeles Avenue west of Tremaine Road) will also feature activities such as harvest games, pumpkin painting and raffles, as well as 22 km of trails. Mountain bike trail passes are available for $7 and a combination trail pass and unlimited lift ticket is available for $14 for the entire day. In addition, the 2005/06 Glen Eden Season passes are now on sale at the Main Chalet, with early bird discounts (season pass includes October chair lift rides).For more information, call 905-878-5011 or visit www.conservationhalton.on.ca

Get a bird's eye view of escarpment

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Halton Conservation Authority is offering to give visitors a lift this month.

Guests at Kelso (Glen Eden) can observe the spectacular fall colours on the Niagara Escarpment from a unique perspective, as the HCA opens up the park's chairlift for rides along the escarpment brow each weekend from now until Halloween. Admission fee for the Fall Colour program is $7 for adults and seniors and $5 for kids aged 5-14 and includes park admission, tickets and a chairlift ticket.

Kelso, (Kelso Road north of Steeles Avenue west of Tremaine Road) will also feature activities such as harvest games, pumpkin painting and raffles, as well as 22 km of trails. Mountain bike trail passes are available for $7 and a combination trail pass and unlimited lift ticket is available for $14 for the entire day. In addition, the 2005/06 Glen Eden Season passes are now on sale at the Main Chalet, with early bird discounts (season pass includes October chair lift rides).For more information, call 905-878-5011 or visit www.conservationhalton.on.ca

Get a bird's eye view of escarpment

News Nov 22, 2006 Flamborough Review

The Halton Conservation Authority is offering to give visitors a lift this month.

Guests at Kelso (Glen Eden) can observe the spectacular fall colours on the Niagara Escarpment from a unique perspective, as the HCA opens up the park's chairlift for rides along the escarpment brow each weekend from now until Halloween. Admission fee for the Fall Colour program is $7 for adults and seniors and $5 for kids aged 5-14 and includes park admission, tickets and a chairlift ticket.

Kelso, (Kelso Road north of Steeles Avenue west of Tremaine Road) will also feature activities such as harvest games, pumpkin painting and raffles, as well as 22 km of trails. Mountain bike trail passes are available for $7 and a combination trail pass and unlimited lift ticket is available for $14 for the entire day. In addition, the 2005/06 Glen Eden Season passes are now on sale at the Main Chalet, with early bird discounts (season pass includes October chair lift rides).For more information, call 905-878-5011 or visit www.conservationhalton.on.ca