Mono Cliffs Provincial Park

Mono Cliffs Park lies within the rural town of Mono, in Southern Ontario, Canada, along the Bruce Trail. It is part of the Niagara Escarpment Parks System, and the escarpment Biosphere Reserve.

Natural features

Rock faces: As the name suggests, the park has a number of cliff faces along the Niagara Escarpment itself. Along the Cliff Top Trail is a sturdy set of stairs which descend about 30m down the rock face to a wooden path that runs between the cliff face and a small outlier, providing excellent views of the rock, ferns, and cedars. Caving, rock climbing, bouldering, and scrambling are not permitted anywhere in the park.

Also along the Cliff Top Trail is a viewing platform that extends out over the cliff edge, with a great view to the north east across the park to the farms beyond.

Large Outliers: There are two large ‘outliers’ that have been separated from the main escarpment edge.

Water features: In the north west corner of the park is McCarston’s Lake. There are also a number of streams and smaller ponds throughout the park, the largest just below the viewing platform.

Directions to start line: Click on Google icon at bottom left corner of map then click directions on Google maps.