Bruce Trail Day
Bruce Trail Day is an annual event celebrating Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, hosted by the Bruce Trail Conservancy and each of its nine Bruce Trail Clubs. Each Club of the
Bruce Trail Day is an annual event celebrating Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, hosted by the Bruce Trail Conservancy and each of its nine Bruce Trail Clubs.
Each Club of the Bruce Trail Conservancy is hosting free guided hikes and family activities to help you explore the Bruce Trail and discover the amazing variety of life along the Niagara Escarpment.
Come and learn about our year-round hiking programs, trail maintenance opportunities, and what we are doing to establish a conservation corridor from Niagara to Tobermory.
Click on a location for more information:
- Niagara Section: Niagara College (Glendale Campus, Niagara-on-the-Lake)
- Iroquoia Section: City View Park (Burlington)
- Toronto Section: Terra Cotta Conservation Area (Halton Hills, NW of Georgetown)
[FREE shuttle bus from Toronto to Bruce Trail Day at Terra Cotta]
- Toronto Section (Halton Hills): Limehouse (Halton Hills, W of Georgewtown)
- Caledon Hills Section: Forks of the Credit Provincial Park (Caledon, S of Orangeville)
- Dufferin Hi-Land Section: Mono Cliffs Provincial Park (Mono, NE of Orangeville)
- Blue Mountains Section: Blue Mountain (Blue Mountains, W of Collingwood)
- Beaver Valley Section: Kimberley Springs (Wodehouse, Beaver Valley)
- Sydenham Section: Spirit Rock (Wiarton)
- Peninsula Section: Cape Dundas (Bruce Peninsula, between Wiarton and Lion’s Head)
(Sunday) 1:00 am - 1:00 am