Bruce Trail

Description

  1. Name Bruce Trail
  2. Length of trail 901 km, 560 miles
  3. Length in days 45 days
  4. Start of trail Tobermory
  5. End of trail Queenston
  6. Traildino grading MW, Moderate walk, backpacking trail
  7. Hut tour grading T1, Walk

Bruce Trail: Niagara Falls

Tobermory – Queenston, 900 km (560 miles)

Since the Bruce Trail runs through one of the most populated areas of Canada and explores one of the most amazing natural phenomena – the Niagara Escarpment – it is very popular. And yes, you will see the famous Niagara waterfalls, it’s all included! One of the nicest things about this long path in Ontario is the cooperation between numerous volunteers and subsidiary clubs that maintain the trail, sometimes in despair of those “hikers” disrespecting nature and private property.

On track you will come along many natural highlights, like the rocky shore of the Bruce peninsula, Lake Huron and Lake Ontario, the beautifull Webster Fall (better than Niagara?), farmland and forests.

The trail is for hiking only. You have the option of B&B's, hotels and camping.

So, get your eyes spoilt by spring greens, your feet frozen by winter snow, your ears blessed by autumn leafs!

Select some tracks
Bruce Trail, 1km
.Bruce Trail - Iroquoia section, 123km
.Bruce Trail - Niagara section, 72km
.Bruce Trail - Toronto section, 66km
.Bruce Trail - Caledon Hills section, 80km
.Bruce Trail - Dufferin Hi-Land section, 58km
.Bruce Trail - Blue Mountains section, 57km
.Bruce Trail - Beaver Valley section, 105km
.Bruce Trail - Sydenham section, 157km
.Bruce Trail - Peninsula section, 170km
The Bruce Trail, 3.7km
Bruce Trail, 165km

Map

Hiking Map Bruce Trail

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  • Here is a book for birdwatchers who wish to go beyond field identification. This wide-ranging essay collection, drawn from the author's avocational interest in ornithology, explores many avian topics that would otherwise be found in a shelf of resources. Here, for example, is ornithological history from Audubon and Wilson to Peterson and... Read more
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