Due to the special geological and natural environment that the Trail crosses, we ask all hikers to abide by the Trail User’s Code:
• Hike only along marked routes, especially on farmland; do not take shortcuts. • Do not climb fences, use the stiles. • Respect the privacy of people living along the trail. • Leave the Trail cleaner than you found it; carry out all litter. • Fires are not premitted along the trail; carry a lightweight stove. • Leave flowers and plants for others to enjoy. • Do not damage live trees of strip off bark. • Keep dogs on a leash, especially on or near farmland. • Protect and do not disturb wildlife. • Leave only your thanks and take nothing but photographs.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy and the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club rely on our membership to support our on-going efforts in maintaining the trail and preserving the Niagara Escarpment. Please consider a membership in the Bruce Trail Association to ensure the future of our beautiful Bruce Trail.

To become a member, please visit the Bruce Trail Conservancy  to fill out a membership application form.

Important News


Hike Change


Sun. Nov. 30 – North Oakville Ravines – Approx. 13 km.
Meet for a 10:00 am. start in the parking lot on the north side of the Scotia Bank on the east side of Trafalgar Rd., just north of Postridge Dr. (Not far from Tim Hortons). We will walk the lovely ravines on both sides of Trafalgar Rd. Bring a snack/ lunch or pick up a lunch when we get to the Trafalgar Rd./Iroquois Shore Rd. intersection. Pace: Medium. Terrain: Moderate. Optional pub stop afterwards. Leader: Phill Armstrong 905-337-3937


Sun. Feb. 15  –   Websters Falls to York Road   –   10 km.

Meet 10:00 am. in car park at intersection of York Road and Valley Road in Dundas (dog walking compound). We will car pool to Websters Falls and hike back.  Bring icers, water and snack.  Pace: medium. Terrain: moderate. Leader: Terry Rose. (905) 637-2918.

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