Start your New Year right with a hike with the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club Dundas Valley Trail Centre 650 Governor’s Rd., Dundas Bring your family, friends, and neighbours for a free, enjoyable winter afternoon walk with the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club. All walks will start from the Trail Centre at 12:30 p.m on January 1st. […]
Please check for changes or cancellations to group hikes before heading out. Here are the changes to our Winter Hike Schedule: none to report at this time
Guest Blogger: Kelly Watt is a writer, walker and the author of Camino Meditations. She walked the Camino de Santiago in 2008, and leads meditation walks on the Bruce Trail. Ever since Hippocrates claimed that ‘walking is man’s best medicine,’ the physical benefits of walking have been well documented. But lately science has been focussing […]
Thanks to all that participated in Bruce Trail Day on September 30th… Welcome to our new members and thanks to all the volunteers and participants in our guided hikes and invasive species removal.
Back by popular demand…new stock of Iroquoia Bruce Trail Buffs are for sale, including a new colour (grey). ONLY available IN STORE at MOUNTAIN EQUIPMENT CO-OP on Brant St, in Burlington ON. Thanks to MEC for their support. All proceeds go to support the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club.
By Lyne Desforges Registered Holistic Nutritionist www.cestlaviewellness.ca The Japanese call it shinrin-yoku, which translates literally to “forest bath”. So what exactly is forest bathing? Quite simply, it is being immersed in nature and connecting with it through all five senses: sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch. By engaging with your surroundings, you get closer to […]
By Lyne Desforges Registered Holistic Nutritionist www.cestlaviewellness.ca There are many benefits to exercising. Hiking is a great way to get your body moving and your spirit soaring. The human body works best when it is moving. However, after long hikes or excessive exercising, there may be some discomfort including muscle soreness and leg cramping. Leg […]
By Joe Gould It did not occur to me that inviting my wife Constance out for a visit to Webster Falls and along to Dundas Peak would return to me more than I intended that morning. Just getting over from her day surgery, a good walk was just the thing to get us up, out, […]