Get out and enjoy all the wonderful hiking Iroquoia has to offer during the winter. Keep up with your hiking through the winter and be ready for spring. The Iroquoia Winter End to End Badge is earned by hiking during the current winter season only (ie. December 21, 2018 – March 20, 2019). To receive […]
Our Annual General Meeting is set for Saturday, May 4th, 2019. The meeting will be held at St. James United Church – 309 Parkside Dr., Waterdown Come on out, meet other members and learn about the club! We are offering Two PRE-MEETING HIKES: 1 Hour Hike: Depart at 10:30 – Meet at the Church parking lot 2 Hour Hike: Depart […]
Hike Events Coordinator The Iroquoia Bruce Trail has a number of hike events during the year that need to be organized. They are New Years Day Hike (January), Bruce Trail Day (September), Steeltown Stomp (shared with the Niagara BTC in September), Annual General Meeting hikes (June) and possibly more at the request of the community. […]
Excellent news…the purchase of the Fisher’s Pond Nature Reserve was completed in December 2018, permanently preserving 87 acres of significant Niagara Escarpment habitat in Burlington. This was made possible with funds from generous BTC donors. Click here for more information.
Thanks to all that participated in the New Year’s Day hikes… Close to 200 hikers turned out to start the year off right with a hike in Dundas Valley. Here are some pictures from the event. Happy hiking in 2019!
Please note the following closures: The Dofasco Trail is closed between 5th Road East and 8th Road East in upper Stoney Creek due to maintenance. This closure is expected to last until March 30, 2019. For Bruce Trail closures and re-routes, click here
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.