Blazing & Trail Use
Permitted Uses of the Bruce Trail
The Bruce Trail is a public footpath running from Niagara to Tobermory. It is entirely built and maintained by volunteers for the purpose of protecting the Niagara Escarpment, the most significant landform in southern Ontario.
The Bruce Trail is a footpath.Bicycles, motorized vehicles, and horses are not allowed except along road sections of the Trail and in those few areas where explicit permission is posted. This applies to both the main Trail (marked with white blazes) and Side Trails (blue blazes).
Trail reroutes and other changes are common on the Bruce Trail
Blazes always take precedence over the route shown on maps.
For more information please visit the Bruce Trail website.