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The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club is one of nine regional clubs of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. This membership organization governs and coordinates maintenance and public relations for the Bruce Trail. A world-renowned Hiking Trail winding 782km from Queenston on the Niagara Peninsula, to Tobermory at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula, the Bruce Trail boasts picturesque views, scenic landscapes and 290km of additional side trails.

Membership in the Bruce Trail Conservancy helps us in our goal to preserve and protect the Niagara Escarpment and the flora and fauna of this unique habitat. As well as other membership benefits, members receive The Bruce Trail News, a quarterly publication of the Association, and The Iroquoian, the quarterly newsletter of our Club.

The Iroquoia Club is responsible for the maintenance and planning of the125km section of Bruce Trail from Grimsby to Kelso, plus another 40km of Side Trails. The Club also offers an assortment of hikes and activities, organized by volunteer members.

We welcome you to explore with us the beauty and wonder of the Niagara Escarpment and the Bruce Trail.

Here are some PAST editions of our CLUB NEWSLETTER

The Iroquoian Newsletter – WINTER 2017

The Iroquoian Newsletter – FALL 2017

The Iroquoian Newsletter – SUMMER 2017

The Iroquoian Newsletter – SPRING 2017

The Iroquoian Newsletter – WINTER 2016 


Official Iroquoia Club End to End

2017 October 14, 15 October 21, 22

The annual Iroquoia Club End to End consists of four hikes over two

weekends and will take place on October 14, 15 and October 21, 22, 2017. The section is approximately 122.5 km. long and each hike averages 30 km. or more with one being 27.2. This is a challenging, but richly rewarding series of hikes. All hikes will start between 7:45 to 8:00 am. at predetermined locations.

A bus will take all participants to the start of the hike. Space is limited to the number of people on the bus. Volunteers will be at “check points” with water and snacks along the way. There is no leader. The hike will be completed independently and at your own pace, but it is expected that participants will be able to finish by 5:00 pm.

The registration fee is $45 ($60 for non-­‐BTC members) for all four hikes, or $15 per day that you wish to hike. The fee covers the cost of transportation, entry to Mount Nemo Conservation Area for two days, snacks and receiving a Waterfall badge for those who complete all four hikes. Hikes will go rain or shine.

The first weekend meeting location is at Mount Nemo Conservation Area (overflow parking area), 5317 Guelph Line, Milton, ON L9T 2X6. Check in is at 7:00 am. with buses departing at 7:30 am.

The second weekend meeting location is Mohawk 4 Ice Centre, 710 Mountain Brow Blvd. Hamilton, ON L8T 5A9. Check in is at 7:00 am. with buses departing at 7:30 am.




For more information visit  or contact Suzanne Macpherson by email at  or after September 1 by phone (905) 331-­‐7317.



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