Hiking the Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail is Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath spanning approximately 895 kms in length from Niagara to Tobermory. The Bruce Trail provides the only continuous public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. In addition to the main trail, there are also 435 kms of associated side trails for you to enjoy. More specifically, the Bruce Trail that runs along the Bruce Peninsula is the most remote and challenging section of the 895 km trail. However, it is also the most scenic as well, offering breathtaking views of Georgian Bays pristine deep blue waters, white cliffs and green vegetation. Maps of the trail can be found on either of the two websites below, by downloading the mobile app, or at participating local retailers. Due to the Bruce Peninsula’s section of the Bruce Trail being more remote and challanging, it is recommended to view the maps available, view the website provided to understand the trail blazes and review the trail safety tips and dress appropriately.

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