30 July 2016

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Outdoor Adventure :: Hiking

Hike the Bruce Trail

Whether for an hour, a day or a week, be sure to spend some quality time hiking or backpacking Canada's oldest and longest footpath.  The Bruce Trail provides the only public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. For most of its length, the trail is a rugged footpath and in numerous situations it provides spectacular views over Georgian Bay.  Backcountry campsites are located along the trail (see map for details and locations).  The Bruce Trail is a rugged wilderness trail.  Please don't hike alone, take a map, carry lots of food and water and wear sturdy footwear.


Collingwood to Tobermory

See the Bruce Trail Guide for the location of trails and pertinent details

T. 905-529-6821 / 1-800-665-4453


Eagle Adventure Experiences

Unique experiences in customized guided outdoor adventures.

Collingwood , ON

T. 705-888-2551   /905-339-8501


Explorer's Tread

Specializing in hiking, backpacking, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking, snowshoeing and winter camping, Explorer's Tread is the only full service outdoor adventure guiding, facilitating and educating business on the Bruce Peninsula offering half-day, full-day and multi-day outdoor adventures. 


T. 519270-8461


Home to Home B & B Network

If you want to hike the Bruce Trail but don’t like sleeping on the ground or carrying heavy packs, then try a Home-to-Home B&B Network to experience your adventure. These B&B operators will transport your suitcase and belongings to the next B&B on your trip and return you to your car when you have completed your journey.

Wiarton to Tobermory

T. 1-888-301-3224


Bruce Trail Hike Ontario, Canada

Georgian Bay, Ontario, Canada Credit: GreatSandBay
Bruce Trail Hike Ontario, Canada

Bruce Trail Hike Ontario, Canada

Bruce Trail

Bruce Trail

Bruce Trail hiking the Bruce Peninsula

Bruce Trail hiking the Bruce Peninsula

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