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All Hikes Are Cancelled


In light of the deepening global pandemic the Toronto Bruce Trail Club has made the preemptive decision to cancel all hikes.

We have a responsibility to our members and to everybody to work together to protect the health and safety of all members of our society.

Diversity

The Toronto Bruce Trail Club stands in solidarity with the Black/African Canadian community in the fight against systemic racism and injustice. We are committed to helping build a nation where everyone is included and is treated with dignity and respect and lives free from violence and fear.

The Toronto Bruce Trail Club is working to identify and engage with organizations in the Black/African Canadian community focused on combating systemic racism as well as those organizations dedicated to expanding educational and economic opportunities for Black/African Canadians.

The Toronto Bruce Trail Club is requesting to meet with and present information to these organizations and their members about the therapeutic benefits of the hiking experience. The goal is to raise awareness of who we are and to be inclusive, so that our membership reflects the multicultural diversity of our city.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update - January 15, 2021

With news of Ontario's stay-at-home order effective January 14, the Bruce Trail Conservancy office & store is closed to the public, although product orders can be shipped. Hiking programs are not operating, but most of the Bruce Trail remains open to local foot traffic. Be responsible and stay local when exploring the trail. For safety guidelines while hiking read more here.
David Royle
Hiking Director
Toronto Bruce Trail Club

Toronto Bruce Trail Club ~ Celebrating 50 Years

At the Toronto Bruce Trail Club, we have a dual mandate of supporting the Bruce Trail Conservancy in securing and preserving this magnificent footpath, and offering a variety of hiking experiences so everyone can enjoy it. Our dedicated team of volunteer's maintain 50km of main trails plus many amazing side trails in the Halton Hills area, and our trained volunteer Hike Leaders lead hundreds of hikes each year across the entire Niagara Escarpment. We invite you to join us!
Secure and Conserve
Toronto Bruce Trail
"Here stands a rugged, beautiful continuum of rocks, waterfalls, greenery and recreational opportunity that must be preserved in its entirety for us and the future." Ray Lowes, Volume 1, Number 2, Bruce Trail News, September 1963.

The Bruce Trail Conservancy is a charitable organization committed to establishing a conservation corridor containing a public footpath along the Niagara Escarpment, in order to protect its natural ecosystems and to promote environmentally responsible public access to this UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
Let's Hike
Toronto Bruce Trail
Thousands of hikers enjoy the beauty of the Bruce Trail every year. The Toronto Bruce Trail club offers nearly 400 hikes each year and offer a variety of ways to get there. Car and bus explore the entire the entire Niagara Escarpment, from Queenston Heights to Tobermory. Urban walks explore nature close to home.

There are fast paced, all day hikes for ambitious hikers, slow paced, short hikes for hikers who want to enjoy the trails at a more leisurely pace, and everything in between.