Welcome to the Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club!
The Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club is one of nine member Clubs of the Bruce Trail Conservancy – a charitable, membership-based, volunteer organization.
The Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club manages and maintains a 72 km section of the Bruce Trail from Cheltenham (near Terra Cotta) to Mono Cliffs (northeast of Orangeville), in addition to another 54 km of Side Trails. Volunteers in our Club organize and participate in numerous events including a hiking program, trail maintenance work parties, tree planting, Club socials, the annual Bruce Trail Day and an Annual General Meeting.
The Bruce Trail is a world-renowned hiking trail, within a conservation corridor, running over 800 km from Queenston Heights in the Niagara area to Tobermory at the top of the Bruce Peninsula. By establishing and maintaining the Bruce Trail , the Bruce Trail Conservancy and its members Clubs assure free public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
We invite you to become a member of the Bruce Trail Conservancy, with the Caledon Hills Club as your primary Club. Your membership helps us to maintain and secure the Bruce Trail for future generations.
We also invite you to join an organized hike. Please go to the Hiking section from the Home page to select your area of interest.
We have many volunteer opportunities for you to use your skills, meet new people with similar interests or learn new skills.
The Bruce Trail Reference Guide, containing detailed maps of the entire Bruce Trail, can be purchased from the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Bruce Trail Conservancy members receive a discount. The Bruce Trail Conservancy can be contacted at 1 800 665 4453 or www.brucetrail.org.
We’re close to nature and close to Home!