By Guest Blogger Ross McLean Kristina Zeromskiene in the spring Caledon Comment mentioned her pleasure in “viewing new beautiful sections of Trail, and touring newly acquired properties for the first time.” I share her passion to experience new trails across Bruce Trail lands. I began to think about my personal dreams for 2018 hikes, and … Read more My Hiking Dreams For 2018
By Guest Blogger Bob Ferguson, CHBTC President Happy New Year everyone! As we look ahead to 2018 it’s a good time to reflect on the many successes from the past year, and take a fresh look at the challenges of next year. One of the highlights of 2017 for me was to attend the Bruce … Read more President’s 2018 New Year’s Message
By Guest Blogger Ross McLean In June 2017, the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) received its largest land donation, 230 acres at Cape Dundas in the Bruce Peninsula. The donor was invited to explain his rationale for this gift at the fall 2017 BTC Donors’ Night. He began with a photo entitled “Pale Blue Dot”. It … Read more Why We Must Continue to Secure Escarpment Lands
This October is the fourth year that the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) is running a hike-a-thon. Curious about the concept of hike-a-thons, I took a stroll through the internet to see who else was doing them. The results were interesting, in that while I got quite a few hits from clubs around North America, almost … Read more What’s a Hike-a-thon?