December Christmas Tree Sales

Santa Claus is coming to town in parades all around us this weekend, so it’s time to start thinking about trimming the Christmas tree and decking the halls. Are you planning on getting a real tree this year?  If so, why not buy one through our fundraiser at Hockleycrest Farm, Airport Road 4.4 km north of Hwy. … Read more

Winter Hikes Added

The hiking season doesn’t end when the leaves have all fallen!  To help keep you out on the trail this winter, we’ve added to our schedules for the following types of hikes: Introductory General Tuesday Sideways Please check our website for new hikes, as we will continue to add them throughout the season. We now … Read more

Did You Hike-a-thon?

The Bruce Trail Hike-a-thon was a month-long fundraising event supporting the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC).  Participants set a personal hiking goal, sought sponsorship from friends and family, and then hiked the Bruce Trail throughout the month of October. The Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club’s Instagram Co-ordinator, Christine Elliott, participated this year, setting a personal goal … Read more

CHBTC Launches New Website

The Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club is pleased to welcome you to its new website, launched on October 31, 2016! You’ll see the familiar features you were accustomed to on our old site, plus many new ones, including: Pages to tell you about the club’s important roles in Land Stewardship and Trail Development & Maintenance A blog … Read more

2016 Fall B&B Outing

This year’s fall Bed & Breakfast outing was held on October 24th and 25th in the Wiarton area. On Monday the group hiked the trail on the north side of Colpoy’s Bay, starting at the Crawford Lake Side Trail. They then joined the main trail at the Mallory Beach Side Trail, and continued on it through Spirit Rock … Read more

Hockley Heights Step-over

When the Town of Mono had loggers thin out some woodlots this summer, we had to re-route part of Hockley Heights Side Trail.  When it re-opened, a new gate made access difficult.  A new step-over was recently installed to keep ATVs out, but make it easier for hikers.   Thank you Fred and Norm! Info … Read more

Vandalism Hits Trail Sign

This photo taken by our volunteer trail workers shows what someone with a cross bow did to an Access sign at the start of the trail on Willoughby Rd. A disturbing bit of vandalism.   Photo Credit:  Joan Richard

Fundraiser on the Right Track!

And it’s no wonder:  even the overcast sky and occasional light rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of the 62 participants, including 6 children, aboard the Credit Valley Explorer!  We sold out our train car and raised in total $1,385 for the Bruce Trail Conservancy. The train left the station in Orangeville for a 3-hour ride down … Read more

Fall Colours End to End Popular and Successful Again

A successful event requires a lot of organization and the help of many reliable volunteers. The hikers enjoyed great refreshment stops along the way.  And everyone was in great cheer. The numbers: Hikers registered: 129 2 day badges awarded: 36 3 day badges awarded: 27 Regular section badges awarded: 5 Highlights (not in order): Colleen’s … Read more