New for 2017! Historical Hike Badge:
To earn this special 150th birthday badge you must complete all the hikes listed below, either on your own or on an organized hike. You will have fun looking for the location of the required photo location/ item, to be included when you send in your log for each hike.
Nature Hunter Badge:
This badge is for students experiencing the Bruce Trail.
You can earn this badge by hiking all of the main trails (white blazed) in the Caledon Section:
1. on your own or with a friend;
2. on guided hikes listed in the newsletter or on the website, or any End to End Hikes.
This is the second in our series of flower badges.
This special badge will be awarded on the completion of all 4 clusters of hikes which includes 14 side trails. These are the side trails in Forks of the Credit, Hockleycrest, Hockley Heights and Hockley Valley.
These can be done on your own or on a guided hike, or a combination of on your own and through organized hikes.
Fall Colors Badge Two Day End-to-End:
This badge is awarded upon completion of the Club organized two day end-to-end held annually over the Thanksgiving weekend.
The registration fee of $20.00 covers the cost of bus transportation, refreshments and the badge. Details of this year’s event can be found at: 2016 CHBTC End-to-End.
Fall Colors Badge Three Day End-to-End:
The registration fee of $25.00 covers the cost of bus transportation, refreshments and the badge. Details of this year’s event can be found at: 2016 CHBTC End-to-End.
Badges can be requested by submitting your hiking log including date, distance of hike, location and your companions along with $5 to the Hike Coordinator; address below. Please make cheques payable to the Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club. Include your return address. You can also include other information such as companions, the weather, the condition of the trail, or whatever else you noticed, as you wish, to make it interesting.
Hike Coordinator, Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club
6 Lombardy Cr