Notice Nov 25/2020 – Effective immediately, the organized group hiking program is being put on pause until further notice
UPDATE: October 12, 2020 / Hiking Registration Process
1. Go to the Bruce Trail Conservancy website brucetrail.org and “click on the HikeSchedule” tab.
2. Click on “Hike Calendar”. A monthly calendar shows all the hikes being offered
by the 9 clubs. Caledon Hills are colour-coded dark green.
3. Scroll over a hike you’re interested in. There will be a link in the hike description
which will allow you to register. It will also state how many spots are available
4. Fill out and submit the online waiver/registration form. You will require your
valid BTC membership number. You will receive a confirmation email.
5. *NEW* In the event that you cannot go on a hike that you have pre-registered for
please email our Hike Director, Rob Martin, at email@example.com and he will
“unregister” you in order to open up a spot for another hiker.
With nearly 900 km of main trail and more than 400 km of side trails, the Bruce Trail is one of the oldest and longest continuous footpaths in Canada. Following the Niagara Escarpment, it weaves its way from Niagara to Tobermory through some of the most beautiful scenery in Ontario.
We welcome all hikers to join our scheduled hikes and special events, however if you are not already a member of the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC), we encourage you to consider becoming a member. Your membership would support the establishment of 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.
Our organized hikes have been classified according to type (Introductory, General, Tuesday) or badge (End-to-End, Sideways). We also organize Bed & Breakfast hiking trips twice a year. If you prefer to go on your own, the Self-guided Hikes section has a few ideas for you.
You can also browse hike listings from all 9 Bruce Trail Clubs in one convenient online location on the Bruce Trail Conservancy website, brucetrail.org.