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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

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News and Events

Dufferin Hi-Land BTC 2017 End-to-End Events
In 2017, Dufferin Hi-Land BTC will offer two challenging ways to hike the full 56.3 km of Main Trail. The dates are:
May 13-14, 2017: Two-Day End-to-End
June 24: One-Day End-to-End
Details and registration information will be posted on this website when available and in the Spring editions of Dufferin Hi-Land Views newsletter and Bruce Trail Magazine.

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Bruce Trail Hike-A-Thon  Click on the logo above for details.

This winter the Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club will again offer its Winter Badge. The four hikes required to earn this badge include both leisurely and moderate pace options in some of Dufferin’s most beautiful areas. Our popular moonlight hikes will be held on January 14 and February 11, 2017. Daytime hikes are scheduled for January 21 and February 25. Snowshoes or icers are strongly recommended for all hikes.
Full details are available on the Hike Schedule page.
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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 GOAL of the BTC set forth 50 years ago: A corridor of protected land along the Niagara Escarpment and the PLAN set forth at that time: Build a footpath to show the public the need for Escarpment protection.

 

One of Nine Member Clubs of the Bruce Trail Conservancy

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