Dufferin Bruce Trail Club is one of the nine member clubs in the Bruce Trail Conservancy and is a non profit organization that is operated by volunteers. The club members are Stewards of the Bruce Trail and side trails; here is a list of our activities.
- Organize Hikes and events
- Maintain and build the Dufferin Hi-Land trail section
- Public Education
- News Letter production and Web Site Maintenance
- Landowner relations
- Land stewardship
Download the Spring Newsletter HERE
2015 -16 Spring Hi-Land Views News Letter and Hike Schedule
Registrations still available for the following event
Saturday, May 28, 9:00 am–2:00 pm:
New Friendship Trail Opening – Bibbulmun Track – Australia
Please join us on May 28th, at the official opening of the Bibbulmun Track Friendship Trail on the Bruce Trail in the Dufferin Hi-Land Club section. The Friendship Trail will be a loop starting at the BTC Parking Lot 1st Line East, Mulmur Township, km 29.4 BT Reference Guide Edition 28, the hike will follow the Main Trail to the second junction of the Oliver Creek Side Trail, looping back to the parking lot along the Moss Haven side trail. The hike is approximately 7km. We will meet at the parking lot at 9:30am.
A bagged lunch will be provided at the Friendship Trail opening. To register for the hike, or for more information, please contact Jackie Randle at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 905 525 1978. Pre-registration by the Monday before the event is required to receive a complimentary lunch.
The Bruce Trail Hike-a-thon is a month-long fundraising event supporting the Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) 50th Anniversary Milestones Project. Participants set a personal hiking goal, seek sponsorship from friends and family, and then hike the Bruce Trail throughout the month of October.
Join us October 2, 2016 for the Kick-Off Event.
Click here for details.
For information on being a Volunteer – HERE
Post your photos on the Club’s Flickr Site
News and Events
The Dufferin Hi-Land 20 Km Challenge is Back!
After a one year hiatus to make room in our schedule for the 50 Km Challenge, the 20 Km Challenge will be held on Saturday, June 11. Whether you are challenging yourself to hike farther than you’ve ever gone before, to improve on your personal best time for this event or just to make it up and down the many hills of the Boyne Valley section, this event offers you a great workout, spectacular scenery and the tastiest checkpoint on the Bruce Trail! For details and registration information, click HERE.