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Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club Summer/Fall 2019 Newsletter

News and Events

Melodonna Side TrailNew Melodonna Side Trail

The Dufferin Hi-Land Trails Division is pleased to announce the opening of the new Melodonna Side Trail. It is located between km 38.5 and km 39.5 of the Main Trail. The trail is 1.3 km. long and provides a loop of 2.2 km. when combined with the Main Trail, a “balloon on a string” loop of 3.6 km. from the parking at the junction of Prince of Wales Rd. and 15 Sideroad in Mulmur and a “figure eight” loop of 7 km. when combined with the Kilgorie Side Trail Loop.

Come Down From Up River

Join Us On October 16th For Our Annual Theatre Orangeville Pre-Screening Event!

This years show is Come Down From Up River. $30.00 per ticket when you mention you have been referred by the Dufferin Bruce Trail Club.  Click on the image to the left for further information or to order tickets.





Join us for our member appreciation night!

For more info and to register, please click here to visit our Eventbrite page.


Learn about our trees!

Visit our Splitrock property and learn all about the trees that are available there. We have created a Tree Trail for you to visit and learn about our trees.  You can find more information on our Tree Trail page.

Do you think you can complete our new Orienteering Course?

Check out the wonderful Bibbulmun Track Friendship Trail and try out your orienteering skills at the same time.  We have created a new orienteering challenge for all ages to try and complete.  Simply visit our Orienteering Hike Page, grab the coordinates list, and complete the challenge by coming back and entering the challenge phrase which is unveiled by successfully completing the course.  Upon completion, you will be presented with a personalized certificate that you can print out and add to your collection.

Are you a Treasure Hiker?

Yes?  Here is your chance to complete the Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club’s Children’s Treasure Hike.  Simply print out the Treasure Map, head off to Splitrock Narrows (directions below), and find all the plaques that are located on the map.  Be sure to write a description of each plaque down and then come back to this page to fill in the form.  If you find all 10 plaques/treasures, we will send you a free “Take a Hike” button so everyone knows that you are one of the best treasure hikers around.