The Bruce Trail
The beautiful Bruce Trail spans an amazing 890 Kilometers—from the Niagara River to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula at Tobermory, Ontario.
Following along the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, hikers will come across diverse sites such as scenic views, waterfalls, streams, wildlife habitats, beaches, villages, and towns.
The Bruce trail is also one of the 13 UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves in Canada.
A meeting between Robert Bateman and Ray Lowes of the Federation of Ontario Naturalists in 1959 is where the idea for the trail was born.
Please visit the following websites for more information about the Bruce Trail: