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Great scenic views and lots to do around town

I've completed the trail from Queenstown to Short Hills Provincial Park thus far. Overall the trail is awesome and provides some challenging sections. Yes there is some urban walking (St. Catharines, etc) but it's worth enduring those stretches to get back into the woods. Would definitely recommend to anyone looking to get into hiking.

The Bruce Trail path changes and the AllTrails map may not be completely accurate. As long as you follow the proper Bruce Trail blazes (white for main trail and blue for side trails) you will be fine. It's supposed to be an adventure after-all!

Great Fall and great fall colors....

One of my favorite trails, almost always see a few deer

Nice forest trail - not as much rock as some other parts of the Bruce trail so a bit of a break for your feet. The views are just OK though (compared to the elevated views from the trail section that starts at halfway log dump road).

Good trail, not too difficult. Nice lookouts views.

Very beautiful trail with many scenic lookout points.

Weekend will see a lot of people, but good cardio workout for short afternoon jaunt and some nice wiews of rapids. unfortunately people do not pack out their trash.

trail running
7 months ago

Great trail, but the map is not accurate, several straight lines indicate the route recording was off then,


The best

Loved this trail! Will definitely return again!

We did just a section of this trail. We started at Little Cove as there is a parking area there and got about 2/3's to Loon Lake before turning back. We hiked for about 3.5 hrs. Great trail, great views of the water and rocky shoreline. Great and less busy alternative to the Grotto.

My son and I hiked this trail in 2.5 hours. It was so beautiful and peaceful. We really enjoyed this trail.

10 months ago

Great hike.

Saturday, February 25, 2017

it was nice but from where I started we didn't see much we were up on a higher platform and there was houses below us, didn't give a nature feel, it was a nice hike but didn't see much

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Beautiful views, bit difficult but worth the hike

mountain biking
Wednesday, October 12, 2016

After taking the kids to Waterdown to do some trail riding i was disappointed to find out that there are no Bikes allowed on the Bruce Trail. There is a sign at the trailhead, yet this site has it tagged as a great mountain biking destination.

Sunday, October 09, 2016

Amazing landscape and interesting terrain. The hike isn't particularly strenuous, but some parts require scrambling, especially along the shoreline.

Lovely wooded walk with parts along a river.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Great trial!!!! I love it. Although it's pretty easy to get lost. The trail isn't marked as good as it could be

So pretty!

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Disclaimer: I live on the west coast and am spoiled. Lots of remote, wild hiking basically on my doorstep.

This is more of a greenway walk than a hike. You're never out of earshot of the din of urban living, be it the Parkway or the golf course. Garbage abounds. Dogs. Bikes. The "waterfalls" are more like ephemeral streams falling over a ledge. In the mid-July heat, they are a closer relative to Chinese water torture than Niagara.

All that to say, it's a decent walk.

Friday, July 01, 2016


Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Lots of great views

Thursday, June 23, 2016

This trail is actually 900 kilometres in length. It starts in Queenston Ontario and runs to Tobermory Ontario in the North. It follows the Niagara Escarpment with numerous elevation changes. Excellent hike.

Thursday, June 09, 2016

A breathtaking view of our great Mother Nature!!


off road driving
Saturday, March 19, 2016

Was ok.
Better to drive the trail cuz I'm lazy

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