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Very scenic in places but a lot of road work to complete the full Caledon section.

Great hiking trail through forest and a good workout!

great run on this trail. I farted a lot during today's run.....kept the bears away !

The BTA does a great job of maintaining the trail. There are some lengthy sections without access to water so plan ahead if the weather is warm. I did only camping so it made for a couple of long days to reach the next campground. Started in Wharton then to Cape Croker to McKays Harbour to Reed's Dump to Mountain Trout Camp to Cypress Lake and finished off to Tobermory. Actual terminus of Bruce Trail another few meters past the GPS coordinates of this map but otherwise accurate when we hiked it.

5 months ago

its great

Nice multi species treed trail, lots crossing creeks and brooks, varied elevations, mini water falls, spectacular views of lake Ontario, Trillium flowers, great trail for warmer weather, well shaded.

Really beautiful, no waterfalls but great hike

Great scenic views and lots to do around town

Sunday, August 13, 2017

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.

Lovely wooded walk with parts along a river.

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.

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.


off road driving
Saturday, March 19, 2016

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

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Great scenery in an unexpected area. We were able to see swans, snakes, chipmunks and frogs all at once. I would definetly recommend this trail as a nice trail for someone who does not have a lot of time to spare.

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