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The Bruce Trail is a 890km/553mi trail in Ontario that extends from the Niagara River in Queenston to the tip of Tobermory. The trail is subdivided in to 9 separate sections, and each section is maintained by a subsidiary club of the Bruce Trail Conservancy.

The Bruce Trail Map

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!

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
3 months ago

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

mountain biking
3 months ago