Bruce Trail

Hikers’ paradise on the edge of the Escarpment

The oldest and longest marked hiking trail in Canada, the Bruce Trail follows the edge of the Niagara Escarpment for nearly 900 km.

Its topography changes accordingly; the trail meanders past stunning waterfalls and centuries-old coniferous trees. Hikers will want to make the Bruce Trail a major stop on their travels.

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Bruce Trail, Ontario, Canada

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Ranked #659 of 4,729 things to do in Ontario

theranp

Durban, South Africa

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This trail is considered the longest hiking trail in the world and by far one of the most beautiful. Had the opportunity to trek a section of the +800km trail. If you are into nature and hiking then...

nick c

Ontario, Canada

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We have been hiking the Bruce Trail for many years and i still get excited to go everyday. We live 5 mins from the trail in Halton and we go rain, shine, or snow. It is well maintained with...

Doug G

Collingwood, Canada

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Ive lived up in Collingwood for several years and just now have gotten around to walking this trail ... It is spectacular ( more rugged that the Georgian Trail so bring hiking shoes ) the bridges are...

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