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 #726 of 5,294 things to do in Ontario

katei2013

Mississauga, Canada

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Very hard to fin the trail access and where to park the car. Paid $19 to take the gondola up for some of the trail at Blur Mountain. Saw some trail maps on line but couldn’t find where to park...

joffrefaria

Toronto, Canada

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We took the trail just outside of Lion's Head downtown, and we didn't expect to see what we saw. The trail took us to the top of the rock, where the "head of the lion" sits. The view from up there is...

Salmylou

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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We're quite experienced hikers but felt this track was more challenging than expected also it became very slippery in the rain. Be careful on the rocks, I fell twice despite wearing firm hiking...

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