Bruce Trail

Hikers’ paradise on the edge of the Escarpment

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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 #666 of 4,668 things to do in Ontario

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...

leahkashouty

Buford, Georgia

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We hiked a section of the trail up to Metcalfe Crevice and beyond. Beautiful scenery and dogs allowed.

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