Find these treasures on the Bruce Trail
in the Caledon Hills Section (from Cheltenham to Mono Centre).

Back to all Bruce Trail Cachestreasure map

 

    Name
Description
Google Map*   Bruce Trail Map* Location: Lat/Long Parking: Lat/Long
12   Devil's Pulpit Devil's Pulpit was named for the prominent rock formation in the area. It is a magnificent place from which to take in views of the valley at Forks of the Credit.

If you climb down the steep stairs and continue through the large boulders, you will soon be at the start of the Ring Kiln Side Trail, which leads to the Hoffman Lime Kiln.


Google
Map

    15 43.801025
-79.988079
43.80021
-79.987052
13   Hoffman Lime kiln There is an interpretive sign explaining the history of the Hoffman Lime Kiln and this magnificent ruin, tucked deep into the forest. Google
Map

  15
43.801106
-79.993084
43.803809
-79.993002
14   Waterfall and interpretive platform at Cataract In 1885 the grist mill at Cataract was purchased by John Deagle, who in 1899 turned it into a hydro generating plant. It was in operation until 1947. Interpretive signs explain more about the interesting history in this area. The viewing platform at the waterfall is about an hour's pleasant walk from the Forks of the Credit Parking Lot. Google
Map

  15
43.820987
-80.022052
43.824871
-80.004031
15   Pagoda at the Tai Chi centre This lovely spot nestled in the deep woods offers a sheltered rest stop for weary hikers. Google
Map

  18
43.977437
-79.985617
 43.974055
-79.984988