Your local connection to the Bruce Trail

Nine Bruce Trail Clubs support The Bruce Trail Conservancy. Each Club manages a section of the Bruce Trail and is responsible for maintaining, stewarding and promoting that section.

All Club activities are overseen by volunteers and include:

  • Organized hikes and other special events
  • Trail maintenance
  • Land stewardship
  • Public education
  • Landowner relations
  • Newsletter and website editing
  • many more...


Choosing a Club

When you become a member with the Bruce Trail Conservancy, you are a member of the Conservancy AND one local Club.

Most members choose to belong to a Club that is closest to their home.

If you wish to be a member of more than one Bruce Trail Club, you can add "Additional Clubs" for a reduced price. This is a great option for cottagers or others who regularly travel between two or more favorite areas of the trail.
 

Find a Club: Explore our interactive map

Club Hiking Programs

Clubs offer more than 1500 hikes each year for BTC members. Many also make some hikes available to the public.

Club websites:

Niagara Bruce Trail Club
Queenston to Grimsby
www.niagarabrucetrailclub.org

Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club
Grimsby to Kelso
www.iroquoia.on.ca

Toronto Bruce Trail Club
Kelso to Cheltenham
www.torontobrucetrailclub.org
Subscribe to E-Notes 

Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club
Cheltenham to Mono Centre
www.caledonbrucetrail.org
Subscribe to Cal E-News

Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club
Mono Centre to Lavender
www.dufferinbrucetrailclub.org

Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club
Lavender to Craigleith
www.bmbtc.org

Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club
Craigleith to Blantyre
www.beavervalleybrucetrail.org

Sydenham Bruce Trail Club
Blantyre to Wiarton
www.sydenhambrucetrail.ca

Peninsula Bruce Trail Club
Wiarton to Tobermory
www.pbtc.ca