We are the Bruce Trail Conservancy
We protect and steward land along the Niagara Escarpment and make it available to explore by foot along the magnificent Bruce Trail.Learn About Us
Explore the Trail
Canada's oldest and longest marked footpath - 900 km from Niagara to Tobermory - the Bruce Trail connects you to the wonders of the Niagara Escarpment.View Trail Map
Bruce Trail Conservancy hopes new Trail Ambassadors will help encourage responsible hiking
On the Bruce Trail this summer, you’ll see a few new faces helping with onsite education. The Bruce Trail Conservancy has hired six Trail Ambassadors to perform visitor outreach and...
Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
The Bruce Trail Conservancy has crafted a land acknowledgement statement as an important early step towards reconciliation and developing stronger relationships with Indigenous peoples of the Niagara Escarpment. The Bruce...
Devastation at local Nature Reserve leads to enhanced security
The Bruce Trail Conservancy is pleading to Dufferin County community members to keep vehicles and ATVs out of the Pine River Nature Reserve as devastation to property and escalating criminal...
The Summer 2021 Issue is now available
In this issue, we take a look at the "hotspots" along the Bruce Trail: popular places and the challenges they pose for nature and people.
Also in this issue:
- Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
- Conservation in Action: New Protected Areas
- Responsible Hiking Tips
- Kids' Activity: Bruce Trail Board Game
- The #BruceTrail Effect
- and more...