Edition 31 Bruce Trail Reference Guide

Edition 31 ofThe Bruce Trail Reference Pre-order your physical copy of the iconic guidebook or purchase a PDF download today! It’s almost here! The Bruce Trail Reference Maps and Trail Guide, Edition 31 is due in house in the coming…

Ticks and the Bruce Trail

Ticks on the trail

Ticks and the Bruce Trail As our winters become ever warmer, tick populations are increasing throughout Southern Ontario. Always take preventative measures and exercise caution when exploring the Bruce Trail to prevent tick bites and Lyme Disease. While we’re fortunate…

Hiking In The Summer

Hiking In The Summer

Hiking In The Summer Hiking the Bruce Trail in the summer can be a glorious experience but it also comes with its own set of challenges. When heading out to the trails, consider the following. Sunburns Can occur rapidly and…

Share Responsibly on Social Media

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Share Responsibly on Social Media Tips for Responsible Social Sharing of your Bruce Trail Adventures Social media can expose thousands of people to beautiful natural environments in an instant. If you share your Bruce Trail photos or videos on social…

Dogs On The Trail

Hiking with your dog can be a wonderful way to explore the outdoors. As a pet owner and trail user, you a have a few extra responsibilities to the Bruce Trail, its environment and fellow users.

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