Join us for an End-to-End Learning & Planning Session
Online April 19, 2023
Planning for your adventure starts here!
Planning an End-to-End hike of the entire Bruce Trail can seem like a daunting task. Join the Bruce Trail Conservancy for an engaging, virtual, learning and planning session and set yourself up for success.
Featuring online presentations from experienced End-to-Ender Ruth Moffatt and the Bruce Trail Conservancy’s Manager of Conservation and Trail Adam Brylowski, you’ll learn about how to prepare, what to expect along the way, and what makes the journey along the Bruce Trail and Niagara Escarpment unlike any other.
The event will include a helpful Q&A period and give you an opportunity to network with others looking to hike the 900 kilometres from Niagara to Tobermory.
Wednesday, April 19, 2023
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm, Online by Zoom
Each ticket includes registration plus a FREE Bruce Trail Reference, Maps and Trail Guide, Edition 30 (valued at $39.99 + shipping).
All proceeds from this event will directly support the BTC’s new endowment fund (Trail Development and Maintenance Fund, 1182 & 1183) to ensure the long term sustainability of our Trail.
A Zoom registration link will be sent to you within one business day of your purchase. Thank you for your support!
Adam, Bruce Trail Conservancy’s Manager of Conservation and Trail, holds a Bachelors in Environmental Studies from York University and a post-graduate certificate in Ecosystem Restoration from Niagara College. Adam has been working for the Bruce Trail Conservancy since 2009. Prior to that he led ecological restoration work in Toronto’s ravine systems for the City of Toronto and Urban Forest Associates.
Ruth discovered hiking about 10 years ago and hasn’t looked back. She has hiked the entire Bruce Trail several times along with all the other major hiking trails in Ontario and some abroad. She is an avid backcountry camper and has completed several hiking and camping excursions.
Ruth became a hike leader in 2015 and a strong advocate for the Bruce Trail Conservancy fundraising activities in 2016. She was previously on the Niagara Bruce Trail Club board as well as the Land Securement Committee for the BTC. Ruth now devotes most of her free time to leading hikes over the entire trail, coming up with ways to introduce more people to the trail, and promoting the importance of securing this ribbon of wilderness for generations to come.