The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest continuous public footpath in Canada.
The Bruce Trail Conservancy (BTC) is a charitable organization - a trail association and a land trust - dedicated to establishing a conservation corridor containing a public footpath along the Niagara Escarpment.
Facts at a Glance:
(updated March 15, 2019)
|Location of Trail||
|Length of main Trail
|Length of side trails
|Number of memberships
|Number of volunteers
|Number of privately-owned properties the Bruce Trail passes through thanks to generous handshake agreements with landowners
|Amount of Bruce Trail
secure and safe from development
|Amount of land the BTC has been directly involved in protecting
||almost 16,000 acres|
|Area of land stewarded by the BTC
Sources of Fundraising
[Find more details in our Annual Reports and Financial Statements]
Total from these sources: $4.5 million
Thank you to all our donors!
Bruce Trail Conservancy's Registered Charity Details
- The Bruce Trail Conservancy detail page on the Canada Revenue Agency website
(includes the BTC's charitable status and past charity returns)
- Charitable Registration # 11921 7578 RR0001