With your help, we have preserved Splitrock Narrows.
Rising majestically above the surrounding countryside just north of Mono Cliffs Provincial Park is a beautiful example of prime Niagara Escarpment forest, cliff and meadow. The property boasts rocky outliers, steep cliffs, long views, a glacial spillway, and an impressive crevice system for which Splitrock Narrows is named.
With funds from generous donors, The Bruce Trail Conservancy can now secure Splitrock Narrows so that its magnificent landscape, and the rich plant and animal life it supports, are protected forever.
Splitrock Narrows is on the Optimum Route of the Bruce Trail, and its preservation will secure more than 1 km of the Trail.
Thank you to all who contributed to the protection of this important natural area on the Niagara Escarpment.
Special thanks to:
|Where is Splitrock Narrows?|
Splitrock Narrows is...
- in the Dufferin Hi-Land section of the Bruce Trail
- 21 km north of Orangeville, east of Hwy 10/24
- Near Mono Cliffs Provincial Park
- 1 km north of the 25th Sideroad, Mono, on the 2nd Line EHS.
- on Map 19 of the 27th Edition Bruce Trail Reference Guide, just north of the northern end of the Walter Tovell Side Trail.
The Bruce Trail is not currently on this property, but 1.5 km of the Optimum Route is encompassed on it.