Home

Niagara Bruce Trail Club

Preserving a ribbon of wilderness for everyone, forever.

One of nine VOLUNTEER clubs supporting the work of the Bruce Trail Conservancy

We have hikes for a wide range of abilities.

NBTC Hike Calendar

Register for longer distance Event Hikes

Event Hikes

Earn a Hiking Badge

Hiking Badges

Introduce Youth to Hiking

Youth Hiking

How to get started hiking

Hiking 101

Become a part of this club 

Membership

For up-to-date trail closure information

Trail Re-routes

Trail Captains - Trail Status Report

Trail Status Report

Want to send us a message?

Contact Us

 

 

Latest News

Here is your opportunity to get involved and give back!  We are currently seeking volunteer candidates for two upcoming vacancies on the club Board of Directors:

Landowner Relations Director

Public Relations Director

Vice President

Click here for more information.

 

NOTICE: ANNUAL FIRST NATIONS DEER HARVEST

Short Hills Provincial Park will be closed to the public to honour treaty rights with a First Nation Deer Harvest.

Wednesday, November 23

Saturday, December 3

Wednesday, December 14

 

Bill 23 and Proposed Changes to Greenbelt: Bruce Trail Conservancy urges province to pause and consult

Bill 23, the proposed provincial More Homes Built Faster Act, 2022, aims to increase housing supply through major changes to planning and conservation legislation. The changes outlined in Bill 23 could result in permanent loss of connectivity of the Bruce Trail and the conservation corridor containing it. This is a serious concern for the Bruce Trail Conservancy and all those who enjoy the iconic 900 km Bruce Trail.

Read more...

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bruce Trail Conservancy’s Indigenous Land Acknowledgement Statement 

The Bruce Trail Conservancy wishes to acknowledge and honour the lands of the Niagara Escarpment as the traditional territory of Indigenous peoples. In both spirit and partnership, we recognize and thank the Anishinaabek, Huron-Wendat, Tionontati, Attawandaron, Haudenosaunee, Métis, and all who provided stewardship of these lands over millennia. Recognition of the contributions of Indigenous peoples is consistent with our commitment to making the promise of Truth and Reconciliation real in our communities. We are grateful for the opportunity to live, work, and play here and thank all those who have served and continue to serve as caretakers of this special place.