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November 22, 2019 niagarabrucetrailclub.org No comments exist

Niagara Trail Monitor Job Description Niagara Bruce Trail Club Job Description: Trail Monitor The volunteer Trail Monitor is an extra pair of eyes on the trail. The role is necessary to help discover and report problems along the trail such as overgrowth, erosion, wet areas, damaged blazes, vandalism, graffiti, garbage, fallen trees and broken structures…

November 16, 2017 niagarabrucetrailclub.org

Earlier this year, NBTC club member-leaders Bruce Manion, Bill Russell, and Carol Taylor led a series of youth hikes at the invitation of Jessica Ferroni, Education Director for St. John’s Presbyterian Church Youth Camp in Grimsby ON. Three hikes with groups of 9-10 children, drawn from Grades 2 to 8, went up the Bruce Trail…

November 5, 2017 niagarabrucetrailclub.org No comments exist

“There’s no excuses anymore for tumbling, slipping and sliding down the embankment to Decew Falls. New signs posted by the city warn visitors to the St. Catharines attraction by Morningstar Mill to stay on the trail for their own safety. “The signs are meant to be preventative in nature, just to make people aware there…

October 12, 2017 niagarabrucetrailclub.org

BTC members Hedley & Lari, from Jarrahdale, Australia, arrive in Queenston 12 October 2017 after hiking 39 days straight. They started in Tobermory on September 4th and after many slips, trips and mosquito nips, have completed the entire Bruce Trail. They are shown here having a celebratory drink with NBTC Landowner Relations Officer Ruth Moffat….