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.
Register for longer distance Event Hikes
Earn a Hiking Badge
Introduce Youth to Hiking
How to get started hiking
Become a part of this club
For up-to-date trail closure information
Trail Captains - Trail Status Report
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Welcome new Board Members,serving as Co-Social Event Coordinators!
The Niagara BTC 2023 Merritthon on Saturday November 11 was a resounding success. Check out the pics from our fabulous day!
Check out our newest blog post - Landscape of Nations Memorial
New! Trail rerouted
Short Hills Provincial Park will be closed to the public for a Traditional Deer
Harvest on these dates:
• Saturday, October 21
• Saturday, October 28
• Tuesday, November 14
• Tuesday, November 28
• Tuesday, December 12
• Tuesday, December 19
For more information, click here.
Fall 2023 Grapevine is here!
NEW!! Welland Canal Badge! Read all about it here!
New! Map 1 – Niagara – Major Teyoninhokarawen John Norton Side Trail
Map 2 – Niagara – Temporary Closure, Mewburn Rd
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.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
The Niagara Bruce Trail Club values and welcomes diversity. We aim to be an accessible and inclusive community that honours, respects, and reflects the various ways people connect with the Bruce Trail and the Bruce Trail Conservancy. Fulfilling our mission of preserving a ribbon of wilderness, for everyone, forever, requires the inclusion of diverse voices and perspectives. Everyone has a right to enjoy and to conserve our natural environment, and should be free to do so without experiencing discrimination. Together we must cultivate an inclusive culture and environment on the trail where people of all identities are encouraged to belong and feel valued.
Read more about the BTC's DEIB commitment here: https://brucetrail.org/about-us/#Diversity-Equity-&-Inclusion