Welcome to the Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club

Last update 2020-04-05

Cancelled - Blue Mountain Bruce Trail Club End-To-End Event


Considering the current Covid-19 pandemic situation and requirements to maintain physical distance, the Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club End to End Event scheduled for Saturday, May 23rd and Sunday, May 24th 2020 has been cancelled. We have made this important decision to be proactive, to do our part to support the health care system, and to keep our volunteers and members safe.

Assuming the current situation is resolved, the 2021 End to End will be held on Saturday, May 29th and Sunday, May 30th, 2021. Details regarding the 2021 event will be posted at an appropriate time on our website at bmbtc.org.

Cancelled Bruce Trail Club Events & Hikes


All organized hikes across all 9 Clubs are being cancelled until April 30, 2020.

We recognize the hike program represents an important outlet for many of our members to reduce stress, socialize and stay physically active. The Bruce Trail Conservancy has made this important decision to be proactive, to do our part to support the health care system, and to keep our volunteers and members safe.

The following other Club events and programs are affected through April 30th:
  • Club social events & workshops are cancelled or postponed
  • Club Annual General Meetings to be held by teleconference
  • Trail Angels (trailhead transportation program) cancelled
  • Trail maintenance group activities cancelled
 

Bruce Trail - Closed to Hiking



In an E-mail sent Friday March 27, 2020 Michael McDonald the CEO, Bruce Trail Conservancy said:

"We didn’t think we’d ever be encouraging people to stay off the Bruce Trail, but unprecedented times call for unprecedented measures. For the safety of our communities, and to assist the province with its efforts to keep our communities safe as the COVID-19 pandemic quickly evolves, I have an important request:

Please postpone your use of the Bruce Trail for walks or hikes until further notice, to minimize the spread or contraction of COVID-19.
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Many parks, conservation areas, municipalities and other landowners along the Bruce Trail have already made the difficult decision to close their facilities and access to trails. In these areas, hikers should consider the Bruce Trail closed. We support these organizations and landowners in their closures to halt the spread of the virus."


 

Remember

Please be sure to follow the advice of Public Health Officials to stay safe and keep others safe. You'll find trusted information here:

Our Area of the Bruce Trail runs from Lavender to Craigleith.

The terrain changes abruptly as the Bruce Trail enters the area known as the Blue Mountains. Here are Ontario's best-known ski resorts, set among high bluffs interspersed with deep wide valleys. From the Trail, there are excellent views of the rolling countryside and Nottawasaga Bay. Our area has wonderful hiking opportunities year round. Come on out and enjoy them. We hope to see you on our trails. New hikers are always welcome on our outings. Check our Newsletter for times and locations.

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Many Thanks.

Obituaries of a few of our fondly missed fellow hikers


Trail Reroutes and Closures: Before you hike we urge you to check the BTC website for details regarding trail reroutes and closures. Updates to Edition 29 (July 2017) of the Bruce Trail Reference - Maps and Trail Guides are found at www.brucetrail.org under Explore the Trail - Trail Reroutes [https://brucetrail.org/trail_changes].  The Blue Mtns section is covered by Maps 21-24. Note: users of the Bruce Trail App will find trail reroutes and closures are posted automatically."

Additional local information about Trail Re-Routes in the Blue Mountain section of the Bruce Trail have been moved to the Announcements tab of this site.


Wed. 2020-02-26 - BMBTC Hikers at the Loree Forest

Loree Forest Group 2020/02/26

Wed. 2020-02-12 - BMBTC Hikers at Walters Falls

Walters Falls Group 2020/02/26

2019-03-27-Hart's Triple Hell Hike [with 13 +1 Participants]
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2019-03-06-Hart's Singhampton Caves Hike
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2019-01-26-Hart's Pretty River Valley Hike
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Rosie's New Years Day Hike
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Catherine's Cascade Hike
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Hart's Triple Hell Hike
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Anne's Petun Hike
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Davids-Beaver-River-Canoe-Trip
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2018-06-02-Rosies-Cakewalk
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2018-04-21-Jills-Pretty-River-Hike
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2018-04-18-Dicks-Bluffs-Hike
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2018-04-11-Giselas-Nottawasaga-Bluffs-Hike
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2018-03-28-Harts-Triple-Hell
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2018-01-27-Harts-Triple-Hellgroup

2018-01-27-Jills-Hike
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2018-01-13-Jansjes PRV Hikegroup

2018-01-10-Odd and Toms PRV Hikegroup

2018-01-03-Steve's-Nottawasaga-Bluffs-Hike
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2018-01-01-Shannon's New Year's Day Hike in the Pretty River Valley
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