Bruce Trail User’s Guide

Bruce Trail Side Trail

Your most up-to-date guide for safe hiking on Peninsula trails, the Peninsula Day Hike Guide provides the following information:

• A set of 8 maps at scale 1:50,000 showing the main Bruce Trail and all side trails from Wiarton to Tobermory.

• The maps were created using current GPS and GIS technology in co-operation with the Bruce Trail Conservancy.

• Dozens of linear and loop hikes are described for short or all-day outings. See samples below.

• Linear hikes follow only the main (white-blazed) Bruce Trail, starting at one point and ending at another.

• Loop hikes combine side trails (blue blazes) with the main Trail to begin and end at the same access.

• Note that hikes can be traveled in the opposite direction as described, but take extra care to watch for signs and blazes.

• Over 40 access points, as well as parking areas, and on-trail campsites are shown.

• In addition to the length, hikes are given ratings for level of difficulty.

• Safety tips and suggestions for getting the most enjoyment from your Day Hike experience.

• Locations of health care facilities and emergency telephone numbers.

• Background notes on the Niagara Escarpment and the Bruce Trail Conservancy are included.

For more information on the User’s Guide and the Bruce Trail please visit www.pbtc.ca or www.brucetrail.org.

 

Local Outlets Carrying the Day Hike Guide:

Copyright: www.pbtc.ca 2012