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2016 Hikes

 

An Urban Wiarton Hike & Pot Luck, Wednesday December 7, 2016
Details Here

 

A Vanishing Stream, Colpoy’s Bay, Sketch & Hike - Monday, September 12, 2016
Details Here

 

Easy Walks on Tuesdays from May to October 2016
Details Here

 

End-to-End on Four Weekends/Nine Hikes, Starts July 30, 2016
Details Here

 

Peninsula Club's End-to-End Special, Starts May 5, 2016
REVISED > Schedule Here < REVISED

 

2016 Peninsula Blue Side Trail Series

We have about 150 km of side trails. Hike them all through 2016 and 2017 and receive our newest badge. Below there are two differently formatted schedules available for download.

The first PDF copy has some volunteer hike leaders assigned to specific, upcoming dates that you may wish to attend. As more hike leaders volunteer to lead this series, updated versions of the first PDF copy will be posted here.

1) Schedule With Some Volunteer Hike Leaders Assigned on Specific Dates

The second PDF copy contains the side trails shown as a convenient series of loops and with it you can chose your own schedule.

2) Schedule With NO Hike Leaders Assigned

Periodically check here for loop hikes with a leader and a view of the new badge. Submit your schedule to PBTC, PO Box 1087, Wiarton, N0H 2T0 when complete along with $7 (Canada)/$8 (USA) in a stamped, self addressed envelope to receive the badge.

 

Learn First Aid
DETAILS HERE

IMPORTANT WINTER WEATHER NOTICE: Cancellations will be posted on the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club Facebook page.

Note: On all hikes, bring plenty of water, snacks and a lunch, if required. Wear sturdy hiking footwear for use with your snowshoes, and dress in layers.

BRUCE PENINSULA LOOP HIKE GUIDE

The Bruce Peninsula Loop Hike Guide is available. A full-colour booklet of 5 maps and hiking information is for sale. Go to the Bruce Peninsula Loop Hike Guide Web page for a look at a sample and information about where to buy a set.

DEGREES of DIFFICULTY (DOD)

Pace

  • Leisurely - 3 km/h or less
  • Medium - 3 to 4 km/h
  • Brisk - 4 to 5 km/h
  • Fast - 5+ km/h

Terrain

  • Easy - Mostly flat and usually good footing
  • Moderate - Some hills and/or some poor footing
  • Strenuous - Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing

 

Special Notices Re. Winter Outings

  • Winter outings may be cancelled on short notice at the discretion of the hike leader(s) due to dangerous trail and/or driving conditions.
  • Dress for the conditions; bring adequate food & drinks.
  • PBTC provided parking areas are not maintained in winter so please park carefully at the roadside or as suggested by the hike leader.
  • For accommodations check:

Contact person for hikes: If you need further information pertaining to a given hike, please contact the hike leader. See the hike schedule for the contact information.

 

Find Us On Facebook
Check Facebook for updates & last minute notices. "Like" Facebook to receive updated information.

 

Can't find a hike that suits you in the list above?
Have a look at the hike offerings on the websites of the other Bruce Trail Clubs listed below.

Niagara Bruce Trail Club <> Queenston to Grimsby <> niagarabrucetrailclub.org OR niagarabrucetrail.club

Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club <> Grimsby to Kelso <> www.iroquoia.on.ca

Toronto Bruce Trail Club <> Kelso to Cheltenham <> www.torontobrucetrailclub.org

Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club <> Cheltenham to Mono Centre <> www.caledonbrucetrail.org

Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club <> Mono Centre to Lavender <> www.dufferinbrucetrailclub.org

Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club <> Lavender to Craigleith <>www.bmbtc.org

Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club <> Craigleith to Blantyre <> www.beavervalleybrucetrail.org

Sydenham Bruce Trail Club <> Blantyre to Wiarton <> www.sydenhambrucetrail.ca

Peninsula Bruce Trail Club <> Wiarton to Tobermory <> www.pbtc.ca YOU ARE ALREADY HERE :)

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