Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Southern Ontario Hikers Heaven

As I savor my morning coffee I'm looking out over the waters where Lake Huron and Georgian Bay meet; right at the very top of the Bruce Peninsula.

This is indeed a hiker's paradise. Besides boasting the largest tract of unbroken forest in Southern Ontario the Bruce also has trails ranging from difficult (but very scenic) point to point trails to shorter loop trails. The loop trails range in both length and difficulty and with over 30 loop trails to explore there is always one close at hand.

For more information on the many loop trails between Wiarton and Tobermory visit the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club at www.pbtc.ca. More detailed information about this and other hiking venues will be found at www.sooutdoors.ca very soon. Information is being constantly added and updated so check back often.


1 comment:

  1. Hi Lloyd! I completely agree. Though I've hiked only a small portion of the Bruce Trail so far, I've loved the parts I've hiked. Absolutely beautiful. The pictures you've posted on the hiking portion of this site appear to be from the Tobermory area and make me want to head back there soon. Thank you for reminding me of this great outdoor resource that we have in our "backyards." Gayle


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