What we're about

Check out the monthly Hiking Schedule here (http://www.torontobrucetrailclub.org/HikingSchedule)for over 30 hikes organized by certified Hike Leaders of Toronto Bruce Trail Club.

Toronto Bruce Trail Club is the largest of the nine member clubs of the Bruce Trail Conservancy (https://brucetrail.org/). Founded in 1962, the Toronto Bruce Trail Club celebrated our 55th anniversary in 2017. Since our founding, our member volunteers have worked tirelessly to build and maintain the Bruce Trail, to raise funds for the purchase of conservation lands and for support of the Bruce Trail Conservancy, and to give the public the opportunity to enjoy hiking through more than 400 hikes we offer each year,

You don't have to be a members to join our organized hike, but we invite you to consider becoming one to support the Bruce Trail --- it is the membership provides crucial support for the Bruce Trail and the Conservation of the Niagara Escarpment. Without membership, there would be no Bruce Trail.

" When you are out on The Trail, consider for a moment what this means: every blaze, every boardwalk, every bridge, every stile is there thanks to volunteers and members" -- Robert Bateman, one of the Trail's founding members.

To learn more about us or to join us, please visit the website of Toronto Bruce Trail Club (http://www.torontobrucetrailclub.org/).

Upcoming events (2)

Webinar - The Bruce Trail Inspires

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Bruce Trail Conservancy Webinar - The Bruce Trail Inspires Thursday, June[masked]:00 – 11:00 am (EST) Presenters: Artists Suzanne Dyke, Kristina Maus & Victoria Pearce Meet 3 artists who have been inspired by the Niagara Escarpment on their explorations along the Bruce Trail. Take a stroll through a virtual gallery of their paintings and learn a bit more about their work, their process, and how the Bruce Trail has become their muse. This webinar is for Bruce Trail Conservancy Members only ( have a Bruce Trail Conservancy Membership Number and paying $50 annual membership fee). Maximum 500 participants. Please register here: https://forms.gle/oaqK54Biuz9BKci49 You will receive confirmation by email on June 1, and the webinar link by email at roughly 8:30 am the morning of the webinar. If you register on or after June 1, you'll only receive the webinar link on the morning of the webinar. CHECK YOUR "SPAM" OR "PROMOTIONS" FOLDER if you don't see the emails in your "Inbox". Not yet a Bruce Trail Conservancy member? We'd love to have you as part of the community. Learn more and join online today at https://brucetrail.org/memberships/join You'll be able to use your order number from your membership purchase to register for this webinar.

Webinar - What's that plant? Botany on the Bruce Trail

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Bruce Trail Conservancy Webinar - What's that plant? Botany on the Bruce Trail Thursday, June[masked]:00 – 11:00 am (EST) Presenter: Lyndsey Wilkerson (BTC Landowner Stewardship Coordinator) Join us for a virtual walk to learn about some of the native flora found along the Bruce Trail and how to identify it. This webinar will focus on common growing season ID features such as leaves, flowers and fruit as well as some dormant characteristics such as buds, branching and bark. We will also explore some common “look-alike” plants and how to tell them apart. This webinar is for Bruce Trail Conservancy Members only ( have a Bruce Trail Conservancy Membership Number and paying $50 annual membership fee). Maximum 500 participants. Please register here: https://forms.gle/GXwm2irg33uQjNWo7 You will receive confirmation by email on June 1, and the webinar link by email at roughly 8:30 am the morning of the webinar. If you register on or after June 1, you'll only receive the webinar link on the morning of the webinar. CHECK YOUR "SPAM" OR "PROMOTIONS" FOLDER if you don't see the emails in your "Inbox". Not yet a Bruce Trail Conservancy member? We'd love to have you as part of the community. Learn more and join online today at https://brucetrail.org/memberships/join You'll be able to use your order number from your membership purchase to register for this webinar.

Past events (343)

Webinar - the geologic history of the Niagara Escarpment

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