Hiking & Trails
Have fun hiking our trails of the Bruce Peninsula
Bruce Trail hikes and other trails on the Bruce Peninsula
The Bruce Trail is a world famous foot path that extends over 800 km from Queenstone near Niagara Falls to Tobermory. On the Bruce Peninsula this trail offers spectacular views as you hike above Georgian Bay along the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. Visit the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club website for more information about our local club and organized hikes.
Ask us about 'Day Hike Guides' available in our gift shop.
There are a number of conservation areas and green spaces to explore on the Peninsula. Here are few suggested places to jump-start your discovery of the many wonders of the area. Some of these Nature Reserves do not have fomal facilities and are only accessible by the Bruce Trail or other footpaths. When exploring these areas remember to be prepared, bring water and other necessary supplies and be sure not to leave any litter behind.
- Lion's Head Nature Reserve
- Hope Bay Forest Provincial Nature Reserve
- Black Creek Nature Reserve
- Ira Lake Nature Reserve
- Lion’s Head Nature Reserve
- Bruce Alvar Nature Reserve
- Petrel Point Nature Reserve