Bruce Trail


The Bruce Trail holds a legacy of being “Canada’s oldest and longest foot path” which follows the edge of the Niagara Escarpment from Queenston in the Niagara Peninsula to Tobermory in the southern region of Georgian Bay.

Niagara’s section of the Bruce Trail will take hikers on a journey starting at he historic site of Queenston Heights, a key battlefield of the War of 1812 and home of Brock’s Monument.

Hikers will experience the Niagara Escarpment’s beautiful views and the lovely and serene settings of Niagara Conservation Areas, which may not have existed if it weren’t for the creation of the Bruce Trail.

Some portions of the Bruce Trail pass through the developed regions of Niagara in Thorold and St. Catharines, and into rural settings that nurture and grow much of Ontario’s tender fruits and grapes.

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