Hiking, Snowshoeing & X-Country Skiing


Discover the Sydenham Bruce Trail Club,
Join Us on a Group Hike



Listed below are outdoor activities that may interest newcomers. This schedule is also listed in the Sydenham Hiker newsletter, which you will receive when you join the Bruce Trail Conservancy and affiliate with the Sydenham Club (how to join). Dress appropriately for the weather, length of the event, bring water, and so on. No dogs and no smoking are permitted on organized hikes unless stated otherwise. All persons participate at their own risk. For more hiking information see Hiking Information - Do's, Don'ts, Reminders.


HIKE SCHEDULE > Winter 2016-2017 (December, January & February)


Hike Rating System

To help hikers decide what hike is suitable for them, hike leaders use the hike rating system when planning their hikes. Ratings consider the distance of the hike, the planned walking speed, and the difficulty of the terrain. The rating system is described on the Hike Schedule.


  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 YOU ARE ALREADY HERE :)

Peninsula Bruce Trail Club <> Wiarton to Tobermory <> www.pbtc.ca