The Bruce Trail stretches from the Niagara Region all the way up to Tobermory, but the trail from Wiarton to Tobermory is some of the best hiking you will find anywhere! 264km’s of extraordinary hiking trails featuring amazing lookouts onto Georgian Bay and a variety of easy trails for beginners and strenuous trails for those looking for a challenge!
BE PREPARED, ALWAYS LET SOMEONE KNOW WHERE YOU PLAN TO HIKE AND WHEN YOU EXPECT TO BE BACK. TAKE A MAP AND PLENTY OF WATER. WEAR SUITABLE CLOTHING AND FOOTWEAR.
Some mileage information:
Tobermory to Little Cove – easy to moderate – 6 km.
Little Cove to the National Park (Cyprus Lake area) – moderate to strenuous – 14 km.
National Park (Cyprus Lake area) to Halfway Log Dump (Emmett Lake) – strenuous to difficult – 6 km
Halfway Log Dump (Emmett Lake) to Crane River Gate – strenuous to moderate – 15 km.
Peninsula Bruce Trail Club Website: http://pbtc.ca/
Bruce Trail Association Website: http://www.brucetrail.org
Bruce Peninsula National Park: http://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/bruce