Hike & Stay

 Experience The Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail attracts thousands of visitors each year, with the trail following the edge of the Niagara Escarpment for almost 900 km, the trail connects the the Niagara Falls area to Tobermory.  The trail traverses over land owned by the Government of Ontario, local municipalities, local conservation authorities, private landowners and the Bruce Trail Conservancy.

The Beaver Valley section of the Bruce Trail extends from Craigleith to Blantyre and covers 113 km of main trail and another 25 km of side trails.  Hikers enjoy the diverse landscapes, grand views of the escarpment, waterfall trails, through fields and forests.  The Beaver Valley Bruce Trail offers a hiking experience for all levels of hikers and has many family appropriate loop trails.  The autumn has people flocking here to experience the stunning fall colours of the Beaver Valley.

Plan your own route on the Bruce Trail, follow one of the suggested hikes on the Bruce Trail maps or join one  of the organized hikes by the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club which are scheduled throughout the year.

Trail Transportation

We are happy to provide our hiking guests with transportation for car drop off at the end of the trail and transport to the start of your trail.  This service is included with a stay of 2 nights or more.

Loop Trails of the Bruce Trail 

Old Baldy Loop - 1.1 km
Hike Rating = Easy
Access 11

Metcalfe Rock Loop - 2.4 km
Hike Rating = Strenuous
Access 9
Chuck Grant Loop - 10.7 km
Hike Rating = Strenous
Access 9 or 10
Eugenia Falls
South Loop - 1.2 km
Hike Rating = Easy
North Loop - 3.5 km

Hike Rating = Strenuous
Access 15

Sligo Loop - 3.8 km
Hike Rating = Easy
Access 23

Ken Young Loop - 1.4 km
Hike Rating = Easy
Access 11

Hogg's Falls 
Lower Loop - 1.8 km
Hike Rating = Easy
Upper Loop - 4.8 km

Hike Rating = Moderate
Access 16

Falling Water Loop - 22.3 km
Hike Rating = Strenuous

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