Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club

Contact Information
Toll Free Phone Bruce Trail Conservancy 1-800-665-4453
Website www.bmbtc.org
Primary Contact Mary Jane McIntyre, Secretary; Email: maryj.mcintrye@gmail.com
Alternate Contact Michael Treuman, President; Phone: 416-518-0489; Email: michaeltreuman@gmail.com
Addresses and Location
Located In Community Collingwood
Address Collingwood, On
 
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Mailing Address PO Box 91 
Collingwood, ON L9Y 3Z4
Physical Access Not Accessible
Description
Description (Service) The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest continuous volunteer maintained trail in Ontario, about 800 km in length. It runs from Niagara (Queenston), along the Niagara Escarpment, to Tobermory, with about 300 km of side trails. 
 
Most of the trail is moderate, with some easy sections, and about 100 km of very challenging terrain. Main trail is marked by white blazes on trees, rocks or other landmarks, with blue marks indicating side trails to lookouts, campsites, loops, shelters and water * Double blazes indicate sudden changes in direction 
 
Public is invited to use this Trail in a responsible manner for walking, hiking, cross-country skiing and snow shoeing * Annual events include a two day end-to-end hike for experienced hikers held in May; and also features an annual Calendar to raise funds
Service Details
Hours Check website for schedule of hikes
Areas Served Blue Mountains ; Clearview (Simcoe County) ; Collingwood ; Wasaga Beach
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Membership * Call for information or check website
Languages English
Fees Membership - $50/yr
Administration
Alternate Name Bruce Trail Club, Blue Mountains ; Bruce Trail Clubs
Established Jun 1967
Elections Apr