Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club

Bruce Trail in Lower Beaver Valley with barn and hay bales
News Brief
  • Beaver Tales Fall issue just released. Read our latest issue!
  • Steeltown Stomp September 9. Hike event organized by Niagara and Iroquoia Bruce Trail Clubs. Register by September 1.
  • BVBTC Barn Dance September 16. A toe-tapping, swinging fundraiser in support of the BTC. Note that tickets are $35.00 p.p. An incorrect price was published.
  • Star-gazing at Carr Observatory September 29. Reserve now for this fascinating event!
  • Volunteer Appreciation Night October 28. Come out for a fun evening of desserts, cheeses, awards and prizes.
  • Help Wanted! The BVBTC is looking for volunteers who can help us with the annual grass cutting along the trails in the Beaver Valley Section.

One of nine sections of the Bruce Trail, the Beaver Valley section extends from Craigleith to Blantyre covering, 113.8 km of main trail plus an additional 25 km of side trails. It takes hikers across diverse landscapes from the top of the escarpment with grand views of Nottawasaga Bay and the Beaver Valley, through fields and forests, by creeks and waterfalls accompanied by the flora of the different seasons or the colourful foliage of fall.

You and your family are welcome to join the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club on any of our organized hikes which are scheduled throughout the year or to try out the suggested hikes on your own. If you are pleased with the experience, consider joining our club. It will give you the opportunity to enjoy nature and also to meet great people and partake in our famous post-hike potluck suppers. Visit Bruce Trail for membership details.

In 1963 a number of enthusiastic people joined together to organize the Beaver Valley BTC. Check out our Special Activities page for activities throughout the year as well as upcoming articles about the history and growth of our club.

Mission Statement

The Bruce Trail Conservancy is a charitable organization committed to establishing a conservation corridor containing a public footpath along the Niagara Escarpment, in order to protect its natural ecosystems and to promote environmentally responsible public access to the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.

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