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Bruce Trail - Terra Cotta


A portion of the famous Bruce Trail travels through Terra Cotta on it's way between Queenston and Tobermory. Accessed from 10 Line Road and always recognized by white trail markers, the trail passes ponds and exposed red clay hills (similar to nearby Badlands). The Bruce Trail connects and follows the Vaughn, but is still marked by white paint. The Bruce Trail is not a loop and is isolated and rugged in spots, so plan accordingly. (Blue markers identify Bruce Trail side-trails).

Terra Cotta Conservation Area consists of 485 acres of unique natural environment that has gone through significant changes over the years and is now an excellent representation of the Niagara Escarpment features.

Directions: 14452 Winston Churchill Blvd., Halton Hills (2 km north of the Village of Terra Cotta) Information provided by the Credit Valley Conservation website. 


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