The Bruce Trail, Toronto Section is part of of the nine sections of The Bruce Trail, the oldest long distance marked footpath in Canada.
Starting just south of Hwy 401 west of Milton and ending near the Cheltenham Badlands south of Orangeville, the Trail runs along The Niagara Escarpment, a United Nations World Biosphere Reserve. In addition 50 kms of side trails, many in the Georgetown area offer excellent looping opportunities when combined with the main Trail.
The Toronto Club offers frequent group bus, car and car pool hikes to The Bruce Trail, many of which are open to the general public and listed on the club's website. The Hikes are free. Bus Fare is a nominal $16 for most hikes or get to the car hike departure points in your own car. Most departure points on The Toronto Club Section are less than one hour from the North-west corner of Toronto (Airport).
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