Category: Bruce Trail

Lion’s Head

Lion’s Head Provincial Park is an absolute marvel any time of year. Massive exposed bluffs, impeccable vibrant shoreline, ancient potholes and jaw – dropping views. Words & photos by Zak Erb.

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Autumn Hike at Blue

Fun for the whole family, kids love this hike due to it’s wood bridges, easy to navigate stone slabs and log steps as well as the cascading waterfall near the top (for which the trail was named).

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Hike the Bruce – Nottawasaga Lookout

In 1937 the White Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum or “large-flowered” Trillium) became the province of Ontario’s official floral emblem. The flower blooms in late April to early June and can be found throughout the forests of the Escarpment. The only trick is knowing where to look.

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Hike the Bruce – Eugenia Falls

When prospectors were drawn to Eugenia in 1852 for an expected gold rush, they may have felt foolish when they found only iron pyrite. They did however, discover one of the most picturesque water falls in the region.

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