Caledon Bruce Trail End to End in Four Days - Part 2

  • 7 Apr 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
  • Caledon section of Bruce Trail
  • 16


Caledon Bruce Trail End to End in Four Days

Dates: April 6,7 and April 13,14

Limit: 16 hikers, When you register for Part 1 Apr 6 you are registered for all four hikes. 

Leave from the covered bridge parking lot in Guelph on Gordon St. (Carpool) at 9:00 am and get hiking by 10:00 AM (5 or more hours of hiking per day)

Car shuttle to be arranged

No dogs allowed on many of these sections of the Bruce Trail. 

All Parts are Level 3 with distances of 20-27 kms and hills Pace: Moderate to Brisk

Please be honest about your degree of physical fitness and ability prior to registration. This will be a group hike so it is important to keep pace with the group.

Part 1 - April 6 Start on Boston Mills Road and hike 26 Kms, Large section of road walking and into Forks of the Credit Provincial Park under highway 10 to Escarpment Road (26 +km) We will be hiking around Dominion St. due to posted closure due to construction. 

Part 2 - April 7 Escarpment Road parking between St Andrew and Mountain View Rd. Km 26.2 and go until 7th line parking access Trail at Km 43 of Caledon Bruce Trail (17 km)

Part 3 - April 13 Start at 7th line Parking access trail and go to Dunby parking lot Km 68 (25 km)

Part 4 - April 14 - Km 68 to Km 10 Dufferin Hi-Land Section (Last 10km which takes us through Mono Cliffs Park, 22km)

Items to Bring: 2 litres of Water, Lunch and Snacks, hiking boots (at least one pair of extra socks to change into each day), Rain Gear, Layers of clothing for weather, running shoes or sandals to wear after hike (keep cars clean). 

Hike Leaders:

Mary Mitchell, 819-321-5378

Wally VanderVaart,

If you are a GHTC hike leader and would like to lead a section or sweep please contact leaders.

More information and End to End badges can be purchased from These badges can be purchased after your hike.

Interesting Fact: The Bruce Trail was named after James Bruce, 8th Earl of Elgin and Governor General of the Province of Canada, 1847-1854. 


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