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Official Tourism Website of Bruce County, Ontario, Canada

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Hiking and Trails

Whether you are looking for a nice quiet walking trail or a trail to test your mountain biking skills – Bruce County has the most well marked and maintained trails! With four mountain biking tracts, the best scenic lookouts along the Bruce Trail, and amazing shoreline trails, this is just the start to Bruce County’s trail systems. Find the perfect trail for you below!

Hiking in Lion's Head
Hiking in Lion's Head

Lion’s Head’s sandy beach, stunning limestone cliffs and amazing geological formations are a must-have on your summer agenda. Try and find the Lion's Head on your hike! Read More

10 Best Hikes of the Bruce Trail
10 Best Hikes of the Bruce Trail

264 kilometres of Canada's longest foot path is right here in Bruce County. The Peninsula section runs from Wiarton to Tobermory and boasts the best views of the entire trail. Yes, we may be a little biased but come see for yourself! View the top ten spectacular views of the Bruce Trail here: Read More

Mountain Biking the Bruce: An Adventure on Two Wheels
Mountain Biking the Bruce: An Adventure on Two Wheels

80 kilometres - countless curves.

Jumps, bumps and the whoops that erupt with every thump - it's all in a day's ride through your choice of four mountain bike trails over 80 kilometres. Our blend of rocks, roots and turns comes wrapped in majestic forests, natural undulations and a whole lot of amazing. And to top it off, great food and comfy chairs for tall tales are only a short drive away. Start pedaling... Read More

Tips for Hiking in Bruce County
Tips for Hiking in Bruce County

Looking for some quick tips for your next hiking adventure? Look no further. Read More

Bruce County Cave Crawl
Bruce County Cave Crawl

Shaped by the wave action of post glacial Lake Algonquin, the caverns of the escarpment along the Georgian Bay shoreline are a spectacle to behold. The majority of these karst formations (meaning: dissolved by water) found on the Peninsula have well groomed trails to lead you there, and with proper planning and preparation you can be sure to have a safe and pleasant outing with the family while exploring these 7000 year old wonders of the region.  Read More