Beaver Valley

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February
Tue Feb 0 4

Snowshoe to the Beaver Pond

9:30 AM

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet on the north shoulder of Sideroad 19, west of Grey County Road 7, where the trail enters (250 m west of km 90.0) to carpool to Sideroad 16 C where we start of the hike. Map 27
Hike Leader(s): Glenda Collings Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate
Length of Hike: 2 hours km

Description

This hike takes us through woodlots and along fields to end with a winter view of the Beaver Pond.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet at the Hogg’s Falls parking lot, km 63.2 Map 26
Hike Leader(s): Glenda Collings Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate, Some steep sections
Length of Hike: approximately 5 km

Description

This is a beautiful snowshoe outing taking in the Lower and Upper Hogg’s Falls Side Trails as well as part of the main trail which passes by Hogg’s Falls itself.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr

 

 

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet at the Kolapore skiers parking lot on Grey Road 2, 650 m south of the trail. Map 25
Hike Leader(s): Stella Presthus Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate
Length of Hike: 9 km

Description

We will walk to the start of the outing at km 23.8  for a round trip, in and back.  Snowshoe through old cedar groves, meadows and woodlots, above the cliffs at Metcalfe, with views of Mill Creek Valley.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr

Fri Feb 1 4

Snowshoe Seigerman Side Trail

10:00 AM

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet on the shoulder of Sideroad 22B, east of Grey County Road 7. Map 27
Hike Leader(s): Glenda Collings Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate, Some steep sections
Length of Hike: approx. 4.5 km, 2 hours

Description

This loop hike takes in the Seigerman Side Trail and parts of the main trail.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Caledon Hills, Dufferin Hi-Land, Blue Mountains, Beaver Valley, Sydenham, Peninsula
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Caledon
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 21 km

Description

Day 1/3 – Approx 21km

http://caledonbrucetrail.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Caledon-Hills-Historical-Hike-Series-Badge-2019-03-25.pdf

 

Meet at Roadside Parking -On Innis Lake Road, north of Finnerty Sideroad (31.6km – 5 cars) N 43.918917, W79.909387

Shuttle to Mono Side Road (44.3km – 5 cars) north side of the road where the trail crosses N 43.974055, W79.984988

Please register for this hike as it will be postponed and rescheduled in the event of inclement weather.

Limited to 10 people.

Day 2/3 Feb 18

Day3/3 Feb 20

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Caledon Hills, Dufferin Hi-Land, Blue Mountains, Beaver Valley, Sydenham, Peninsula

Location (Google Maps): Caledon
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: Approx 23km

Description

Day 2/3 – Approx 23km

http://caledonbrucetrail.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Caledon-Hills-Historical-Hike-Series-Badge-2019-03-25.pdf

Meet on the Forks of the Credit Rd between Chisholm and Dominion Streets. (8.8km – 5 cars) N 43.803809, W79.993002

Please register for this hike as it will be postponed and rescheduled in the event of inclement weather.

Limited to 10 people.

Day3/3 Feb 20

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Caledon Hills, Dufferin Hi-Land, Blue Mountains, Beaver Valley, Sydenham, Peninsula
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Caledon
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 10km

Description

Day 3/3 – Approx 10km

http://caledonbrucetrail.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Caledon-Hills-Historical-Hike-Series-Badge-2019-03-25.pdf

Meet on north side of Hockley Rd at Hockley Side Trail (60.1km) N 43.972857, W 80.056330

Please register for this hike as it will be postponed and rescheduled in the event of inclement weather.

Limited to 10 people.

 

 

Thu Feb 2 0

Snowshoe Walters Falls Loop

10:00 AM

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet at the Walters Falls Inn parking lot in the Sydenham section, km 11.4, Map 29.
Hike Leader(s): Mike Arkless Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate
Length of Hike: 2 1/2 hours km

Description

This is a loop hike beginning at Walters Falls and following the river north before crossing over and following it south back to the falls.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr

Thu Feb 2 0

Caledon Discovery Hike Series Day 1 of 3

12:00 PM-3:00 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia, Caledon Hills, Dufferin Hi-Land, Blue Mountains, Beaver Valley, Sydenham, Peninsula
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Caledon Hills
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 9.4km

Description

This, half day, is Day 1 of the Discovery Hike Series of hikes in Caledon Hills. We will complete the requirements for Discovery Hike # 4 Map 18 

Meet at Hockley Road Parking Area – east of km 60.1 Located on the north side of Hockley Road, approx 2.5km east of Hwy 10

Shuttle to Parking Area – north of  km 50.8 on the east side of 5th Line EHS, just south of Hockley Rd (43.993572, -80.014057)

http://caledonbrucetrail.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CHBTC-Discovery-Badge-Hikes-2019-05-18.pdf

Please register for these hikes as we will cancel/postpone in the event of inclement weather. Limited to 10 participants. 

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet at the Kolapore skiers parking lot on Grey Rd. 2. located 650m south of the trail. Car pool if possible since there will also be skiers using the lot.
Hike Leader(s): Glenda Collings Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate
Length of Hike: approximately 8 km

Description

We will walk on the road for 650 m to the trail, then snowshoe to Metcalfe Rock for a view over the valley, then retrace our steps back to our cars.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr

Sun Feb 2 3

Caledon Discovery Hike Series Day 2 of 3

9:00 AM-3:00 PM

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Caledon Hills, Dufferin Hi-Land, Blue Mountains, Beaver Valley, Sydenham, Peninsula
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Caledon Hills
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: Approx 25km and possibly 2 car shuttles.

Description

This is Day 2 of the Discovery Hike Series of hikes in Caledon Hills. Please contact hike leader if you’d like to join this hike.

http://caledonbrucetrail.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CHBTC-Discovery-Badge-Hikes-2019-05-18.pdf

Please register for these hikes as we will cancel/postpone in the event of inclement weather. Limited to 10 participants. 

Mon Feb 2 4

Caledon Discovery Hike Series Day 3 of 3

9:00 AM-4:00 PM

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Caledon Hills, Dufferin Hi-Land, Blue Mountains, Beaver Valley, Sydenham, Peninsula
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Caledon Hills
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Strenuous – Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: Approx 25km and possibly two car shuttles

Description

This is Day 3 of the Discovery Hike Series of hikes in Caledon Hills.

Please contact hike leader if you’d like to join this hike. Details will be provided as to where to meet.

http://caledonbrucetrail.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CHBTC-Discovery-Badge-Hikes-2019-05-18.pdf

Please register for these hikes as we will cancel/postpone in the event of inclement weather. Limited to 10 participants. 

Tue Feb 2 5

Snowshoe Wodehouse Karst

1:00 PM

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet at the parking area on Sideroad 7A, access from 7th Line, not Grey Road 7, which is not maintained at this time of year.
Hike Leader(s): Kevin Post Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate, Some steep sections
Length of Hike: 2 hours km

Description

This is a hike through a geologically fascinating area, in which creeks make their way beneath a karst landform, to emerge below the escarpment.

Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet at km 11.0 on the north side of 18th Sideroad, 450 m west of 5th Line. Map 24
Hike Leader(s): Glenda Collings Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate
Length of Hike: 1 1/2 hours km

Description

This is a loop hike taking in a lovely section of the main trail through the top of a ravine with a pretty creek running through it.  Please read the participant guidelines below.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Participants are expected to wear appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. In summer, sturdy footwear is necessary. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate. It is a good idea to bring these items if there is snow on the ground and the hike leader will advise you as to the best footwear for the day. Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated).
  6. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen and insect repellent.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.
  8. Pace: Leisurely = 3km/hr or less, Medium = 3-4 km/hr, Brisk = 4-5 km/hr, Fast = 5+km/hr