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  • 01
    August 1, 2019

    Dundas Valley

    10:00 AM-1:00 PM

    Hosting Club: Iroquoia
    Category: Thursday Group
    Location (Google Maps): Dundas Valley Conservation Area -Last parking

    Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
    Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
    Distance: 12 km


    This 11 km loop hike will take approximately 3.5 hours and is at a medium pace over easy terrain. There is no dropout point. No dogs please.
    Depart: 10:00 am Last parking lot in Dundas Valley C.A. Hike will be modified if it is too hot!
    Directions: From the 403 W take the Main St. W. Exit. Turn left onto Main St and travel to Osler Dr. Turn right and Follow Governor’s Rd. Turn Left onto Governor’s Rd and follow to the Dundas Valley C.A. at the edge of town. It will be on your left.
    Hike Description: Several loops around Dundas Valley C.A. bring a snack, water, sunscreen and insect repellent.
    Hike Leader: Lorraine Sherred
    Email please if you need more info

  • 02
    August 2, 2019

    Burlington Waterfront Evening Hike

    7:30 PM-9:00 PM

    Hosting Club: Iroquoia

    Location: Meet in the Lakeshore Road parking lot just east of the Waterfront Centre and restaurant

    Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
    Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing


    This will be a brisk walk along Lake Ontario, to the canal and back. Hike will be cancelled in poor weather.

    Hike Leader: Lorne Carruthers. For information call Lorne at 905- 315-8762 or email:

  • 03
    August 3, 2019

    George Hamilton Day History Walk

    8:30 AM-12:00 PM

    Hosting Club: Iroquoia
    Category: Special Event
    Location (Google Maps): Erland Lee Museum, 552 Ridge Rd, Stoney Creek
    Hike Leader(s): Samar Smith Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
    Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
    Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
    Distance: 2 groups; 1st group 4 km, 2nd group 6 km


    This is a special walk in conjunction with City of Hamilton to celebrate George Hamilton Day. Its a very gentle pace and the shorter walk is suitable for families with children six and up. Frequent stops to talk about the history of the Federated Women’s Institute of Ontario and the first meeting held in the museum on Feb 19th, 1897.  Janet Lee, granddaughter of founders Erland & Janet Lee was a long time BTC member and walked the trail twice.   This is a linear path and we will be crossing Ridge Road and taking the Dewitt Road access point.  There will be buses available at the Jones St (4 Km walk) and Lewis St (6 Km walk) to take walkers back to Erland Lee Museum for a free tour and refreshments.  Participants will receive a special Aug 3rd, George Hamilton Day crest. We will meet at the museum at 8:30 to set up the two groups.  Option to return back along same route if you want a longer walk.  Wear good hiking boots as the trail is very rocky.  Bring sunscreen and be prepared for biting insects like mosquitoes and ticks.   Bring water and snacks for the walk.  Light lunch will be provided by the City of Hamilton for this very special event.

    For more information and to register for this event, please contact hike leader Samar Smith


  • 05
    August 5, 2019

    Radial Trail , Hamilton

    9:30 AM-12:00 PM

    Hosting Club: Iroquoia

    Location (Google Maps): Parking lot of the Chedoke Golf Club in Hamilton.

    Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
    Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
    Distance: 10 km


    Hamilton Radial Trail +/- 10km loop.
    Hike Leader : Daljeet Juneja email :
    Phone : 905 -870- 3088.

  • 06
    August 6, 2019

    Tuesday Evening Not-the-Bruce Trail Hike

    7:00 PM-8:45 PM

    Hosting Club: Iroquoia

    Location (Google Maps): Escarpment Rail Trail

    Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
    Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
    Distance: 8 km


    We’ll do a loop walk that includes Hamilton’s Wentworth Street stairs, the Escarpment Rail Trail, a bit of the Bruce, and the mountain brow. You’ll like how these fit together so seamlessly. Meet in the parking lot just to the east of the top of the Wentworth St. stairs. Wear boots and bring water. Pub stop will follow.
    Leader: Richard Reble at