Iroquoia

Notice: Hiking Program & COVID-19

Some Bruce Trail Clubs are restarting their hiking program on July 1st. During this time, hikes are for BTC members only and pre-registration is required. Group size is limited to 10.

Review our guidelines and updates >

To view all Bruce Trail Conservancy Hikes click here

Wed Jan 0 1

New Years Day Hikes at DVCA

12:00 PM-4:00 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Dundas Valley Conservation Area
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 3-4 km

Description

Start 2020 right with a New Year’s Day hike in the beautiful Dundas Valley Conservation Area. Bring your family, friends, and neighbours for a free, enjoyable winter afternoon walk with the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club. Please note that walks are free but there is an entrance free to the conservation area. No registration required.

All walks will start at 12:30 p.m. from the trail centre. We will be holding one-hour walks and a two hour walk. After the walks, join us in the Trail Centre for warm drinks, snacks and a chance to chat with others and wish them a Happy New Year. Door prizes after the two hour hike and the one hour hikes. Wear layers and good walking boots.

Please note: Parking fee: $10 per car/Seniors $8, if you don’t have a Hamilton Conservation Area annual pass. You can purchase an annual pass there that gives you 366 days to experience beautiful waterfalls, nature trails, and program discounts in 2020 which is a leap year!

More events and hikes on our website https://www.iroquoia.on.ca/
Contact Anne Armstrong  hikingrandma@gmail.com or Bron brontreg@cogeco.ca 905-637-7136 for more information.

Thu Jan 0 2

Mountsberg Conservation Area

9:30 AM-1:00 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Mountsberg Conservation Area, 2259 Milburough Line, Hamilton
Hike Leader(s): Steven White Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 12km

Description

Meet at parking lot inside Mountsberg Conservation Area – we will hike Pioneer Creek Trail and Lakeshore Lookout Trail.  Bring hiking boots, icers, water, snack, lunch.  No dogs please. Pub/Refreshment stop to follow

email stevenwhite901@gmail.com to register or text to 289-242-9415

Sun Jan 0 5

Bronte Creek Provincial Park

9:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Orchard Community Park parking lot on the north side of Blue Spruce Avenue just east of Sutton Drive in Burlington.
Hike Leader(s): Stuart Law Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 10 km

Description

Enjoy a quiet Sunday morning exploring the west side of the Twelve Mile Creek in Bronte Provincial Park with fellow Forest Bathers as we trundle through woodland and then descend the valley to the creek that William Lyon Mackenzie had to cross in a hurry in the aftermath of the failed 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion.  We will check out Spruce Lane Farm and hopefully some farm animals too.  The trail could very well be icy so please bring your icers as well as a snack and a warm drink.  Please pre-register at stuarthikes@gmail.com so that I can get an idea of numbers and let you know if the hike has to be cancelled for any reason.  Thank you.

Sun Jan 0 5

Junior Hiker/Kerns Road

10:30 AM-12:15 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Junior Hiker
Location (Google Maps): City View Park/Kerns Road (South of Dundas. South Parking Lot) Map 11.
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: Approx. 5 km.

Description

Come explore this part of the Bruce Trail, giving excellent views over the escarpment towards Hamilton and Burlington. Park in the south parking lot of City View Park, on the east side of Kerns Rd. Bring water and a snack. Icers may be necessary. Some short, rocky sections. Please register with the leader before the hike. (Winter Badges will be distributed. Badges cost $5.)
Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Mon Jan 0 6

Iroquoia Winter E2E – 1 of 6 (19.4km)

8:30 AM-2:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Happy Wanderers
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Grimsby Lions Community Pool – north of km 0.0 Enter at 1 Elm St located at the south end of Coronation Park (30 cars) N 43.193201, W 79.565301
Shuttle to Devil’s Punch Bowl Conservation Area km 19.4 Enter from Ridge Rd, east of Centennial Parkway. Day-use fee is charged (20 cars) N 43.211275, W 79.754991
Hike Leader(s): Steven White Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 19.4km

Description

For those looking to enjoy some winter hiking or to complete Iroquoia E2E and achieve their Winter badge, I have planned 6 Monday hikes. Please register ahead of the hike, so I can do car shuttle planning and to contact hikers if inclement weather requires us to re-schedule the hike. Email stevenwhite901@gmail.com or text 289-242-9415
Bring water, snack, lunch, hiking boots, icers. Sorry no dogs.

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Toronto, Caledon Hills

Location (Google Maps): Queenston to Tobermory
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: 20-25km per day

Description

This event is being hosted by hike leaders from three clubs: Toronto, Caledon and Iroquoia/Niagara and will be led from hike leaders from each of those clubs. If you are interested in hiking the entire Bruce Trail in 2020, join us March 14-27, April 14-27, and May 2-15 South to North. We will hike approximately 20-25km on each day to complete the 900+km trail. Participants are asked to raise $500 each for the Bruce Trail Conservancy. If you would like to participate in this event, please confirm by email on January 6, 2020(not before) to ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com. This event is limited to 20 members including 3 hike leaders Ruth Moffatt – Niagara/ Iroquoia, Jacqueline VanDyke – Toronto and Sandra Green – Caledon Hills.

You will receive a link for the fundraising page and this will confirm your commitment. If you have any questions prior to this date, please do not hesitate to ask.

Please contact ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com for a list of Questions and Answers.

Wed Jan 0 8

Hikers R Us - Blair and Downtown Galt

9:00 AM-1:30 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Hikers R Us
Location (Google Maps): Slit Barn, 768 Blair Rd, Cambridge
Hike Leader(s): Louise Langlais Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr, Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing

Description

We will hike from Blair to downtown Galt and back in a loop. We will stop at a cafe in Galt for lunch and a warm drink.

Cell: 519-222-4040 on day of hike. At other times, email is the best way to contact me. Bring sunscreen, icers, snacks, lunch, and 1-2 litres of water.

Please email me at least 24 hours before the hike to register. Sometimes last minute changes are made to hikes; registering means you won’t be waiting around the meeting place not knowing why no-one else is there!
For personalized driving directions, just copy and paste the GPS coordinates into a Google search window and voila!

Wed Jan 0 8

Good Companions - Crawford Lake Circuit

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Crawford Lake Conservation Area
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: Approximately 7 km.

Description

Crawford Lake is beautiful anytime but winter adds a special beauty. Join us for a circuit of the Crawford Lake Conservation Area including the boardwalk around the lake. Afterwards explore the Indian Village if you wish. Bring a snack/lunch and water. Icers may be necessary. Meet in the lower Parking lot for a 10:00 am. start. Crawford Lake CA is on the east side of Guelph Line, north of Derry Rd. Parking fee in effect or Conservation Area pass. Optional refreshment stop afterwards. Map 11
Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Education Hike
Location (Google Maps): 200 Harbour Front Dr, Hamilton, ON L8L 1C8
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing

Description

Join me as guest leader Christine Bowen from Bay Area Restoration Park (BARC) takes us on an interpretive walk on the loop around Bayfront Park.   Christine will update us on the issues and restoration projects that are happing in the area.  Learn about the challenges of the Remedial Action Plan to help clean our harbour waters.  Christine is very knowledgeable and you can ask all the questions you like about the wildlife including invasive species like Common Carp and Phragmites that live in the area and what steps are being taken to control them.   Optional stop at Williams Cafe.  Sign up at 9:45 so we can leave promtly at 10AM.

This is a paved path that can be tricky if snow or ice covered.  Wear boots with icers and bring poles if you have them.  It can be chilly by the bay so dress warm. Bring water and snacks.  Cancelled in inclement weather.  Registration not required but if you want to let me know you’re coming I can inform you if walk is cancelled.  Bron brontreg@cogeco.ca  Cell phone with text 905-334-4013 or home phone 905-637-7136.

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Toronto, Caledon Hills

Location (Google Maps): Queenston to Tobermory
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: 20-25km per day

Description

This event is being hosted by hike leaders from three clubs: Toronto, Caledon and Iroquoia/Niagara and will be led from hike leaders from each of those clubs. If you are interested in hiking the entire Bruce Trail in 2020, join us March 14-27, April 14-27, and May 2-15 South to North. We will hike approximately 20-25km on each day to complete the 900+km trail. Participants are asked to raise $500 each for the Bruce Trail Conservancy. If you would like to participate in this event, please confirm by email on January 6, 2020(not before) to ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com. This event is limited to 20 members including 3 hike leaders Ruth Moffatt – Niagara/ Iroquoia, Jacqueline VanDyke – Toronto and Sandra Green – Caledon Hills.

You will receive a link for the fundraising page and this will confirm your commitment. If you have any questions prior to this date, please do not hesitate to ask.

Please contact ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com for a list of Questions and Answers.

Mon Jan 1 3

Iroquoia Winter E2E – 2 of 6 (21.5km)

8:30 AM-2:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Happy Wanderers
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Devil’s Punch Bowl Conservation Area km 19.4 Enter from Ridge Rd, east of Centennial Parkway. Day-use fee is charged (20 cars) N 43.211275, W 79.754991
Shuttle to km 40.8 on Scenic Dr, west of Chateau Crt, parking is under the hydro towers (8 cars) N 43.245533, W 79.930693
Hike Leader(s): Steven White Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 21.5km

Description

For those looking to enjoy some winter hiking or to complete Iroquoia E2E and achieve their Winter badge, I have planned 6 Monday hikes. Please register ahead of the hike, so I can do car shuttle planning and to contact hikers if inclement weather requires us to re-schedule the hike. Email stevenwhite901@gmail.com or text 289-242-9415
Bring water, snack, lunch, hiking boots, icers. Sorry no dogs.

Wed Jan 1 5

Good Companions - City View Park to Waterdown

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): City View Park on Kerns Road, North Burlington. NORTH CAR PARK (nearest to Hwy 5)
Hike Leader(s): Connie Rusynyk Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 8 km

Description

We will walk west towards Waterdown and return via a similar route. Please bring icers. Coffee at Copper Kettle in Waterdown for those interested.

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Southern Terminus Cairn at Queenston Heights Park
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 26km

Description

The longest of the blue side trails in Niagara, we will hike it twice for a distance of 26km. Participation is unlimited as the terrain is flat and for the most part, asphalt. Parking is plentiful but please carpool to our meeting location if possible. Please register for this hike in the event it must be cancelled/postponed due to weather conditions.

Thu Jan 1 6

Hiking the Canyon

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Rattlesnake Point
Hike Leader(s): Phillip Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Dependent on Conditions, Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: Approx. 8 to 10 km.

Description

Meet in the upper parking lot of Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area located on the west side of Appleby Line just north of Derry Road.
Bring a snack/lunch and water. Icers may be necessary. Parking fee if effect or Conservation Area pass. Join us for a hike down into the canyon. Weather and conditions permitting we can hike over to Crawford Lake Interpretive Centre. Map 11.
Leaders: Phillip and Anne Armstrong 416 895 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Sat Jan 1 8

Dan's Birthday Hike

9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Dundas Valley Conservation Area
Postponed from January 11, 2020 due to weather.
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing, Slippery Sections Likely
Distance: 11km

Description

(Postponed from January 11/20)

This hike is in celebration of what would’ve been Dan Welsh’s 72nd birthday. It is hoped that we can remember him each year in this manner.

Park at the Dundas Valley Conservation Centre at 650 Governor’s Rd, Dundas. Meet at the Trail Centre. We will hike to Sherman Falls and back. Please bring icer’s to wear in case the trail is icy. There will be a complimentary Coke and donut following the hike.  Please register for this hike so we will know how many to expect. There is a possibility of cancellation if we have inclement weather and/or if the driving conditions are too bad.

If you have further questions please contact the hike leader.

Sat Jan 1 8

Crawford Lake Conservation Area Hike

9:00 AM-11:45 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Crawford Lake Conservation Authority
Hike Leader(s): Bronwen Tregunno Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: ~8 km

Description

Meet at the lower parking lot at Crawford Lake CA at 8:45 AM for a 9AM start.  We’ll hike for about 2.5 hours.  The hike entry system might have time incorrect!! .  Fees apply if you do not have a pass.   If you have a BTC membership you’ll get a discount on your pass.  We’ll aim to meet at the lower parking lot but if it is very icy we’ll meet at upper parking lot.  Trails can be very icy this time of year.  ICERS REQUIRED. You get a discount at HIkers Haven in Oakville and Adventure Attic in Dundas if you have a BTC membership.  Poles recommended.  Wear good boots & layers. Bring snack and water.   If very cold bring a warm beverage.  Trail centre will be open after our hike at 10AM.  Pit washroom available at lower parking lot.  We’ll explore some of the Bruce Side Trail and go down into the valley towards Rattlesnake point and back up along the main trail that runs along the escarpment.  Can be very muddy in warmer weather but we’ll take it slow.   We’ll adjust route if needed.   Please come early at 8:45 AM to sign up so we can get on trail by 9AM.  Hike will take about 2.5 hr.  Contact Bron for more information brontreg@cogeco.ca cell with text 905-334-4013 (leave message) home 905-637-7136.   Cancelled is weather makes it dangerous for driving.  Check this page to confirm or email me.

Sun Jan 1 9

Gentle/Beginner Hike

10:00 AM-12:15 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Halton Agreement Forest
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 7 to 8 km.

Description

A lovely hike in a lovely forested area, this is suitable for those who want a shorter hike over easier terrain, although we may encounter some rocky areas. Icers may be necessary. Bring a snack and water. Meet in the small parking area on your right. There is also parking along the road. Directions: take Guelph Line north to Sideroad 10, above Highway 401. Turn right and go east until the road bends to the left. The parking lot is just ahead on your right.
Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 337 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Toronto, Caledon Hills

Location (Google Maps): Queenston to Tobermory
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: 20-25km per day

Description

This event is being hosted by hike leaders from three clubs: Toronto, Caledon and Iroquoia/Niagara and will be led from hike leaders from each of those clubs. If you are interested in hiking the entire Bruce Trail in 2020, join us March 14-27, April 14-27, and May 2-15 South to North. We will hike approximately 20-25km on each day to complete the 900+km trail. Participants are asked to raise $500 each for the Bruce Trail Conservancy. If you would like to participate in this event, please confirm by email on January 6, 2020(not before) to ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com. This event is limited to 20 members including 3 hike leaders Ruth Moffatt – Niagara/ Iroquoia, Jacqueline VanDyke – Toronto and Sandra Green – Caledon Hills.

You will receive a link for the fundraising page and this will confirm your commitment. If you have any questions prior to this date, please do not hesitate to ask.

Please contact ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com for a list of Questions and Answers.

Mon Jan 2 0

Iroquoia Winter E2E – 3 of 6 (21.4km)

8:30 AM-2:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Happy Wanderers
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Rock Chapel Nature Sanctuary, km 62.2 Enter from Rock Chapel Rd, 1.5 km south of Hwy 5, 1.8 km west of Hwy 6. Free parking for RBG member, otherwise day-use fee applies (30 cars) N 43.290604, W 79.937090
Shuttle to km 40.8 on Scenic Dr, west of Chateau Crt, parking is under the hydro towers (8 cars) N 43.245533, W 79.930693
Hike Leader(s): Steven White Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 21.4km

Description

For those looking to enjoy some winter hiking or to complete Iroquoia E2E and achieve their Winter badge, I have planned 6 Monday hikes. Please register ahead of the hike, so I can do car shuttle planning and to contact hikers if inclement weather requires us to re-schedule the hike. Email stevenwhite901@gmail.com or text 289-242-9415
Bring water, snack, lunch, hiking boots, icers. Sorry no dogs.

Wed Jan 2 2

Mountsberg Conservation area

9:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Hikers R Us
Location (Google Maps): Mountsberg Conservation area, 2259 Milborough line, Campbellville
Hike Leader(s): Charlotte Stewart Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 12 km

Description

We will hike the snowy trails of Mountsberg CA and enjoy the raptors sanctuary. CA fees apply. Please contact Charlotte Stewart stewchar01@gmail.com if you plan to join us. Bring water, snack/lunch, hiking boots. Icers may be needed. No dogs please.

Wed Jan 2 2

Good Companions - Burlington Byways

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Meet in the parking lot directly behind the Burlington Public Library on New Street.
Hike Leader(s): Janina Vanderpost Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Easy – Mostly flat and usually good footing
Distance: 8 km

Description

This is a there and back walk.  From the Burlington Public Library on New Street we will walk along the walking/biking paths to Spencer Smith Park and then along Lake Ontario towards the canal.  How far we go before turning around will depend on temperature and weather conditions.  Bring water, snack and icers.

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Meet at DeCew House Heritage Park
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 24.8km – a mix of trail and asphalt

Description

The Bert Lowe Side Trail is the second longest side trail in Niagara. We will complete it twice – in/out for a total of about 25km. Please register for this hike in case it has to be cancelled/postponed due to weather conditions. There is a limit at the DeCew House parking lot of 20 cars. Please carpool if possible.

Thu Jan 2 3

Iroquois Woods

10:00 AM-1:15 AM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Oakville Town Hall
Hike Leader(s): Norman Young Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 12km

Description

Dress appropriate for the weather.  Bring water, snack and icers

Sun Jan 2 6

Pop Up Hike

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Dundas Valley Conservation Area
Hike Leader(s): Anne Armstrong Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 8 to 10 km.

Description

Hiking the Dundas Valley Conservation Area is always pleasant and provides a good workout with its many hills, short or long. We will hike the Sawmill Trail, onto the Spring Creek Trail and return via the rail trail. Meet in the last parking lot before the Trail Centre at 9:45 am. for a 10:00 am. start. Bring water, a snack and icers. Br prepared for icy and/or muddy conditions. Parking fee in effect or Conservation Area pass. BTC Map 8.
Leader: Anne Armstrong 905 617 3937 hikingrandma@gmail.com

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia, Toronto, Caledon Hills

Location (Google Maps): Queenston to Tobermory
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: 20-25km per day

Description

This event is being hosted by hike leaders from three clubs: Toronto, Caledon and Iroquoia/Niagara and will be led from hike leaders from each of those clubs. If you are interested in hiking the entire Bruce Trail in 2020, join us March 14-27, April 14-27, and May 2-15 South to North. We will hike approximately 20-25km on each day to complete the 900+km trail. Participants are asked to raise $500 each for the Bruce Trail Conservancy. If you would like to participate in this event, please confirm by email on January 6, 2020(not before) to ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com. This event is limited to 20 members including 3 hike leaders Ruth Moffatt – Niagara/ Iroquoia, Jacqueline VanDyke – Toronto and Sandra Green – Caledon Hills.

You will receive a link for the fundraising page and this will confirm your commitment. If you have any questions prior to this date, please do not hesitate to ask.

Please contact ruthdmoffatt@gmail.com for a list of Questions and Answers.

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Meet in parking area north of Glendale Ave.
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 10.2

Description

The Twelve Side Trail in Niagara runs in two directions from the parking area. We will complete the trail twice. Please register for this hike in the event it has to be cancelled or postponed due to weather. The parking are allows for 15 vehicles. Please carpool if possible.

Hosting Club: Niagara, Iroquoia
Category: General Hike
Location (Google Maps): Meet in Short Hills PP in parking lot off of Pelham Rd
Hike Leader(s): Ruth Moffatt Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk – 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 5.3 or 10.6km

Description

The Black Walnut Side Trail combined with the Rim of Africa Friendship Trail is 5.3km. The loop trail will be hiked twice and you may choose to hike it twice or just once. There is a capacity for 10 vehicles at the parking area off of Pelham Rd. Please car pool if possible. Please register for this hike in the event it must be cancelled or postponed due to weather.

Wed Jan 2 9

Good Companions - Crawford Lake

10:00 AM-12:30 PM

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Good Companions
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Main Entrance to Crawford Lake Conservation Area. Fees apply.
Hike Leader(s): Connie Rusynyk Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Leisurely – 3km/hr or less
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 8 km

Description

We will do a loop hike taking in the boardwalk, lookout and green conservation loop. Please bring icers. Refreshments at Trail Eatery in Campbellville for those interested.

Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Thursday Group
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Dog Park Intersection of York Road and Valley Road in Dundas.
Hike Leader(s): Terry Rose Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Medium – 3 to 4 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate – Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 9 km

Description

We will carpool to Tews Falls and hike back. Some hills.