2023 Peninsula End-To-End [18 Hike] Series
- PaceTypes Medium
- TerrainTypes ,Difficult,Easy,Moderate
- PaidOuting No
Hike open to BTC Members only.
This is a Multi-Day Hike
You are signing up for the following dates and times:
2023-05-04 at 11:00
2023-05-05 at 09:30
2023-05-18 at 10:00
2023-05-19 at 10:30
2023-06-01 at 09:30
2023-06-02 at 09:30
2023-06-15 at 10:00
2023-06-16 at 09:10
2023-06-29 at 10:30
2023-06-30 at 09:30
2023-09-07 at 09:00
2023-09-08 at 09:00
2023-09-21 at 10:30
2023-09-22 at 09:00
2023-10-05 at 09:00
2023-10-06 at 10:30
2023-10-19 at 09:00
2023-10-20 at 09:30
Hosting Club: Peninsula
Location (Google Maps): 2023 Peninsula E2E in 18 (May 5th to Oct 20th)
Hike Leader(s): Randy Vanderlaan, Saabir Sohrab Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Terrain: Difficult, Easy, Moderate
Distance: Average 10Km
“The “Peninsula End to End” is intended for hikers that want to complete the entire “end to end” series and participate in all 18 hikes. Please register for all 18 hikes.” “If you are interested in only some of the hikes, please email Randy [email@example.com]. We will contact you as spots become available.”
Peninsula End-To- End” Hikers [18 Hike Series]
The Peninsula is one of the most picturesque but also the most rugged section of the Bruce Trail. Please come prepared for all weather conditions.
You will receive an email notification if there is any change in the schedule or in case of cancellation.
Due to parking availability and car shuttle logistics for our large group, we have arranged a School Bus Charter to transport us to and from our hikes. The fee is $10 per hike or $180 per hiker, which includes the cost of the charter and Bruce Peninsula National Park "day-use fees." This fee will not change based on the number of hikes attended.
If you have any questions about our hike, please contact the Hike Leader.
Please note our hike speed typically does not exceed 3km per hour and we will take breaks to enjoy our beautiful scenery.
- Please arrive 15 minutes before start of hike.
- Clothing and Footwear:
- Hikers are expected to wear (or carry) appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain. This will prevent injuries and show consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
- Sturdy footwear is necessary.
- Hiking poles are not required but are a good idea in any season especially for rocky and slippery terrain.
- What to Pack:
- I.D. and your health card.
- Water (minimum 1L) ,snacks and lunch.
- Sunscreen and insect repellent.
- Group Hikers Etiquette:
- We move as a group. It keeps the vibe right.
- We take all breaks together.
- It isn’t a race. The hike is paced by the group leader. YOU ARE ON A TEAM.