Blue Mountains THREE DAY End to End – THREE DAY EVENT

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05/25/2024 7:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Blue Mountains THREE DAY End to End - THREE DAY EVENT

  • HikeType End-to-End
  • PaceTypes Brisk - 4 to 5 km/hr
  • TerrainTypes Moderate - Some hills and/or some poor footing
  • PaidOuting Yes

This is a Multi-Day Hike

You are signing up for the following dates and times:

2024-05-25 at 07:00
2024-05-26 at 07:00
2024-05-27 at 07:00

Registration Required:

Registration Costs
Members - $80.00
Child Members - $0.00
Non-Members - $90.00
Child Non-Members - $0.00

Sorry, the registration cut-off time for this hike has been reached.
Please Note: Refunds are only allowed up to 14 days before this hike

Hosting Club: Blue Mountains
Category: End-to-End
Location (Google Maps): Day 1 Parking/Meeting location is at Nottawasaga Bluffs Conservation Area. Day 2 & 3 parking will be near Pretty River Valley Provincial Park. Details will follow after registration

Hike Leader(s): Robert Johnston Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Pace: Brisk - 4 to 5 km/hr
Terrain: Moderate - Some hills and/or some poor footing
Distance: 67 km


Join us this spring for the Blue Mountains Bruce Trail Club THREE DAY End-to-End hike event. This 3 Day hike is for those hikers wanting to complete our section over three days. Approximate Daily Hike Lengths: Day 1--22Km, Day 2--20Km, Day 3--25Km. You will wind your way through the beautiful and varied terrain of the Blue Mountains Club trails. Enjoy the early signs of nature awakening at this time of the year, the beautiful vistas and the rugged escarpment. You will cover the 67 km distance of our section which runs from Lavender to Swiss Meadows. Checkpoint stations will be offered approximately every 10 kms with snacks, water refill and assistance. A BBQ is included on the Saturday at the end of the hike day, at Highlands Nordic, and will commence at 2:00 pm. Details will be emailed to participants shortly after registration is received. Note, this event consists of longer distances and is generally not suitable for beginning hikers.