Burnt Point Loop (Peninsula blue series)
- PaceTypes Leisurely
- TerrainTypes Moderate
- PaidOuting No
Hosting Club: Peninsula
Location (Google Maps): 500 meters south of Visitor Centre at Bruce Peninsula National Park.
Hike Leader(s): Saabir Sohrab Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Distance: 3.3 km [+ 1k Main Trail]
Join us to hike the Burnt Point Loop to celebrate the annual Bruce Trail Day. Enjoy spectacular views of the Fathom Five National Marine Park, shore line of the Georgian Bay and not to forget the sounds of beautiful birds as we hike through the pretty cedar forest.
Bruce trail day is an annual celebration to enjoy, appreciate, preserve and protect this beautiful hiking tail for the future generations to come.
To learn more about the Bruce Tail Day follow this link -> https://brucetrail.org/bruce-trail-day-2022/
Please be sure to bring water, snack and wear appropriate footwear for some uneven terrain, and don’t forget the camera.
Rain or shine.
Time commitment is approximately 2.5hrs.
Park Admission Fee: We will be hiking on a section of the Bruce Trail which is located within the National Park boundary. The Guided Hike is free. However, Park admission fees apply and can be purchased at the Visitors Centre. If you have a National Park Pass, your admission is already covered.
Parking at: Visitors Centre Parking Lot located at 120 Chi sin tib dek Rd, Tobermory ON N0H 2R0.
Meet at: The Viewing Tower - Bruce Peninsula National Park Visitors Centre [120 Chi sin tib dek Rd, Tobermory ON N0H 2R0]. Please arrive a few minutes prior to our starting time of 9am.