Bus Hike: Blue Mountains End to End Part VI of VI Noisy River

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04/06/2024 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Bus Hike: Blue Mountains End to End Part VI of VI Noisy River

  • HikeType Bus Hike
  • HikeIcon https://hikes.brucetrail.org/wp-content/uploads/formidable/7/marker_bus-hikes-2.png
  • PaceTypes Moderate
  • TerrainTypes Variable
  • PaidOuting Yes

Trip Information
Departure Time: 08:00
Return to City Time: 19:00
Departure Point: York Mills Bus Pickup

Registration Required:

Registration Costs
Members - $30.00
Child Members - $15.00
Non-Members - $37.00
Child Non-Members - $19.00

Long Distance Fees apply
A late return is anticipated

Sorry, the registration cut-off time for this hike has been reached.
Please Note: Refunds are not allowed for this hike

Optional Items

Hosting Club: Toronto
Category: Bus Hike
Location (Google Maps): Noisy River

Hike Leader(s): George Lennon and Michael Humpage Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)

Pace: Moderate
Terrain: Variable
Distance: 10.5 km


Bus departs 10 York Mills Rd at 8:00 AM and Major Mackenzie Dr and HWY 400 Park and Ride at 8:20 AM. If you wish to be picked up at the Major Mackenzie Dr and HWY 400 Park and Ride, type ‘yes’ in the additional information field. Please arrive 15 minutes before departure. The bus waits for no one.

The trail follows a small stream for a short distance and then goes through a mixture of open field, mature forest. The trail crosses the Noisy River and proceeds past several deep crevices and lookouts through the Noisy River Provincial Park. There are some steep sections near the river.  We end our journey near the village of Lavender.  We will celebrate the completion of our end-to-end journey with a party afterwards in Shelburne.  Everyone who has ordered a badge will be mailed about a week prior to the trip reminding them that they have ordered a badge. If someone has ordered a badge and not yet paid,  the hike leaders will collect the $10 in cash for the cost of the badge on the morning of the day of this final hike.

Updated mask policy:

Proper fitting N95/KN95 masks continue to be strongly recommended while riding the bus. However, effective March 1st 2024 the use of face masks will no longer be mandatory which is consistent with other clubs, commercial outings, and public transit systems in our area. Hike leaders will not be enforcing their use on the bus/coach. If not feeling well hikers are asked to stay home. If you have a persistent cough please wear a mask in respect of your fellow hikers.