Iroquoia End-to-End - 4 days
- HikeType Special Event
- PaceTypes ,Brisk - 4 to 5 km/hr,Fast - 5+ km/hr
- TerrainTypes ,Moderate - Some hills and/or some poor footing,Slippery Sections Likely,Strenuous - Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
- PaidOuting Yes
This is a Multi-Day Hike
You are signing up for the following dates and times:
2023-09-16 at 07:00
2023-09-17 at 07:00
2023-09-23 at 07:00
2023-09-24 at 07:00
Members - $95.00
Child Members - $0.00
Non-Members - $110.00
Child Non-Members - $0.00
Hosting Club: Iroquoia
Category: Special Event
Location (Google Maps): Two different bus loading locations (one for each wknd) will be provided to registered hikers only. Unregistered hikers who show up will not be permitted to board the buses.
Hike Leader(s): Parvinder Sachdeva Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Pace: Brisk - 4 to 5 km/hr, Fast - 5+ km/hr
Terrain: Moderate - Some hills and/or some poor footing, Slippery Sections Likely, Strenuous - Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Distance: 122km (30-35 each day)
Please join us for the Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club annual self-led End-to-End. You can enjoy and complete the 122 km distance over four days (approximately 30-35km each day). Please be honest about your physical abilities. These 4 days are not recommended for new hikers or anyone who hasn’t completed these sort of distances recently.
The registration fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
The hikes will traverse the varied terrain from Grimbsy in the south, to the 401 in Milton. Checkpoint stations will be approximately every 10 km offering snacks, water refill, and assistance.
The hike is $95 for members and $110 for non-members and includes bus transportation from the meeting point to the hike starting point, refreshments, parking, permit costs, and the official E2E badge.
Registration opens at 3 pm on Tuesday, July 4, 2023 for Bruce Trail Conservancy members. If any spots are still available at 3 pm on Thursday, July 13, 2023, registration will also be opened for non-members.
Details will be emailed to participants once registration is received. As mentioned, these are longer hikes and are not suitable for beginning hikers. For both events, hikers are expected to maintain an average pace of 4 km/hr (or more). Hikers will be required to reach each checkpoint on each day by a prescribed time in order to continue, and ensure everyone is off the trail before dark. Please be aware that volunteers are running this event and will be waiting.
Space is limited, hikes go rain or shine, and no dogs are permitted on this event. For questions, please contact Parvinder Sachdeva at firstname.lastname@example.org