Rainbow Hike - Boundary Road, Neyaashiinigmiing
- PaceTypes Medium
- TerrainTypes ,Easy,Moderate
- PaidOuting No
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Hosting Club: Peninsula
Location (Google Maps): Meet at Crooked Toe Road and Boundary Road (Neyaashiinigmiing). GPS Coordinates: 44.873790, -81.075044 (Bruce Trail Reference Guide Edition 30, Map 36 .
Hike Leader(s): Marg Glendon Click here to contact Hike Leader(s)
Terrain: Easy, Moderate
Distance: ~2 1/2 KM
All PBTC hikes welcome 2S-LGBTQQIAP+ participants and community allies. This hike is collaboratively planned by Grey Bruce Pride and Peninsula Bruce Trail Club.
Bruce Trail Day is the first Sunday in October. On this day, hikes and activities help us to celebrate the longest and oldest marked footpath in Canada -The Bruce Trail. Celebrate by joining this popular PBTC Fall hike. The wetland here is a favourite spot for migrating waterfowl! We will hike to the pond, then through a gentle meadow toward the beautiful colours of the Fall Forest found here. A short, steep climb here will lead us to the top of the hill before our gentle return walk down Boundary Road to our parked vehicles. This hike is about 2 ½ km, has some uneven terrain, long grass and one short, steep climb. It is not wheelchair accessible.
What to bring: Wear a hat and long sleeved/legged pants. Bring a light backpack with snacks and water. Hiking poles are not essential, but would be helpful. Binoculars and camera – if you wish.
Parking: Free - thank you to Chippewas of Nawash. Roadside parking at the meeting location. Car pool if possible.