Soup’s On Hike! Quiet Valley

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02/24/2024 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Soup's On Hike! Quiet Valley

  • PaceTypes Medium
  • TerrainTypes Moderate
  • PaidOuting No
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Hosting Club: Beaver Valley

Location (Google Maps): Meet in the laneway of Norine & Garth's home, 412 Quiet Valley Road. GPS does not always go to this address properly so here are the details. Quiet Valley Road is south off Epping Road/Sideroad 19. To access Sideroad 19 from the west use Grey Rd. 7 just south of The John Muir/Epping lookout (Quiet Valley Rd will be off Sideroad 19 on your right down the big hill). To access Sideroad 19 from the east use Grey Rd. 13 south of Heathcote (Quiet Valley Road will be off Sideroad 19 on your left before the big hill).

Hike Leader(s): Norine Baron Click here to contact the hike leader.

Pace: Medium
Terrain: Moderate
Length of Hike: 2 hours, approx. 5 km


SOUP'S ON!  Join us for a lovely snowshoe on the adjoining properties of Norine & Garth and Betty & Mike, where mature forest offers protection from the wind and views of Old Baldy may be seen if it's a clear day.  Afterward we'll enjoy a warming lunch in Norine & Garth's home.  They will provide the soup, plus coffee & tea and you'll bring a sandwich, or your choice of accompaniment to go with it.  If you'd like to bring goodies to share for dessert, feel free!  Folks are welcome to show up just for the lunch, or conversely, just for the hike.  If you are there just for lunch, please arrive about 12:00p.m. We may still be on the trail.  Depending on the conditions, we may use snowshoes, icers or just boots, so please come prepared.If you have any questions please contact The hike leader will inform the group in the morning on Fen. 24  if weather conditions preclude the hike.  Hope to see you there!  Please car pool if possible.

COVID-19 Precautions for your Hike 

  1. Each hiker joining a Bruce Trail Club organized hike must perform a self-screening check before hiking.
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  2. If you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, stay home.



All hikers are responsible for their own transportation to and from the hike.

Currently, there are no car shuttles on hikes – all hikes must be out-and-back or loop hikes.

Other Guidelines

  1. Arrive 15 minutes before the start of the hike.
  2. Wear sturdy footwear and appropriate attire for the weather and the terrain.
    Hiking poles are a good idea in any season, especially if the terrain is rocky or slippery. In winter, snowshoes or icers/crampons are needed when conditions dictate.
    Wearing appropriate clothing and footwear prevents injuries and shows consideration for a safe and positive group hiking experience.
  3. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  4. Bring sufficient water and snacks (or lunch if indicated). A minimum of 1L of water is recommended on all hikes, and 3L is recommended for long, challenging hikes in the heat of the summer.
  5. Bring sunscreen and insect repellent (for spring and summer hikes).
  6. Bring your own first aid kit.
  7. Please leave dogs at home.