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Bruce Trail - Iroquois & Toronto Sections (May 31 - June 2)

Friday, May 31, 2019 to Sunday, June 2, 2019
Iroquois and Toronto Sections

Lester Earle
(519) 542-7329 (p)
Registration is required
Non-Members: To determine if our club is a good fit for you before joining, we welcome you to try out up to 3 events. Please contact event leader in advance to advise attendance.
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Friday "Drive Up Day" Optional Hike
Day One Hike (Saturday)
Day Two Hike (Sunday)
Event Description REGISTRATION OPEN MAR 1, 2019
(Bruce Trail Reference & Trail Guide Ed 27)

Iroquoia Section from Walkers Line at 87.0km to Calcium Pits on Twiss Rd. 
Optional hike on "Drive Up" day from Dundas St. 76.8km to Walkers Line 87.0km.
Finishes a gap from Oct 2017 and Oct 2018 hikes, and was last done in Oct 2011.
Iroquoia Section - Steele's Ave Side Trail 115.3km to end at Hwy-401 121.7 km
Toronto Section - Hwy-4010.0 km to Speyside Resource Mgt 11.2 km. 
This was last done in 2013.
NOTE: For first time, Lester is offering an optional shorter distance on Sat hike of 13 km.
Accommodations and dinners TBD.
Meeting Place
Location in Burlington: Hotel TBD
Event Start Time 8:00 am @ hotel, check in 15 mins prior
8:30 - 9:00 am on trail

Level Difficult
Distance ~ 33.1 km (or 43.3 km w/ opt Friday hike)
Pace ~ 3 km/hr
Duration ~ 5 - 6 hrs/day
Money is Required For: Accommodations,
carpooling donation $TBD, dinners out
Required Items to Bring Snacks, water, food for breakfasts/packed lunches, hiking boots, hiking pole(s)
Recommended to Bring Gear for inclement weather, bug spray, mosquito head net
Current Conditions  Participants Should Be Prepared For:
rough terrain and possible rain/mud

IMPORTANT NOTE: Have you completed a challenging hike such as the Fanshawe Lake Trail offered April 27, 2019 or the Maitland Trail offered May 11, 2019? We strongly encourage you to complete one or more of these hikes to ensure your conditioning prior to attending the Bruce Trail hikes.