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The Bruce Trail, Ontario

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  • I've visited the trails in every seasons except winter and I love it here. It's MASSIVE. We usually spend at least 4 hours to try to go down every path we find. There's a few different areas you can s...  more »
  • This review is for the section of the Bruce Trail from Queenston Heights to Balls Falls. We've walked this section of the Bruce Trail many times. In all 4 seasons. Recently we walked from the start of...  more »
  • I went on a Saturday in October through the area, to get to know a little country and its people. After I found the most tourist attractions in the area of the blue mountains rather dissuasive (more expensive ticket, queues, Tourimäßige organization) and Collingwood is cycle through after an hour including coffee, have I decided due to the beautiful October weather a few kilometres on the trail to hike. If you even understand the signs, you can go detour, loops and the like without to run. The nature is beautiful and there are some interesting rock formations. But honestly geagt: the resin has even more beautiful canyons and more water. So for this area does not need to Canada, but if you're already there and must spend a weekend and has also not keen on Rummel or urban, then this is a very nice area. It is also nice that the routes - especially the byways - are not traipsing, but still largely natural.
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