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Snowshoe hikers enjoy fresh snow and sunshine along wooded Bruce Trail at Kolapore. Photo Mike Arkless 2018.
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Snowshoe Adventure Begins ...

Large group of hikers pose for photo. First Snowshoe Adventure badge hike on Bruce Trail in Eugenia. Photo Glenda Collings 2019.
First badge hike on Bruce Trail in Eugenia. Photo credit: Glenda Collings, 2019.

Congrats to BVBTC Volunteer of the Year!

Jill Smith-Brodie presents Neil McFadgen with Volunteer of the Year Award for the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club at the Volunteer and Landowner Celebration. Photo Marg Yaraskavitch 2018.
Photo credit: Marg Yaraskavitch, 2018.

It comes as little surprise that in making such out-sized contributions to the Club that D. Neil McFadgen was recognized as the Club’s Volunteer of the Year. Read more about Neil ...


Beaver Valley Falling Water Trail Event

Female hikers pose with Bruce Beaver before starting Falling Waters challenge on Bruce Trail. Photo Marg Yaraskavitch 2018.
Photo credit: Margaret Yaraskavitch, 2018

The BVBTC held its sixth biennial Falling Water Trail badge event this past September. See photos and more ...


Bruce Trail Heroes of the Beaver Valley Get “The Boot”

Mike Osborn receives the BVBTC 2018 Keith Solomon Award. Photo Ros Rossetti 2018.
Photo credit: Ros Rossetti, 2018.

The Keith Solomon Award is granted annually for a significant contribution to the improvement or preservation of the Bruce Trail in the Beaver Valley. See more about the Award and our latest recipient, Mike Osborn.


Garlic Mustard Posse Rounds up a Notorious Weed

Taking bagged plants away at Garlic Mustard pull, Loree Forest, May 2017. Photo credit Mike Arkless.
Garlic Mustard pull volunteers pose with their bagged plants, Loree Forest, May 2017. Photo credit: Mike Arkless
Volunteers working at the Garlic Mustard pull, Loree Forest, May 2017. Photo credit: Mike Arkless.
Click to enlarge images. Photo credits: Mike Arkless, 2017.

Our thanks to volunteers who helped to remove an invasive weed at the annual Garlic Mustard pull in the Loree Forest. Learn more about how Garlic Mustard threatens to erase native environments.


Tour the Wodehouse Karst Side Trail

Stew Hilts
Photos © Stew Hilts

Wodehouse Creek disappears into sinkholes in this blind valley. Photo Stew Hilts, 2016.

Take a peek at the Wodehouse Karst Side Trail which opened in the spring of 2017.


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