Beaver Valley Club Hikes

Viewpoint overlooking Beaver Valley along the Bruce Trail. Photo Marg Yaraskavitch 2013
Photo © Marg Yaraskavitch, 2013.

Hiking happens in the Beaver Valley in all four seasons. The Club runs organized hikes on weekdays and weekends. New hikers are welcome to join any of the Club’s organized hikes. Membership is not required to participate.

Hikes vary in length and level of difficulty and most are moderately-paced. Terrain and walking-speed are indicated for all organized hikes. Review the Hike Rating System. Hike participants must be able to complete the specified length of the hike within their own ability or with help from their own support person within the time allowed. Check our Participant Guidelines to arrive prepared to hike.

Join us for Soup’s On or Potluck get-togethers that follow some of the hikes. Check monthly schedules listed below for these friendly events. Choose to participate in both hike and ‘eats’ or just one or the other. Potluck participants bring a main dish or a salad or a dessert to share (minimum of 6 servings). Participants are asked to bring their own dishes, cutlery, glass and drink of choice. Potlucks will be held even if outing is cancelled.

Hiking Schedules

Beginning January 2018, hikes schedules and related activities will be available here only in the monthly format. Notices for hikes and special activities will also be posted on our Facebook page. Updates to the posted schedules will be clearly highlighted with red ink.

The Fall hike schedule will be out soon!

Visit the Bruce Trail for details about organized hikes in the other Bruce Trail Clubs.

Falling Water Badge awarded to hikers who complete a challenging 31 km route in the Beaver Valley on the Bruce Trail in a single day Falling Water Badge Event Test your mettle on our most challinging single day hike event! $10 registration fee includes special Falling Water badge and refreshments. Saturday, September 1.

Participant Guidelines

  1. All kms. mentioned are according to maps in Edition 29 of The Bruce Trail Reference.
  2. Please arrive 10 minutes before start of hike.
  3. Hike participants are expected to wear sturdy footwear.
  4. Always carry I.D. and your health card.
  5. For spring and summer hikes bring sunscreen, insect repellent and water.
  6. Please leave dogs at home.

Hike Rating System

Terrain (T): Easy: Mostly flat and good footing
Moderate: Some hills and/or some poor footing
Strenuous: Hilly with steep climbs and some poor footing
Pace (P): Leisurely: 3 km/hr or less Medium: 3-4 km/hr
Brisk: 4-5 km/hr Fast: 5+ km/hr