Welcome to the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club!

Preserving a ribbon of wilderness, for everyone, forever.

Welcome to the Beaver Valley Section of the Bruce Trail! The Beaver Valley section of the Bruce Trail is comprised of 120km of main trail and 35 km of side trail which meander over 2662 acres of land (privately owned lands, Bruce Trail Conservancy owned land, Ontario Heritage trust lands).

The Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club (BVBTC) is one of the nine clubs of the Bruce Trail Conservancy and is made up of hikers, volunteers and other supporters. The volunteers of the BVBTC are dedicated to conserving and caring for the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail lands. This important work protects the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail ecosystems for the benefit of all and make the land available to explore by foot along the magnificent Bruce Trail.

Come join us as a hiker, volunteer or both!

News and events

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Volunteer and Landowner Appreciation night

On September 19th, the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail Club invited volunteers and landowners to an appreciation night and the club’s 60th anniversary recognition at Kimberley…

End-To-Ender Advice: Methods for Finishing the Trail

End-To-Ender Advice: Methods for Finishing the Trail

An end-to-end is just a combination of logistics and dogged determination. After that, the hiking comes easy. This article will help you get started and…

END-TO-ENDER Advice: What is an End-to-End?

END-TO-ENDER Advice: What is an End-to-End?

An end-to-end is a combination of logistics and dogged determination. After that, the hiking comes easy. This set of articles is to help you get…

End-To-Ender: Advice for Hikers and Backpackers on the Bruce Trail

End-To-Ender: Advice for Hikers and Backpackers on the Bruce Trail

In 2016, I finished the Bruce Trail consecutively over 40 days. We started in Queenston and ended in Tobermory. We called this the North-to-South hike…

My First Hike

My First Hike

UPDATE SEPT 8, 2023: For those that have missed the webinar but would still like to join, please click here to see the updated hike…

Bruce Trail Day 2023

Bruce Trail Day 2023

Event Date: Sunday, October 1, 2023 save the date Everyone is welcome! We invite nature lovers, hikers of all levels, and anyone wanting to venture onto…

Can you Spare an hour a month?

Can you Spare an hour a month?

Have you been thinking about getting more involved with the Bruce Trail and its mission of conservation and outreach? Maybe in a less physically demanding…

Best foot Forward – E2E in 8

Best foot Forward – E2E in 8

Guest hike leader Smadar Junkin (Toronto Bruce Trail Club) led a dedicated group of hikers through the Beaver Valley Bruce Trail for four days in…

Keith Solomon award. Bronzed hiking boot atop wooden base.

2023 Keith Solomon Award Winner

In 1995, the Keith Solomon Award was established to celebrate an individual or group who has made a significant contribution to the improvement or preservation…


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