Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club

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Description & Services
Description Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club is one of nine clubs that form the Bruce Trail Association, a charitable, non-profit, membership-driven organization. It is committed to the maintenance of the Trail and protection of the environment across the Niagara Escarpment.  
The Caledon Hills section of the Trail passes through or near most of the well-known scenic features of the area including the Belfountain Park, Cataract, Forks of the Credit, Glen Haffy and Hockley Valley.  
The Club welcomes use of the trail by the general public, in a safe and orderly manner, and also welcomes new members to help in their commitment to maintain and secure the Trail forever.
Areas Served Caledon
Boundaries Main Trail from Cheltenham to Mono Cliffs Provincial Park marked with white blazes, and many side trails marked with blue blazes
Eligibility Walkers and Hikers (No cyclists or motorized vehicles, except in designated areas such as provincial parks and conservation areas)
Application Join online at
Fees Membership
Languages English
Meetings Organized hikes are held year-round; see website ( for dates of public hikes
Contact Information
Mailing Address PO Box 65 
Caledon Village, ON L7K 3L3
Toll Free Phone Bruce Trail Conservancy Headquarters 1-800-665-4453
Primary Contact Bob Ferguson, President
Other Details
Print Material The Caledon Comment Club Newsletter lists all organized hikes and activities 
A Trail Reference Guidebook with detailed maps and descriptions of the entire Trail is also available; The Reference Guidebook may be purchased on-line at
Established 1967
Elections Elections are held at the Caledon Hills Club AGM on the first Sunday in Apr
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects Clubs ; Hiking

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