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Beautiful Lady Slipper’s Orchids

Hidden Gems Along Ontario’s Bruce Trail

For Philip Gosling and the other founders of the Bruce Trail, the Bruce was code for wilderness. The near 800-kilometre-long footpath follows the Niagara Escarpment across Southern Ontario, connecting Niagara Falls to the Bruce Peninsula, which separates Lake Huron from Georgian Bay. Assigned to write an article about hidden gems in the southern Bruce Peninsula for the Bruce Trail magazine, I headed up to Wiarton for a near 70 kilometre, three-day hike. More importantly, I…

More Caribbean Hued Water Not Far From The Grotto

Hiking in Bruce Peninsula National Park

Hiking in Bruce Peninsula National Park is a visual treat. Rugged trails deliver exceptional cliff top scenery. They pass caves, crystal clear Caribbean-coloured blue water, ancient cedar trees and even rare orchids. I spent a few days one May hiking in Bruce Peninsula National Park and while I hiked sections of the Bruce Trail I also did several loops on trails leading to the Bruce Trail (see map below). I think the Bruce Trail, Canada’s…

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