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2017 Spring Social - May 28

MARK YOUR CALENDARS!


Our Club is hosting our annual SPRING SOCIAL on May 28th. With spring firmly set, the smell and beauty of nature will rejuvenate all of our senses! We're inviting you to join us for a HIKE and POTLUCK. We'll start this great day at the Woodford Community Centre (please arrive before 2:00pm) where we can drop off our potluck dish and car pool to the start of our hike. We will be hiking the Bayview Escarpment Side Trail - a 4.5km trail - in the Bayview Escarpment Provincial Nature Reserve (Map 30, Loop 6). If you don't want to drop by at Woodford Community Centre first, there's parking at m.p. 54.9 (BT trail book v.28), or on St. Vincent-Sydenham Townline between Sideroads 24 and 27. We'll start our hike at 2:30pm. As usual, with your delicious potluck dish, please bring your own plates and utensils. We're looking forward to see you and spend a few fun hours together.

2017 Sydenham Section End-to-End

The Sydenham Club is pleased to offer another End-to-End Hike in the beautiful Sydenham Section in 2017. With a total trail length of about 175 kilometres, each hike will average ~21 km and be spread over four weekends / eight days: 


  • May 6 & 7
  • June 10 & 11
  • September 9 & 10
  • October 14 & 15

As of April 7, the 2017 End-to-End is SOLD OUT!

This promises to be a vigorous, interesting, scenic and satisfying series of hikes. 


The cost is $80 per person (for BTC members) for all 8 hikes, or $100 for non-members.  Please contact Bill Snel for any questions, at sydenhame2e@gmail.com or (519) 470-0584.

Group Hike Schedule

Group Hike Information 

Discover the Sydenham Bruce Trail Club, join us on a Group Hike!


Our Hike Schedule is also listed in the Sydenham Hiker newsletter, which you will receive when you join the SBTC.


Dress appropriately for the weather, length of the event, wear proper hiking shoes, bring water and snacks. No dogs and no smoking are permitted on organized hikes unless stated otherwise. All persons participate at their own risk.



Hike Rating System

To help hikers decide what hike is suitable for them, hike leaders use the hike rating system whenplanning their hikes. Ratings consider the distance of the hike, the planned walking speed, and the difficulty of the terrain. The rating system is described on the Hike Schedule.



Other notes

  1. Hike Leaders - Please remember that hike leaders are unpaid volunteers.
  2. Participant Responsibility - Participants on Club outings must accept responsibility for themselves, their family and guests. Be prepared to sign a Hike Waiver of Liability & Assumption of Risk form.
  3. Where to meet? - We often meet at a parking lot away from the trailhead, and car pool from there to the hike location.  These locations are shown on the Hike Schedule. Maps for common meeting spots: IDEAL, CHPL, GSCA, HD.
  4. Hike Changes / Cancellations - Sometimes hikes are changed or even cancelled due to weather conditions. If in doubt, call the hike leader, or check our Facebook feed on the Home Page.