Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club
Royal Botanical Gardens Arboretum, Hamilton
Photo by Tim Mills. Courtesy of the Iroquoia Bruce Trail
The is one of nine regional clubs
of the Bruce Trail Conservancy. This membership organization
governs and coordinates maintenance and public relations for
the Bruce Trail. The Iroquoia Section of the Bruce Trail skirts
the Lake Iroquoia shoreline, following the Niagara Escarpment,
and forming a horseshoe around the western part of Lake Ontario.
According to the club site, the Iroquoia Club is responsible
for the maintenance and planning of the 125 km section of Bruce
Trail from Grimsby to Kelso, plus another 40 km of side trails.
Hikes and related activities are organized by volunteer members.
Members receive The Bruce Trail News, a quarterly
publication of the Association, and The Iroquoian,
the quarterly newsletter of the club itself When you join,
you help the club achieve its goal of preserving and protecting
the Niagara Escarpment and the plants and animals that live
in its vicinity.
The City of Waterfalls website is pleased to be associated
with such an accomplished and esteemed group. Please visit
their site at http://www.iroquoia.on.ca