Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club
The Bruce Trail is managed and maintained by nine volunteer run clubs stretching from Tobermory to Nigagra. The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Club manages the conservation of the Niagara Escarpment (a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve) and the maintenance of the Iroquoia section of the Bruce Trail. The Iroquoia section runs from Grimsby through Hamilton & Dundas to Kelso. The Iroquoia Bruce Trail Clubs' section passes through or near most well-known scenic features of this area, such as Kelso, Forks of the Credit, Websters Falls, Tews Falls, Spencer George, Rattlesnake Point. The Royal Botanical Gardens, and Dundas Valley.
The Club also offers an assortment of hikes and activities, organized by volunteer members.
For more volunteer information contact: Volunteer Halton, Volunteer Hamilton, or http://volunteeribtc.blogspot.com Areas Served: Burlington ; Hamilton (City of); Oakville, Grimbsy, Milton,