Category Archives: Bruce Trail


Dawn at Halfway Log Dump

In my previous post I mentioned that I went to watch (and of course photograph) the sunrise at Halfway Log Dump. Getting up about 45 minutes before the sun was to appear on the horizon […]


My Favourite Place

One of my all time favourite places to visit is Tobermory. Located in the northern tip of south western Ontario it’s a 3.5 hour drive for me but I try to make it up at […]



After a great BBQ at Brad Q‘s place last night and spending some time recovering from it this morning it was time to slowly make my way home. But before I did I decided on […]


Exploration of Grey County

It was an overcast day on the trails this morning but that can make for some vibrant colours when photographing the damp forest. The colours and atmosphere of the forest is one I love on […]


Field of Dreams

A third day on the trail in Beaver Valley offered different views than my more recent hikes. A good portion of the hike was along a narrow path in a meadow filled with wildflowers. Living in […]


An Unexpected Guest

Continuing my hiking in the Beaver Valley section of the Bruce Trail I was unexpectedly joined by a trail guide. I kept my hike short this time as dark looming clouds were threatening above. As the […]


Along the Beaver Valley Trail

It has been awhile since I pulled together some hiking gear and made my way to the Bruce Trail so today I gathered my gear and drove up to the Beaver Valley section of the […]


Hike Through Scenic Caves

Back on the Bruce Trail today catching up on a short section I had missed in the fall when it was closed for the winter season. The Scenic Caves is a nordic cross country area with […]


Sherman & Tiffany

With the spring melt now here it was time to check out a couple of waterfalls in the Hamilton region. My first stop was Sherman Falls, an old favourite of mine. It has water flowing […]