The Bruce Trail, which runs through southern Ontario, is Canada’s oldest footpath. It connects conservation areas, provincial parks, and nature reserves in one continuous pathway. It rambles through a variety of terrain, from glacial river valleys to limestone ridges with secret caves, and from country roads to railroad tracks. This book introduces this long-distance pathway, and features scenic sections that are easily accessible and short enough for a day hike. Each trail entry provides information on parking and access from the highway, trail descriptions, and hiker-friendly maps.