The Bruce Trail is the oldest and longest footpath in Canada. It runs almost 800km, from the Niagara region in the south to the tip of the Bruce Peninsula at Tobermory in the north. Along the way it passes incredible old growth forests, high cliffs, caves, and more.
In this episode we’ll join the Bruce Trail on the path up to the top of Mount Nemo, in the town of Milton, about a 30 minute drive from Mississauga. Mount Nemo is one of the higher spots on the Bruce Trail. The trip includes a climb up a wooden ladder to the top of the cliffs. Then we’ll walk the path through glades and forests brimming with autumn colours, all the way to the Brock Harris Lookout. You’ll see plenty of families enjoying the trail and all the colours and sites on this nice autumn day. The views from atop the cliffs are dramatic — you can see all the way to Toronto and Mississauga. This is a great place for families and casual hikers!