Hiking Iroquoia Section of The Bruce Trail


This weekend, we hiked part of the Iroquoia Bruce Trail between Felker’s Falls and Upper Centennial Parkway in Hamilton, Ontario.

While we only had an elevation gain of 116m, this was a workout for both shoulders and legs, as the hike up and down the Escarpment was quite dramatic.

Iroquoia Bruce Trail - Felker's Falls to Upper Centennial

When we attempt any hike, especially The Bruce Trail, we bring our hiking poles for added stability and traction – much needed as the trails had slippery rocks, leaves and mud.

Check out my previous post on hiking/trekking poles – Hiking / Trekking Poles – They do have advantages.

Once closer to Upper Centennial Parkway, the trail travelled underneath the bridge alongside train tracks.

Iroquoia Bruce Trail - Felker's Falls to Upper Centennial
Iroquoia Bruce Trail - Felker's Falls to Upper Centennial
On the way to Devil’s Punchbowl

The next section of The Bruce Trail we plan to hike is to park at Battlefield House Museum and hike towards Devil’s Punchbowl.

Iroquoia Bruce Trail - Upper Centennial to Devil's Punchbowl
Iroquoia Bruce Trail - Felker's Falls to Upper Centennial
I find it fascinating how trees fall or lean in to each other.

Thank you for taking the time to read our blog and follow our experiences.

Happy adventuring! #getoutside #getoutdoors ♥

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