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Trail to Harbour Walking Tour

Parks Canada Visitor Centre to Little Tub Harbour, Tobermory

July 15 @7 pm
August 19 @ 7 pm September 16 @ 10 am


Historic Bruce Trail Walk

Join Peninsula Bruce Trail Club Volunteer Marg Glendon for a short, interpreted walk to learn about the Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath. Guests will enjoy local stories about the history of the Bruce Trail and gain helpful hiking tips as they walk from the Bruce Peninsula National Park Visitor Centre to the Northern Terminus of the Bruce Trail. The group will then be joined by Hazel Smith who will speak about historic village life in Tobermory.


Historic Harbour Tour with Hazel Smith

Covering the period from 1850 to present, Hazel leads a 40-minute harbour walk from “Golden’s Dock” to the site of the original “Booth Fishery” and offers the colonial settler story from a maritime perspective, touching on the boom and bust of both logging and fishing industries. As a sixth-generation resident Hazel’s talk is infused with family and personal stories, ranging from the tragic to the amusing to the endearing.


Registration Information


Cost: $10 per person or $20 per family. Not suitable for young children.

For questions, pre-registration and payment information, send an email to


Departs from: The Parks Canada Visitor Centre @ 120 Chi sin tib dek Rd. Tobermory.

Terrain: ~2 km of walking on easy and flat terrain. Wheelchair Accessible.

Total length of walk: About 1 ½ hours

Public porta-potties available at the Visitor Centre and in the village.



Three-hour parking is available at the Visitor Centre.

Pay and Display meters are available on Chi sin tib dek Road.

COVID-19 Information

Guests are asked to maintain physical distancing of at least 6ft or 2m at all times. It is strongly recommended that guests wear face masks during the walking tour. Each participant must perform a self-screening check before the tour at assessment/ and may not participate if they are experiencing any symptoms. Participants who experience COVID-19 symptoms following the walking tour, must inform Public Health. Public Health will be responsible for contact tracing.

This is a fundraiser for the Peninsula Bruce Trail Club

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