Duntroon Highlands offers a network of trails. One day and season passes available with special discounts for Bruce Trail members. Come check-in at the Clubhouse for details, pick up an interpretive map and get all the details on the latest trail building projects.
Spring, Summer and Fall
- Waterfall Trail Accessible from the Clubhouse, this trail winds past the scenic Rockside waterfall, then meanders along a burbling brook into a rich ceder forest before looping back up to the Clubhouse
- Upper Trails Head up from the Clubhouse along the gravel road and past the Driving Range to explore a range of winding, wide trails perfect for going on hikes with the family and friends. The views are spectacular with remnants of the region’s farming heritage integrated into the interpretive trails.
- *COMING SOON* Bruce Trail Head up to explore the Upper Trails and one of the first things you’ll hit is the main Bruce Trail. It’s the oldest and longest marked hiking trail in Canada. It stretches 840 kilometers from Tobermory on the Bruce Peninsula down to the Niagara Peninsula. The trailhead at Duntroon Highlands sits at the midpoint of the Blue Mountains section, one of the most scenic sections of the entire Bruce Trail.
An extensive network of adventurous snowshoe trails winds around Duntroon Highlands, traversing a range of eco-systems and offering incredible views of South Georgian Bay and surrounding Nottawasaga Valley. Please check our Upcoming Events listings for specific details on snowshoeing events.
Our neighbours at Highlands Nordic offer more than 25 kilometers of groomer skate and classic trails. As one of Ontario’s premier nordic centres, it’s worth a visit.