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hiking trail in southern and central Ontario, Canada
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Waterfalls along the Bruce Trail

Bruce Trail is in Ontario, Canada. It is a marked, pedestrian footpath built for the public by member/volunteers of the nine clubs of the Bruce Trail Conservancy.The Bruce trail runs along the Niagara Escarpment (A United Nations World Biosphere Reserve) which spans the distance between Tobermory, Ontario and Queenston near Niagara Falls. At over 885 km in length The Trail is open to walkers and hikers primarily and some other uses on a more restricted basis, e.g., horseback riders and bicyclists. It takes advantage of the features and terrain of the Niagara Escarpment, designated by the United Nations as a World Biosphere Reserve, a prominent uprising of the sedimentary rock in the lower Great Lakes.

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