Tag Archives: Bruce Trail

Putting the ‘National’ in Bruce Peninsula National Park

The Bruce Trail is one of the sacred gems of Ontario that most people have explored in some capacity, but few people have actually had the opportunity to walk it end to end. A few years back Fido and I were lucky enough to have 45 days to spend on the Bruce. In recognizing that that would not be enough time to walk the entire trail end to end, it was decided that we would start in the north and work our way down from there. As it turned out, the stretch along Bruce Peninsula National Park was so incredible that as soon as it was possible I planned to return. Recently we had that opportunity.



Back in Action!!!!

After almost a year off the grid, DogFriendlyPlanet is back. Best of all, Fido and his wandering adventures have returned. The kinks have been ironed out, home base has been set up, and Fido is ready to share with you some more of the greatest dog-friendly spaces around. So get ready, pull out your maps, and be sure to pack the treat bag because we’re hitting the road, and Fido is leading the way! Coming up: Fido visits McRae Lake, Northern Quebec, the Bruce Peninsula, Copeland Forest, and spends some time at Luskville Falls. Remember to check back regularly so you don’t miss any of the action!

Fido enjoys some late season warm weather

Searching for the real Hoggs Falls

Many years ago, I had the privilege of spending some time hiking the Tobermory section the Bruce Trail in Ontario, Canada alongside Fido.  The scenery was filled with some of the most spectacular views and lookouts I have ever seen, the weather was incredible, and overall it remains one of the most phenomenal hiking trips I have taken.