Explore the Bruce Adventure Passport

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Stop 2 - Jones Bluff
Neyaashiinigmiing Reserve No. 27, Ontario, Canada

Time: 2 - 3 Hours

Level: Moderate with Difficult Sections

GPS: 44°52’40.242” N   81°4’15.661” W

Clue: For the quickest route, take the Jones Bluff side trail to this unbe-leaf-able view. This Bruce Trail loop is a whopping 8.8 kilometre trek. This loop is perfect for explorers seeking a challenge and amazing photo opportunities.

Ready for a trek?  Jones Bluff is an 8.5 kilometre voyage with some spectacular views. The hike is not difficult, but the length of the 3-5-hour loop is too much for some explorers. If you’re up for it, pack a lunch and lots of water, wear your hiking boots and lots of layers, and hit the trail! Parking is the Jones Bluff Side Trail Parking Lot on Boundary Road. Your hike rewards you with views of McGregor Harbour where Cape Croker plummets into Georgian Bay, Sydney Bluff, Cape Dundas and Barrier Island, Colpoys Bay, White Cloud and Griffith Islands. This is a rewarding hike – but a long one. Be prepared!

After the hike, head over to Hope Bay for some R&R, or to Northern Confections in Wiarton for ice cream or for some in-house made goodies. Still looking for a heart pumping activity? Feel the rush at the near by Mountain Bike Adventure Park, which local riders say is the most difficult of the four Mountain Bike Parks in Bruce County. Don’t let that stop you, as there is also an amazing 3.5 kilometre chariot loop that is perfect for the kids or those wanting a relaxing ride.

Digital stops have been added this year! While in Lion’s Head find the #findthelionshead sign and snap a picture or head to Wiarton and find the digital stop location at Bluewater Park. Tag us using #ETBAdventurePassport, and be entered in to win! For more information, including rules and regulations, visit: Digital Stops

44.879643, -81.071189

Sydney Bay Road
Neyaashiinigmiing Reserve No. 27, Ontario, N0H1X0