Guided Hike on the Bruce Trail with Jim and Sue Preyde
This item to benefit the Pelee Island Heritage Centre
A Guided Hike in Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, with Jim and Sue Preyde. Mono Cliffs Provincial Park, near Orangeville, Ontario, is known for one of the most diverse ecosystems of the Bruce Trail and the Niagara Escarpment- a UNESCO biosphere reserve. Jim Preyde is president of the Dufferin Hi-Lands Bruce Trail Club, a member club of the Bruce Trail Conservancy, and he and Sue are excellent hiking companions. No age limit, but the terrain can be tricky and ability to climb stairs and be active for three hours is essential. A group hike for up to 10 participants, date to be determined by mutual agreement with the Preydes.