Ivan Lemcke

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Ivan Lemcke built the stone cairn located at the Southern Terminus of the Bruce Trail.

Bert Lowe

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Bert Lowe contacted more than 100 landowners asking permission to cross their properties so that the Niagara Escarpment Trail could be opened. Norman Pearson, first President of the Bruce Trail Association acknowledged the contribution made by Lowe. “The Bruce Trail … Continued

Aubrey Diem

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Dr. Aubrey Diem compiled the first guidebook in 1965. He was an assistant professor of Geography at the University of Waterloo.

Southern Terminus

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The Southern Terminus of the Bruce Trail is located in Queenston Heights, in the Niagara Section. In 1970, a stone cairn made of local fieldstone was built at the Southern Terminus of the Bruce Trail. Most of the stone was … Continued

Niagara Section

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The first section of the trail was officially opened in March 1962 (what date?). A plaque at the Bucknall farm in Beamsville commemorates the first blaze that was marked on the trail. The first completed section was between Rockway Conservation … Continued

Niagara Peninsula

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The Niagara Peninsula is framed by Lake Ontario, Lake Erie and the Niagara River. Niagara’s towns and cities include St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Welland, Thorold, Port Colborne, Fort Erie, Grimsby and Lincoln. It also has the rural municipalities of … Continued

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