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 gathered by members of the Niagara Bruce Trail Club. The cairn was unveiled on September 19, 1970. A copy of the 1970 edition of the Bruce Trail Guide Book was sealed inside the cairn.

The stone cairn was designed by Ruth Arnsberger and built by Ivan Lemcke of Barrow Bay (Bruce Peninsula).

The arrow in the upper part of the cairn was supplied by Ebel Quarries of Wiarton.

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