Many of our members hike overseas with Comfortable Hiking Holidays, our website sponsor. They provide guided hiking holidays in Europe, North America, Asia, Africa and the Caribbean.
Members post photos of their hiking experiences in our Members Gallery.
The Pine Ridge Hiking Club is one of nine clubs who make up the Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association.
You can obtain the Trail Guidebook and Membership Application Form from the Ganaraska Hiking Trail Association website.
Several of our members are also members of the Oak Ridges Trail Association. Their website has a good newsletter and a variety of hiking articles.
The Bruce Trail provided the inspiration for the Ganaraska Trail. It is Canada's oldest and longest footpath and provides the only continuous public access to the Niagara Escarpment.
The Ontario Trails Council promotes the creation, development, preservation, management and use of recreational trails.
Canada Trails provides one of the largest directories of trail clubs on the web including information on the Trans-Canada Trail.
Northumberland Tourism provides information on the variety of distinctive shops, cultural attractions, and fabulous places to eat and sleep in the County.
Port Hope is nationally acclaimed for its designated heritage downtown. You can shop for antiques, fish the Ganaraska, have a pleasant meal, hike or see a show.
Cobourg is a good centre for exploring the county`s hiking and biking trails. It has a fabulous beach, good restaurants and many charming accommodations.
Hike Ontario has a mandate to encourage the development of hiking trails in Ontario. Its website provides a list of every hiking club in the province.
The Grand Valley Trails Association website has an excellent webpage of Hiking Tips, dealing with safety, footwear and clothing, bugs, medical emergencies, GPS systems and the like.
Hiking Safety - Everything you need to know to stay safe on the trails