Created By: Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Located inside Bronte Creek Provincial Park's day-use only area (regular day use fees apply) the Half Moon Valley Trail is two kilometres in length and takes approximately one hour to complete at a relaxed walking speed. Please be aware that this trail descends 38 metres (125 feet) into the creek valley, creating some steep slopes. This trail may be challenging for young children or elderly people.
Pocket Sights accuracy - Please note that when following this tour you should stay on the designated trail even though the app might suggest that you veer off. We have tried to be as accurate as possible though there are limitations with this technology.
This is a multi-use trail so please be respectful of other visitors. Cyclists and joggers please give warning to visitors as you approach slower guest so they can move to the right.
Caution - Poison Ivy, Cow Parsnip, Stinging Nettles and other noxious plants can be found along the edges of this trail - stay on the trail to avoid contact.
Half Moon Valley Trail allows visitors to acceess the provincially significant Bronte Creek valley corridor which offers a window into 15000 years of powerful geological forces that shaped the landscape, providing the base for the wealth of natural resources which have supported indigenous peoples, european settlers and current populations.