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Georgian Trail

An easy trail that's a wonderful way to see the south shore of beautiful Georgian Bay with lots of spots to stop, rest and swim during the summer months. Passes through a variety of wilderness, rural and urban settings, with over 30 access points. Features a hard-packed, granular surface, ideal for walkers, joggers, cyclists, cross-country skiers and snowshoers. Connects Collingwood, Thornbury and Meaford.

, Thornbury , ON  

Scenic Caves Nature Adventure

If you have ever wanted to try traversing a nerve-wracking suspension bridge, walking among the treetops, zip-lining through the woods or exploring mysterious caves, Scenic Caves Nature Adventures is the place.

260 Scenic Caves Road , Blue Mountains , ON  
Tel: 705-446-0256

Getaway to Grey & The Blue Mountains

When is the best time to go to the Blue Mountains? Any time of the year. And that’s not just an opinion. That’s official. We are officially designated, as a Four Seasons Recreation Area. And don’t worry; we’re not all mountains, either. We’re an eclectic collection of hamlets and villages, valleys and beaches, farmlands and fairways, peaks and plains. A perfect vacationland all grouped happily under the name of The Town of Blue Mountains. “This land was made for you and me”.

, Thornbury , ON  

Ontario Trails

Central Ontario is Ontario’s playground with lush forests, sparkling lakes and rivers and lots of trails. In addition to the big open water of Georgian Bay and Lake Huron, the region features hundreds of smaller lakes, rivers and interconnected waterways and canals. The trails take you along country roads, through dense woodlands and past towering sand dunes and limestone cliffs. And because this area generally gets plenty of snow, it’s a true four-seasons region with trails for snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing and hiking in the winter.

, Thornbury , ON  

Bruce Trail

The Bruce Trail, Canada's oldest and longest foot path, provides the only continuous public access to the magnificent Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. It is one of only fifteen such reserves in all of Canada. Our Area of the Bruce Trail runs from Lavender to Craigleith. The terrain changes abruptly as the Bruce Trail enters the area known as the Blue Mountains. Here are located Ontario's best-known ski resorts, set among high bluffs interspersed with deep wide valleys. From the Trail, there are excellent views of the rolling countryside and Nottawasaga Bay.

, Meaford , ON   N4L 1A5
Tel: 800-665-4453

Blue Mountains Trails

The Blue Mountains offers the very best in trails. Geared to hikers and all types of riders, The Blue Mountains offers residents and visitors an authentic and memorable trail walking or riding experience with beautiful vistas and unique terrain.

, Thornbury , ON   N0H 2P0

Cedar Grove Labyrinth

The Cedar Grove Labyrinth promotes reflection and relaxation for its community members and visitors. The site offers a pause in the work day, as well as simply a time to find peace and relaxation. The Cedar Grove Labyrinth provides an opportunity for all members of the community, including families with children, persons living with a disability, and tourists to enjoy a wonderful and special place in the heart of Thornbury. This Labyrinth is located in an area known as the ‘Old Bayview Campground” near Bayview Park.

67 Bay Street East , Thornbury , Ontario   N0H 2P0

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