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Jingles & Joy
December 2, 2016 to January 8, 2017
Olde Fashioned Christmas
December 10, 2016
Creemore Springs Beer Dinner
December 13, 2016
Frozen in Time Festival
December 27, 2016 to January 1, 2017
Great activities all year round at Blue Mountain Activity Central from trail rides, fishing charters, cruiser bikes, Hummer tours, Rock climbing/caving, Wine tasting, Tree Top Walks, Canoeing/Kayaking, Scandanavian Baths, Farm Adventures and Spa Packages. Something for everyone! Visit the Village or call 1.800.955.6561 or 705.443.5522 x 7083
Creemore Springs Brewery
A cold beer awaits you at Creemore Springs where you can taste their renowned beer and tour their facilities to learn how they make it! Enjoy tours, tastings and a boutique at 139 Mill Street, Creemore Ontario. 1.800.267.2240
Bruce Peninsula Helicopter Tours
Enjoy spectactular views of the Bruce from above! Helicopter tours offer a unique experience! Contact Wiarton Airport at 519.270.2252.
Purple Hills Tour (Collingwood, Dunedin, Creemore)
Enjoy beautiful scenery and gorgeous views on this rural scenic drive of rolling and winding hills. Explore shops, studios and cafe's in the historical village of Creemore or hike down the Mad River. Venture out on hwy 124 (Hurontario Street) South from Collingwood through Singhampton to County Road 9. Turn left on 9 and follow signs to Dunedin. At the bottom of the hill (stop sign) turn left and continue to the village of Creemore on your right. Be sure to visit North America's smallest jail.
Scottish Hill Country Tour ( Collingwood, Rob Roy, Feversham)
Start your journey with the historic views of the shipbuilding site and Georgian Bay waters at the Collingwood Terminals off first street in Collingwood at Harbourside/Millenium Park. Head south on Hurontario Street (Hwy 124) towards Nottawa. South of Nottawa, turn right at Local Airport Road and follow it as it winds through Pretty River Provincial Park to the top of the Escarpment. Enjoy the views at several access points or pick up the Bruce Trail. Turn right at the T intersection where the road meets Grey Road 31 where it ends at the small community named after Scottish hero Rob Roy. Follow Grey Road to Feversham and enjoy the Feversham Gorge at the Madeline Graydon Park.
The Blue Mountains Tour (Blue Mountain Village, Banks, Ravenna)
Stroll through the picturesque village of Blue Mountain and enjoy all that it has to offer from scenic gondola rides to fine shops and excellent restaurants and cafes. Upon leaving the village, turn right on Grey Road 19, right on Mountain Drive and left at the Scenic Caves Road where it climbs the ski hill at the south end of Blue Mountain. After enjoying the Scenic Caves nature or eco adventures, follow Scenic Caves road for dramatic views of Georgian Bay until it reaches Banks, turn right and turn via the Loree Forest for great shopping and hiking. At Grey Road 2, turn left past Ravenna until Grey Road 19.
Beaver River Headwaters (Thornbury, Heathcote, Eugenia)
Explore the harbour area, wander along the Riverwalk Trail up to the fish ladder and enjoy all that Thornbury has to offer for shopping and dining. Follow Bruce Street from Thornbury up to Clarksburg, Heathcote and Kimberley. Stop at the famous Blue Mountain bakery in Heathcote, the famous emporium for ice cream in Eugenia and then the Falls Conservation Area for a 30 metre waterfall view. Continue south on grey road 13 to hwy 4, left until Grey Road 2. Left onto 2, and right on Grey Road 31 until it intersects with Pretty River Road to the 10th line. 10th line returns to Mountain Road and right puts you right back into Collingwood.
Waterfall Getaway Tour
Come experience Grey County's Waterfall Getaway - on the southern shores of Georgian Bay, along the Niagara Escarpment. Visit the 7 waterfalls of Grey County. Feel the rush as the river flows over the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. Breathtaking scenery will embrace you traveling alongside Georgian Bay, over mountains, and through valleys.
Each waterfall is located in a unique setting. Visit the horseshoe shaped Indian Falls named by local Nawash Indians or Eugenia Falls, one of the highest waterfalls in Ontario discovered in during the gold rush in 1852. Most falls are located a short distance from a parking location. Picnic pavilions and rest areas are available at several locations. Tour starts in Owen Sound, located at the north end of Highway 6 and 10 on the Southern shore of Georgian Bay. The tour is a self guided driving tour along the Niagara Escarpment stretching approximately 250 km. March, April, May provide best waterfall vistas.
Blazing Autumn Colours in the Beaver Valley
Discover the amazing fall colours along the Niagara Escarpment with vistas over looking Georgian Bay. A visit to the scenic Beaver Valley will delight from heights such as Old Baldy Mountain to the valley bottom beside the rushing waters of the Beaver River. You'll see vistas of orchards and fields, rocky outcroppings and tiny glens decorated in fall colours. What better way to spend an autumn weekend or sunny afternoon? Let us map out a driving route for you experience a blaze of fall colours. Starting in Flesherton, follow County Road 4 east to the scenic route on County Road 13. This is the beginning of a recreational haven nestled in the natural wonders of the UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve of the Niagara Escarpment. Heading north, visit Eugenia, a spectacular stop with the peaceful waters of Lake Eugenia or the dramatic Eugenia Falls cascading 30 metres over the Niagara Escarpment. Continue north to Kimberley, a village that will entice you with unique shopping opportunities and quaint bed and breakfasts for an overnight stay. Keep your eyes open for antique shops and the studios of many professional craftspeople on the annual Autumn Leaves Studio Tour. Continue north on 7 and watch for a "lookout" in the hamlet of Epping, which provides a stunning view of the valley. This is also an access point to hike the Bruce Trail. Drink in the fall colour along this route as you drive toward the town of Meaford. In Meaford, visit one of the many apple orchards and pick up a pie, bushel of apples or take the "Fall Harvest Apple Tour". Return to the starting point by following Highway 26 to Thornbury. Drive south on County Road #13 back to Flesherton via Kimberley. In Flesherton, several restaurants are prepared to fill your belly with eats and treats!
Tour starts in Flesherton, located north on Provincial Highway 10. The tour is a self guided driving tour along the Niagara Escarpment stretching approximately 150 km. Plan your trip in September or October.
Bayview Escarpment Nature Reserve (Leith, Annan)
Particularly beautiful in the Fall season, enjoy spectacular scenery by starting at the Bayview Escarpment Nature Reserve between Meaford and Owen Sound from hwy 26, drive north on the Townline to SR 27, turn left, then right on the 2nd Concession N.Follow Lakeshore drive and turn left until sideroad 18, turn right to Blackshaws Hill for an incredible view of the Sound! Tour heritage sites in the picturesque Leith with the Pioneer Cemetary and where the Group of Seven Painter Tom Thomson is buried.
The Suspension Bridge View
An awesome experience to view the Georigan Triangle from the spectacular Suspension Bridge at the Scenic Caves. Ever heard of a tree top canopy walk? Try this at the Scenic Caves for a thrilling walk above the ancient forest of the Georigan area.
A panoramic view of the Collingwood area, the Georigan Bay and the Niagara Escarpment from the historical site of the Grain Elevators at Millenium Park at Heritage Way and First Street in Collingwood.
The perfect hike on part of the Bruce Trail through the top of Georgian Peaks Ski Club on an over 4km hike starting at Grey Road 2 to Victoria Corners. Head east on 21/22 sideroad where parking is available.
Osler Bluff Trail
Stunning views of the Pretty River Valley and offering the highest elevation on the Bruce Trail on this incredible trail. Maps available at the Visitor Centre in Collingwood.
Self-Guided Biking, Hiking Or Walking
The Georgian Trail
A must as a visitor to the Collingwood and the Georgian Triangle. Known for the incredible hiking and biking trails, you can find yourself as close as Harbourview Park to 32 km west at Meaford. The finest scenery you will experience on bike or on foot.Enjoy the scenic marina of Meaford and beautiful old harbour along Lakeshore Road 3 to the unique waterfront park. Explore the historic town of Meaford then travel east on Hwy 26 to Grey Road 7. Follow 7 South, up the seven steps of the ancient glacial lake Algonquian and into Beaver Valley where the perfect picnic site offers the ideal lookout at Epping Lookout. Drive past Talisman Resort until Grey Road 13 to return to Thornbury.
The Trails at Blue Mountain
Definitely a test for the avid mountain biker. Enjoy a scenic gondola ride up the mountain and then test your skills as you fire down the marked trails of Blue Mountain.
Wasaga Beach Trails
A 30 km network of trails through sand dunes await you! Blueberry Trails offers an incredible route along the water's edge through forest areas and sand plus a 100 km spur of the Ganaraska trail that leads to Midland and beyond to Port Hope, Barrie, Orillia and the Bruce Trails.
As you head from town on Grey Road 19, find Osler Bluff Road. Turn left and follow for 1 km and continue right on Grey Road 19. Drive 2 km up the hill to 2nd line and make a left. A dirt road leads you to a road that winds up the Escarpment and at the intersection, turn right, park and enjoy!
Mountain Killer Loop
For Athletics only! Start at the Blue Mountain Inn and climb the Scenic Caves Road to Banks. Turn right to Loree Forest on 4th line which turns into Grey road 21-22, follow down into Beaver Valley to Victoria Corners on Grey Road 2. Head north on Grey Road 2 to hwy 26 to Thornbury, turn right and pick up the Georigan Trail 1/4 mile down on the right side. Tour the trail back to the Depot and then back to the Inn. A great scenic workout!
Collingwood/Pretty River Loop
Rolling hills and great views by travelling south from Collingwood on 10th line, west on 30/31 side road to Rob Roy and return via Pretty River Valley for an over 40 km loop.
Collingwood to Feversham
A challenging climb up the escarpment on County Road 2, south through Kolapore Highlands to Feversham and return via Rob Roy and Pretty River Valley for over 61 km. Be sure to be in shape for this one!
Enjoy the historic Old Mail Road by leaving Meaford along Grey Road 7 to Griersville. Head south on the historic Old Mail Road to Heathcote, turn left on Grey Road 13 to Thornbury then back to Meaford for a medium paced almost 50km loop.
Thornbury Garden Tour
An easy ride from Thornbury, along the Georgian Trail, west from town to the 10th line, south to Clendennan dam to Clarksburg. Return via Clark Street to the Georgian Trail , turn north and return to the harbour.
Kolapore Forest Loop
Rocky terrain and energetic hills make for a great ride! Park at the Grey Road 2 Access Point, bike left across the road and turn right into the forest to start the trail. This hard core ride can range from 1.5-4 hours but a map is recommended. Pick up from any Tourist or Visitor Centre.
Clearview Township continues to expand its community of linking trails from Stayner to Collingwood with a trail already in place along the railway lines.