Canada's oldest marked footpath, crosses Ontario from Niagara region through to Tobermory. The Bruce trail area from Lavender to Craigleith boasts the highest elevation on the Bruce Trail at 540 m at Osler Bluff Lookout.
This famed 500 km trail connects to the Bruce Trail at Glen Huron. It follows the Ganaraska River, passing through the region's rolling hills, the Niagara Escarpment and heads towards the shores of Georgian Bay. The Ganaraska Trail in Wasaga Beach is accessed off River Road West, at Allenwood Beach and at Blueberry Trails Nordic Centre.
Check out the unique dune system, with ancient beach ridges.
Self-guided tours through the scenic caves and caverns along one of the highest points of the Niagara Escarpment.
A 4 km easy to moderate hike accessed off River Road West and follow the signs. A unique eco-system that traverses pine savannah and sand dunes, home to a variety of wildlife and many rare species of wild flowers.
A 34 km trail following the old rail route of the original Northern Railway. Great for hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, stretching from Collingwood's Harbourview Park to the waterfront in Meaford. The trail cuts through some of the region's best features, the mountain, waterfront, apple orchards and beaches.
The popular Metcalfe Rock is one of Ontario's oldest climbing areas. Great top roping, traditional and sport climbing here. An extra bonus is the crevices and caves that surround it.
A labyrinth can be accessed by and is beneficial for all ages and stages in life. Given the history of labyrinths (over 3,000 years old) this is an excellent teaching tool for students. The site will also offer a pause in the day for those who are employed; as well as those who simply wish a time for reflection.?
Mill and Bay St., Old Bayview Park Campground, Thornbury, ON