Explore the Escarpment in the Final Weeks of Winter
With daylight savings and the first day of Spring just around the corner, it’s time to squeeze in those last few winter activities. There’s no better time like the present and we’ve made it easy here by listing all the final outdoor must do’s on the Escarpment. Remember to follow public health guidelines and plan before you go. The images seen below were taken prior to COVID-19.
The mountain in your backyard is waiting for you!
The Escarpment in South Georgian Bay acts as an amazing vantage point where you can see everything from Blue Mountain Village to Collingwood, to Georgian Bay and more! A list of the best places to be for that perfect birds-eye-view can be found at https://southgeorgianbay.ca/lookouts/ Don’t forget your camera!
A three-minute drive from Blue Mountain Village the Scenic Caves are a treasure that offers some of the best snowshoeing, cross country skiing and Southern Ontario’s longest suspension bridge. With all the activities and breathtaking views you could ever need why would you not make a stop. All Season Pass Holders and day guest visitors are now required to complete a Covid Self-Assessment screening test for each and every visit on the day of their visit prior to entering the grounds. https://sceniccaves.com/
Can you believe that snow is still being made?! Skiing, snowboarding, fat biking, and tubing at Blue Mountain Resort are just as fun as ever heading into the rest of the season. Reserve your day pass online and remember that masks are mandatory on Blue Mountain Property. Rental equipment is available and lessons are running. Whether you’re dusting off some old equipment or stepping on skis for the first time, the hills are ready for you! https://www.bluemountain.ca/
The jack of all trades when it comes to outdoor activities. Hiking – check, snowshoeing – check, cross country skiing, fat biking and beautiful views – all check. Just a few minutes from Blue Mountain Village, Loree Forest is an all round keeper for that adventure minded seeker. Where roadside parking is allowed, please park only in designated areas and not on both sides. Remember to plan ahead and to store valuables safely away. https://www.visitgrey.ca/business/loree-forest-0