The Blue Mountains
Located in the Scenic Caves Nature Adventures property, the lookout at the top of offers commanding views of Blue Mountain, Collingwood and even Wasaga Beach onwards.
Situated on the bendy road of Grey Road 119 on top of the ski hills, the lookout delivers a bird’s eye view of the Blue Mountain Village, the town of Collingwood and the Georgian Bay.
Centennial Tower Lookout magnificent view of the City of Owen Sound and the harbour, this is a must stop.
The Epping-John Muir Lookout has dramatic 360 views where one can gaze from the Georgian Bay to the heart of the Beaver Valley.
The trail at the Duncan Escarpment Provincial Nature Area, also known as the Duncan Crevice Caves, is a 10.5 kilometer moderate loop trail.
The lookout, which got its name since it resembles a large bald spot amid the forest of trees, rises 152 metres above the Beaver Valley.
This lookout is the perfect picnic stop with facilities and is located just outside of Meaford, overlooking the countryside filled with apple orchards and the Nottawasaga Bay.
Located west of the village of Feversha, on Grey County Road 2, the Feversham Gorge Lookout is home to rare ferns and mosses.
The Beaver Valley section covers 113.8 km plus an additional 25 km of side trails and extends from Craigleith to Blantyre.
Pretty River and Bruce Trail Loop is a 9.0 kilometre heavily trafficked loop trail located near The Blue Mountains, Ontario that features a river.
At the Nottawasaga Lookout Provincial Nature Reserve visitors will have a chance to view the most spectacular displays of Trilliums in the region; it is the perfect place to find Ontario’s official flower.