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Hiking Trails

The Ganaraska Trail

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.

Scenic Caves


 Take adventure to new heights with one of our Eco Adventure Tours.   Guides will educate and entertain as you walk the tree top canopy, fly a 300 ft and 1000 ft  zipline, explore caves/caverns, cross Southern Ontario's longest Suspension Bridge.  

Reservations required.  Age/height/weight restrictions. Open May to October.

> Save 10% until October 27, 2019. Use code tyrolean2019 at checkout. 

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260 Scenic Caves Road , Collingwood , L9Y 3Z5

Blue Mountain Ski Resort

The 4 Season Playground.

Ready to explore and make your own. 

The best way to enjoy an Ontario is to get out and play! Whether you crave an adrenaline filled day on the slopes in the winter, hiking/biking in the summer or a relaxing stroll through a welcoming Village. The Village being home to 25 shops, bars and restaurants. Hosting everyone, all year long.  

Make the most of your on-hill experience with the Blue Mountain Ski and Snowboard School, Racing Programs and Discover Skiing and Snowboarding Circuit in the winter. In the summer Bike, Hike, Yoga, Roller Coaster, Gondola or even go to the water park! Featuring spas, Bars and so much more! 

Only 4km from Tyrolean Village! 


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Blueberry Plains Trails

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.

The Georgian Trail

A 34 km trail following the old rail road route of the original Northern Railway. Great for hiking, biking,  and cross-country skiing.

This stunning trail is 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.

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The Bruce Trail

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. 


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Metcalfe Rock

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.