From Meaford head south on County Road 7 to Kimberley. Follow Route 10 to Thornbury, then back to Meaford along the Georgian Trail. Long and hilly (66 km)
South on 45th Street to Conc. 12 Sunnidale, turn left and head east through farmland to the 20th Sideroad. North to Allenwood Beach and west to the central Beach area (35 km loop)
A brutal up and down the Escarpment tour. From Kimberley head east to Duncan, north to Redwing and Ravenna and then up and over the Escarpment once again via Scenic Caves Road. Hard hills. 43.7 km one way.
Blue Mountain Killer Loop
A hard ride that starts at the Blue Mountain Inn and climbes Scenic Caves Road to Banks (35 km loop)
Thornburry Garden Tour (Easy Going)
From the Thornbury harbour, along the Georgian Trail, west out of 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 (12 km loop)
Collingwood/Pretty River Loop
South from Collingwood on 10th Line, west on Nottawasaga SR 30-31 to Rob Roy and return via Pretty River Valley. Scenic and rolling hills (41 km loop)
Kolapore Forest Loop
This ride is known for its great hills and some technical rocky terrain that make this area a wicked place to ride. Your loop can range from 1.5-4 hours depending on the distance you choose to travel.
Mountain Bike the Trails at Blue
Test your mountain-biking skills on Blue Mountain. Ride up in the gondola with your bike then soar down the marked trails.
Mountaintop Segway Tours
Explore Blue Mountain’s vast wooded terrain with Mountaintop Segway Tours. Wind your way through wooded trails at top of the Niagara Escarpment on a state of the art 2-wheeled Segway transportation device. This guided off-road tour is a unique way to explore the peak of the mountain, while overlooking the majestic Georgian Bay region and the Blue Mountain Village.
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.
Collingwood south to local Airport Road, east to Mosley Street, north on any road to the beach. Great riding on hard packed sand. 50 km return
Blue Mountain Ski Resort
Ready to explore and make your own.
Welcome to the ski capital of Ontario!
Steps from your Tyrolean Village Resorts at Blue Mountain chalet is the best skiing Ontario has to offer. With 34 trails, 2 super pipes and the ability to let you ski well into the night, you'll cherish having a chalet so close to all the action. Don't have your own equipment? Never skied before? Don't worry, let the capable folks at the mountain take care of you.
Blue Mountain and Georgian Bay area is Ontario's largest 4-season resort offering various activities year-long such as Skiing and Snowboarding, Hiking and Cycling, Mountain Biking, Kayaking and Swimming, Fishing and much more! The area is also home to 12 amazing Golf courses and hundreds of kilometers of groomed Snowmobile Trails. The adventurous ones can ride Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster or Thunderbird 1/2 mile Twin-Zip Ride at Scenic Caves! Or take a short 20- minute drive to the famous Creemore brewery!
Chose from numerous challenging climbs and scenery from the popular Metcalfe Rock to the Pinnacle Rock to Old Baldy. All certain to provide challenge and adventure. Only the experienced climber should partake and tours are recommended and personalized instruction on rock climbing. Metcalfe is one of Ontario's oldest and traditional with easy access from the Bruce Trail and great top roping with Pinnacle directly across. Old Baldy offers amazing limestone climbing.