Bordering Georgian Bay, Grey is a winter wonderland that offers some of Ontario’s best skiing and snowboarding. Here the Bruce Trail meanders along the escarpment, just right for hiking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Add its cultural attractions and events, and Grey is the perfect winter getaway!
Blue Mountain, located near Collingwood, reaches 720 vertical feet and has 42 trails ranging from beginner to double black diamond, newly expanded this winter. The largest snowmaking system around provides consistent conditions no matter what the weather! Once the sun goes down, the fun continues, with 25 trails and 13 lifts under the lights and plenty of choices for accommodation, activities and dining.
Beautiful Grey has an abundance of cross-country ski trails. Be sure to check out those that pass through the awe-inspiring 200-year-old forest at the Scenic Caves Nordic Centre or snowshoe over the suspension bridge with its breathtaking view of Georgian Bay.
Groomed trail systems are just right for daytrips and extended trips on a snowmobile through Grey and beyond. Staying overnight? Accommodators are ready and waiting for you and your sled!
Snowshoe or hike to each sparkling waterfall on the Winter Waterfalls Tour – be sure to bring your camera! Dash through the snow on a dog sled or tour the countryside in a horse drawn sleigh.
Travel the Horse & Buggy Trail, a unique farmgate touring experience, by buggy or car (note that many of the operators along this trail are closed on Sundays). The delectable Apple Pie Trail, which deliciously combines apple treats and winter adventures, is one of the tastiest treks you’ll ever take.
Owen Sound’s Festival of Northern Lights runs until January 4th and features thousands of sparkling lights, simply magical on a dark winter’s night!
Stop in at the Grey Roots Museum & Archives, the Tom Thomson Art Gallery or enjoy a live performance at the historic Meaford Hall.
Stay, play, shop and dine – pack up now and come visit Grey!
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