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Colour It Your Way!

Grey in winter sparkles and shimmers.  Bordered by the glimmering waters of Georgian Bay, it is home to seven frosty waterfalls, accessible by snowshoe trails (check ahead for trail conditions).  With the four-season Blue Mountain Resort, extensive snowmobile, snowshoe, cross-country ski and hiking trails, it’s a natural outdoor adventure playground.  Add in restaurants, galleries, theatres and fun attractions and you have a sublime recipe for winter adventure! 


Suggested winter itinerary

Bruce Peninsula, Southern Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe

Blue Mountain Village has plenty of fun winter activities for the whole family.

Blue Mountain Village

Open year round, there's nothing like Blue Mountain Village in the winter time!  Make it a daytrip to shop, dine and enjoy the free Village activities and events.  Or book at one of the many on-site accommodators and stay a night or two - there's plenty to do after a day spent on the slopes or shopping with lots of restaurants and night life.  It makes a getaway, too, as a couple, with a group of friends or the family.  New this season is the Woodview Mountaintop Skate Trail.

Tour Georgian Hills Vineyard on one of the Apple Pie Trail's "Chilly Weather" Adventures

Apple Pie Trail

Taste and sample the difference local makes! The award-winning Apple Pie Trail pays homage to the apple, winding through the heart of Grey's apple country (Creemore to Meaford) with over 30 stops at apple orchards, restaurants, galleries, wineries and more.  Take it to the next level with one of the trail's "Chilly Weather Adventures" - book ahead and pair wine tasting up with snowshoe tours, a waterfall walk, a helicopter tour or a "Grapes, Apples & Hops Tour".