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BRUCE PENINSULA AND BLUE MOUNTAIN

You can't beat the view from atop the highest point of the Escarpment. Tall trees stand guard between an endless expanse of water and sky. From beaches and bike trails to farmer’s markets and lighthouses, breweries, vineyards, caves, cliffs, cafés and concerts. Enjoy fair rides or a ferry ride. Indulge in spas, shops or take in local art galleries. Get out and hike, bike, fish, climb, zip, paddle, spelunk, soak, sample, savour, wander, wonder and explore the astonishing slice of paradise that's waiting for you in BruceGreySimcoe.

BRUCE PENINSULA

MUST SEES

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Blue Mountain Resort

Ropes courses, Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, Wind Rider Triple Zips, golf, mountain biking, hiking, segway and more.

Scenic Caves Nature Adventures

Tree trekking and ziplining through the forest.

Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain

Rejuvenate in a tranquil forest setting; hot and cold plunge pools

The Bruce Trail

Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, stretches from Naigara Falls to Bruce County.

Bruce Peninsula National Park

Gorgeous landscapes; hike to the Grotto, a big cave carved out by the waves.

Fathom Five National Marine Park boat tours

Cruises from Tobermory feature highlights of Fathom Five National Marine Park.

Sainte Marie among the Hurons

A 17th century French Jesuit Mission to the local Aborginal peoples.

Wasaga Beach

Located on Georgian Bay, it is the longest freshwater beach in the world

SS Keewatin

Step aboard the S.S. Keewatin, the last existing Edwardian passenger ship in the world and a true living artefact of Canadian histor

Three baskets with red and green apples

Apple Pie Trail

Inspired by South Georgian Bay's apple-growing history, the Trail brings together culinary, shopping, adventure, farms and other local experiences.

A hiker sits and looks at brightly coloured leaves

FALL COLOUR VIEWING

Fall colour time is a spectacular time to visit, with unparalleled scenic vistas overlooking Georgian Bay and the Beaver Valley.