Find yourself in nature by experiencing unique adventures year-round at Scenic Caves. Situated within one of Canada’s eighteen UNESCO biosphere reserves and dating back 450 million years, it’s steeped in rich history and heritage, and activities to keep you busy for days.
With breathtaking views of South Georgian Bay, dramatic landscape features, and a relaxed atmosphere, Duntroon Highlands has become a favourite for locals and visitors to experience the fun and freedom of golf and being outdoors.
Located just south of Collingwood and The Blue Mountains, Duntroon Highlands offers up Ontario’s highest golf course, a café inspired by the region’s rich farming history, extensive trails, with access to the Bruce Trail, as well as a unique setting for retreats and special events.
Located adjacent to the Village at Blue Mountains Monterra offers an inclusive course designed for golfers to exceed their own expectations. You’ll discover rolling bent grass fairways, 86 bunkers, ravines, creeks, lakes, and elevated tee shots in a mountain setting.
Just east of Duntroon, Highlands Nordic boasts amazing views of Georgian Bay and bountiful nature from high on the Niagara Escarpment. Discover 25 km of ski trails (which are also perfect for running and easy biking), single track trails for racing and programs, and an 8000 square foot lodge complete with cafeteria, meeting rooms, pro-shop, rentals, and more. Excellent grooming and wide trails allows for fast classic and skate ski outings.
Wasaga Beach offers some 30 kilometres of trails of rolling trails right off the road through town. Checkin at the Wasga Nordic Centre for equipment rentals, light refreshments and a chance to warm up. Expert skiers are challenged on the groomed and track set “High Dunes Trail”, or you may choose a more leisurely ski on the “Blueberry Trail”. Call the Trail Centre at (705)429-0943 for trail conditions, rental and ski rates and general winter program information.
Home to the world’s longest freshwater beach, Wasaga Beach boasts 14 km of pristine sand, which makes it a hot spot for summer activity.
It’s the busiest provincial park in the province, receiving over 1.5 million visitors every year.
Visit a world of dining, live entertainment, shopping and more, all at the base of Ontario’s largest ski resort and four-season destination.
Blue Mountain is Ontario’s largest alpine ski resort, with
365 Acres Skiable Terrain
7 Glade Runs
3 Terrain Parks
2 Beginner Centres
4 Surface Lifts
360 Acres Snowmaking Coverage
600+ Snow Guns
390+ cm Annual Snowfall