|Save on Apple Pie Trail Adventures at Blue Mountain Village. Dazzling fall colours, a crispness to the air, and Nature’s finest fragrances emanating from the orchards that define one of Southern Ontario’s most beautiful and inviting regions. This is Apple Country. And this is your chance to discover it.|
Winding through the scenic towns and villages of Collingwood, the Blue Mountains, Thornbury, Clarksburg, Meaford, Owen Sound and the beautiful Beaver Valley, the Apple Pie Trail offers adventure of culinary, cultural and dynamic description. First and foremost, it’s about the apples. Local markets are now featuring the delicious Ginger Gold and Jersey Mac, with more to come as the season progresses including the Gala, the Honeycrisp, the famous McIntosh and the delectable Red Prince – found only in this area. And you won’t believe what the locals do with them. Follow the Trail for caramel apple lattes, local trout smoked with apple wood, apple crumble ice cream, apple butter and, of course, out-of-this-world apple pie. Enjoy an afternoon of wine, cider and cheese tasting. Immerse yourself in local culture and discover apple history and apple-inspired art. Perhaps most interesting of all is the chance to meet the people that created and work on the Trail – the dedicated and hospitable farmers, beekeepers, wine makers, chefs, artists, boutique owners and historians. Some have worked this land for generations, others have come from as far afield as France, England and Holland to call this region home. And they are all happy and eager to share their stories and this uniquely Canadian culture.
Amazing adventures, exceptional value.
To help you get the most out of your Apple Pie Trail adventure, the Autumn Experience Package gives you the best value on accommodations and attractions (starting at $99 per person per night based on double occupancy) including 8 tickets to be used at your discretion to access your choice of the many outstanding activities in and around Blue Mountain. Select from the heart pounding Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, the Mountain Top Segway Tour, the new high or low ropes courses, cross country mountain biking or kayaking the Beaver River. You’ll find relaxation on the Cascade Putting Course, the championship-calibre Monterra golf course, a scenic hike, or a ride up the open-air gondola. You’ll find yourself with a visit to Ontario’s most awe inspiring suspension bridge at Scenic Caves Nature Adventures, and the award-winning Scandanave Spa – truly a one-of-a-kind experience.
Available for all days of the week, arrivals September 3 – October 31, 2012
The Blue Mountain Village is located 90 minutes from Toronto between Collingwood and Thornbury in the Town of The Blue Mountains, at the foot of the UNESCO World Biosphere Niagara Escarpment along the shores of Georgian Bay. Pedestrian streets framed with turn of the century Ontario architecture are full of life and decoration. With a wide variety of family activities, award-winning festivals, mountain adventure attractions and destinations for shopping, dining, accommodation and fun, the Village is an exciting four-season destination.