The Greenbelt and partners across Ontario have created five self-guided Brewery Discovery Routes: complete itineraries for folks looking to get out and explore breweries, cideries, Feast On restaurants, and local attractions.
With well-maintained, quiet roads and amazing scenery, Grey County is truly a cycling destination. Home to the annual Centurion cycling race, the region has become a training ground for racers and recreational cyclists alike. Read our Road Cycling 101 and order your cycling brochure to get started. Also, be sure to check Road Construction.
This non-motorized, multi-use trail between Owen Sound & Meaford, is a quiet family-oriented trail that follows on-road and off-road sections that have been well marked. Some off-road sections (especially those south of Highway 26) can be rugged and wet in the spring.
Distance: 85 km - Advanced
Surface:Paved (some paved shoulder)
This ourt displays the contrast between the west and east shores of Owen Sound, since many of the roads are not paved and because of the Land Force Training Centre you cannot travel around the full peninsula.