One of the fastest growing winter sports, snowshoeing offers a great way to explore the forest during the winter months. Snowshoe to one of Grey County’s 7 winter waterfalls, take in the views from atop the Niagara Escarpment or explore a winter winery. Learn more in our Snowshoeing 101.
This 141 hectare forest is owned by Saugeen Conservation and is a very popular spot year-round. The most popular reason for its attraction is the 4.6 km trail system present on the property. see also www.brucegreytrails.com
The Kolapore Uplands Wilderness Ski Trails consist of about 50 kilometers of marked trails which are primarily designed for the intermediate to advanced cross-country skiers, although the County Forest section of the trail network is suitable for novices. Much of the trail system is also open for summer use, but should not be used for mountain biking in wet conditions.
Winter is our speciality (ontariowintercamping.com), we have 6 yurts with wood stoves for the ultimate winter getaway. Sleep on a deep bed of evergreen boughs, warm & toasty in your yurt. Snow shoe and ski trails, outdoor living rooms, saunas and full menu included.
Pottawatomi & Jones Falls Conservation Area offers a wonderful cascade waterfalls that you can hike to from the Owen Sound Transportation parking lot and can also the falls from Highway #21 as well. This area is visited by many who hike over 7 kilometers of trails.
With our unique location high atop Blue Mountain, the Nordic Centre sits amidst a 200 year old forest, on 370 acres of the magnificent Niagara Escarpment. Glide along 27 km of cross country ski trails professionally groomed for both classic and skate skiing. Snowshoe across Ontario’s longest 420 ft.