Kimberley is a little village at the heart of many good things: the Beaver Valley and Bruce Trail, hiking, paddling, car-touring and cycling routes.

Local Gems

Canoes on Beaver River
235566 Grey Road 13
Kimberley, ON N0C 1G0
Canada

Parking is available at Access Point 1. The paddle from Access Point 1 to Access Point 2 takes you from Kimberley to Epping. This 10 kilometre stretch takes about 2 to 3 hours to paddle. This stretch of the river is rugged and scenic. Mature trees along the banks completely envelope the river in some locations, making it seem as if you are paddling in the wilderness.

Snowshoeing is so awesome!
County Road 13
Heathcote, ON N0H 1N0
Canada

Winter is so much fun!!  Join us for a half day as we snowshoe through the Kolapore Uplands along the Bruce Trail.  Or try something super cool.....caving.  Exploring the underground world in the winter time is a unique experience and a lot of fun!  We also offer snowshoe & wine tasting.

Treat counter in the storeG
235304 Grey Road 13
Kimberley, ON N0C 1G0
Canada

The Kimberley General Store is a thriving depot in the rural village of Kimberley, in the original store building from 1905. It's worth a trip to Kimberley for the scenery of Old Baldy and the Beaver Valley views, by bicycle, hiking trail, cross-country skis, or on the downhill slopes. Stop in for fresh baked goods, homemade soups, hearty sandwiches, and strong coffee.

Metcalfe Rock
10 Line
The Blue Mountains, ON N0H 2E0
Canada

Located in the Blue Mountains, Metcalfe Rock is the unofficial centre of all the action. Two separate outfitters operate their rock climbing businesses on the escarpment's unique limestone surface, Free Spirit Tours and Adventure Upwards; two highly certified outfitters provide instructional lessons, all equipment and plenty of encouragement.

Old Baldy in autumn
120 Old Baldy Access
Grey Highlands
Canada

Upon reaching the brow of the Niagara Escarpment, which at this point rises 152 metres above the Beaver Valley, the view takes your breath away! This location can be accessed off Grey County Road 13 just outside Kimberley.  No facilities on site other than parking and signage, but the sights to be seen after a 15 minute walk through the quiet woods make up for that.