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Winter Farewell Tour – Make the last few days of Winter count!

It’s been an epic Ontario winter, and it seems like Old Man Winter hasn’t quite said good-bye yet. Here’s a few ways to send him off in style with an Ontario Road Trip to Blue Mountain, Collingwood and along the Apple Pie Trail. 1. Downtown Collingwood Start your adventure with a stop in Collingwood, Ontario. […]

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First Fall Moments – As seen by you!

Photo by @tanszshotsz There is something special about the first days of fall in Ontario. The light gets a little softer, the air a little crisper and the first few fall colours begin to pop! Everyday you share your favourite Ontario photos with us, and here are just a few that capture this beautiful time […]

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Natural Wonders

Waterfalls of Ontario’s North

Guest Blog by travel writer and blogger Jim Byers The first was the most impressive. The last probably the most fitting. There’s a lot of water in Canada. A lot of lakes. A lot of rivers. A lot of waterfalls. And if you’re lucky enough to make the drive from west of Thunder Bay down […]

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Outdoor Adventure

The Allure of Big Water Sailing: Extreme Adventure and Self Discovery

by  Greg Heroux Editor’s Note:  Captain Gregory Heroux has sailed big waters for over 40 years. He now runs a sailing charter business, Sail Superior, in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Compare the two images you see – one is from the south coast of Portugal and the other from the north shore of Lake Superior. Can you […]

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Hidden Gems Ontario Road Trips

Vacation Inspiriation – Norfolk County, Ontairo

Ramblin Road Brewery If local wine, craft beer, sandy beaches and rural charm sounds like your flavour for the weekend, you’ll want to give Norfolk County a try. Here’s a few musts for your visit: Stay At Long Point Eco Adventures you’ll sleep in a canvas tent under the stars, but even better, you’ll be sleeping […]

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Outdoor Adventure

Go Wild on a SUP Safari in Algonquin Provincial Park

Guest blog by  Adrian Camara Majestic moose in Algonquin Provincial Park Steve Bruno When I paddle my canoe through the twisting creeks and grasslands of Algonquin Park, I often wonder what creature of the north is tromping through the marshlands on the other side of the tall grasses that tower around me. At times, my curiosity […]