Collingwood is known for its ample opportunities to get out and explore year-round, but for many, fall is a seasonal favourite. Any real estate agent will tell you that there is nothing like Collingwood in the fall, which is why it’s a great time to get out, explore, and enjoy the stunning fall colours.
As your trusted real estate agents, we highly recommend the following hiking and biking trails if you’re interested in seeing the foliage turn brilliant shades of orange, red, and yellow:
- The Bruce Trail—This is Canada’s oldest and longest footpath, and it’s probably the most well-known trail in the area.
- Loree Forest Loop—If you’re interested in witnessing remarkable views of the Georgian Bay and the Beaver Valley, take a trek down the Loree Forest Loop.
- The Scenic Caves—The actual caves are only open from spring until fall, but you can explore the area’s trails by foot all year round.
- Old Baldy Conservation Area—Hike through an open pasture that eventually leads to a covered forest up into the unprotected edge of the Niagara Escarpment for breathtaking views of the Beaver Valley.
As for fall activities, you won’t want to miss the famed Apple Pie Trail. Fall is one of the best times of year to enjoy all the apple-inspired art, outdoor activities, and seasonal menus along the trail.
Need more ideas for exploring Collingwood this fall? Contact us and we can give you more information about the local area and what’s going on!