As part of the fall season, you'll want to make the most of your stay at the Blue Mountain Village - so we've outlined some of the most enriching and authentic Apple Pie Trail experiences. Getting out on the trail is a perfect way to fill your days exploring apple country. 

Experience the cuisine of the Village's award-winning chefs; paddle, hike, or cycle our vast landscapes, backroads, rivers, and shorelines; explore South Georgian Bay to get a taste of local fare at its finest; and sip on world-renowned ciders, wines, and craft beers that continue our rich local history of agriculture, culinary flare, and adventure.‚Äč

Or check out the Apple Pie Trail, an award-winning apple-inspired regional trail that unites art, apple history, delectable seasonal menus, ciders, apple tarts & treats, and our famous apple pies at 28 local orchards, restaurants, cafes, wineries, cider houses, shops and farmer's markets.

Rusty’s Stephen Perrin:

Restauranteur, Pitmaster, BBQ Champion, Vegan Chef?

Good Things Come to Those Who Experiment

Award-winning cidermaker from Coffin Ridge Boutique Winery, Joel Loughead.
The Family that Cooks Together, Stays Together

The Grey Thornbury Chef de Cuisine, Amber Plourde, on cooking, family, and finding home in South Georgian Bay.