Blue Mountain Village is nestled between the charming communities of Collingwood and Thornbury at the base Blue Mountain and the Niagara Escarpment UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve. Its shops and restaurants are located in Ontario’s largest pedestrian Village.
Ideal for all ages, trails are hard-packed to accommodate both hybrid and road bikes. The Georgian Trail is a 32km tightly packed gravel trail that runs from Collingwood to Meaford near Highway 26. It has numerous access points along the way, including: Northwinds Beach, Craigleith Provincial Park (Day pass required), Blue Mountain Beach and snack bar, Peasmarsh Beach, Thornbury Harbour, Bayview Park and Meaford Harbour. Much of the trail passes along the south shore of Georgian Bay with ample opportunity to rest and swim during the summer months. Maps can be downloaded here, or found at Tourism offices in Collingwood and the Visitor Information Centre in the Village. Blue Mountain Resort also offers bike rentals and 1 hour guided tours along the top of the Niagara Escarpment.
Ideal for all ages, hybrid & road bikes. Blue Mountain Village is in the center of a road biking mecca. The Blue Mountain gondola provides access to the picturesque Beaver Valley where riders can enjoy cycling and culinary delights along the Apple Pie Trail. Options are endless on a road bike. More information on trail routes can be found through Visit Grey Cycling, Ontario by Bike, and Visit South Georgian Bay.