Skiing and snowshoeing
Winter can be a fun time for families to get outside and enjoy some fresh air. For some they have been lucky enough to find how enjoyable a day out skiing can be. It does not matter if you are more into the speed of downhill skiing or if getting away from the crowds with cross country skiing is more your thing, both are great ways to enjoy the winter months.
Get Outdoors with Highlands Nordic! With trails suitable for all levels, rentals, season and day passes, and spectacular views of Clearview; Highlands Nordic is the place to enjoy cross country skiing and snowshoeing. The staff are always warm and friendly wanting to welcome you into their family of recreationists. Give them a call at 705-444-5017, email them at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website highlandsnordic.ca for more information on how to get outdoors this winter!
Ski3 Pass Enjoy the regions best cross country skiing, with the Ski3 Pass for Scenic Caves Nordic Centre, Highlands Nordic and Wasaga Nordic. Three days of fun at three cross country ski locations. Contact Highlands Nordic for more information. Come enjoy the Spectacular Devil’s Glen! Devil’s Glen Country Club is hosting its third annual “Locals Day” on Saturday April 14, 2018 and we want you there! $20 Lift tickets for adults and $10 for children & students will be offered to residents of Clearview, Collingwood, Honeywood and the entire Nottawasaga Watershed. There will also be a BBQ on the deck and Creemore Springs on tap. PLEASE PASS ALONG OUR INVITATION TO ANY THAT LOVE SPRING Skiing or Riding! Check out Devil’s Glen’s website www.devilsglen.com.
Just because its winter does not mean you cannot explore the great trails in Clearview. There is snowshoeing available at many local spots. Devil’s Glen Provincial Park This non-operating park, located on Road 124 just west of Singhampton features the highest peaks along the Escarpment, 460 meters above sea level. Snowshoe out to the lookout platform and admire the steep bedrock gorge and sweeping views of the entire valley. Clearview EcoPark Located at 300 Mowat St. Stayner, the Clearview EcoPark is a an accessible park filled with native plant and wildlife species. Be sure to stop by year round to witness the diversity that exists within the ecosystem. Great for snowshoeing, one can spend time exploring the park and watch for the vast variety of wildlife in the area. Nottawasaga Bluffs Here you will find a series of snowshoe trails. Located just east of Singhampton follow the signs on Hwy 124 to the beautiful conservation area. Daily parking fee of $6.50. Pretty River Provincial Park This park has provincially significant geological features related to glacial and post-glacial processes along one of the highest point of the Niagara Escarpment. Features include meltwater channels, moraine and talus slopes. Although the park area is without facilities, and camping is not permitted, visitors may enjoy hiking, nature appreciation, fishing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling on designated OFSC trails. The Bruce Trail passes through the park. Pretty River Valley is part of the Niagara Escarpment Parks system and the Niagara Biosphere Reserve. Visitors are asked to respect the natural features, which are
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