Hike the Bruce – Nottawasaga Lookout

In 1937 the White Trillium (Trillium grandiflorum or “large-flowered” Trillium) became the province of Ontario’s official floral emblem. The flower blooms in late April to early June and can be found throughout the forests of the Escarpment. The only trick is knowing where to look.

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Hike the Bruce – Eugenia Falls

When prospectors were drawn to Eugenia in 1852 for an expected gold rush, they may have felt foolish when they found only iron pyrite. They did however, discover one of the most picturesque water falls in the region.

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Tying the Knot at Blue Mountain

Whether you and your love prefer casual, low-key nuptials on the beach or an all-out extravaganza—your wedding day can become a full wedding weekend when it’s celebrated at Blue Mountain Resort.

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Nothing is more welcoming to a cyclist than the snow melting on the roads. Riding season—game on…

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The original Lifestyle magazine of Southern Georgian Bay Escarpment is a beautifully illustrated, premium quality, in depth guide of Southern Georgian Bay Living from The Blue Mountains, Collingwood, Meaford and the surrounding villages including Thornbury, Clarksburg, Ravenna and Owen Sound. Our topics include recreation, health, fashion, homes & gardens, food, personalities, current events, history, arts & culture, nature, businesses, finances, real estate and more. Our readership base is comprised of local residents on the Escarpment and on the Bay as well as over 4.6 million people living within a two-hour drive of the Southern Georgian Bay region. Escarpment growth is driven by tourism and home ownership is at an all-time high - Escarpment magazine has it all covered! People of all ages seek out Southern Georgian Bay, a world-class outdoor destination offering fresh, clean Georgian Bay waters, world renowned golf courses, six ski resorts and endless trails along The Blue Mountains and the Niagara Escarpment. Southern Georgian Bay Escarpment promotes our readers to act responsibly and to preserve Ontario's favourite outdoor playground while we grow and play together.