Author: Escarpment Magazine

Ignited By Passion

A love of drawing existing alongside a passion for being immersed in wilderness settings developed early for Peter Taylor, ultimately resulting in his impressionistic transferences of paint onto canvas and sharing the wondrous sights he continues to experience.

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Booms, Blasts & Echoes

From its contentious beginnings as the Meaford Tank Range during World War II, the 4th Canadian Division Training Centre has evolved into one of the largest, most active, state-of-the-art military training facilities in Canada.

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Different Strokes

It’s hard to beat the mental and physical health benefits of rowing —the meditative movements calm the mind while the full-body effort engages all the major muscle groups. It’s not surprising that the sport of rowing is seeing a resurgence.

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A Retro Modern Retreat

A dated Castle Glen chalet is transformed into a retro-modern escape using thoughtfully re-designed spaces, contemporary fixtures, art and furnishings that showcase the owner’s funky style.

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The Path to the Podium

Escarpment ski racing is a remarkable thing. There is something to be said about how our area has fostered the development of hills, infrastructure, programs, athletes and communities with a devout passion for the activity.

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Zen Waterfront Living

Designed by architect Andrew Slade and custom built by Carter Allen, this magnificent waterfront cottage in Thornbury impresses with its simplicity and attention to detail.

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Cliffs, Crags & Carabiners

Rock climbers from around the world are drawn to the Escarpment—from bouldering to sport climbing to traditional climbing—our local crags are among the best in the province.

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Into Plein Air

In October 2021, a group of seven Collingwood area artists ventured into the Algoma wilderness to paint where the Group of Seven had over 100 years ago, and discovered that history can indeed repeat itself.

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