Most noted philosophers used walking to get their thoughts going. Wilderness visionaries like Henry David Thoreau walked a great distance to experience the wilderness landscape (Thoreau walked 100 days in 1866, from Montreal to Quebec City). But you don’t need a major pilgrimage to become familiar with nature.
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Tuesday, July 20, 2021 2:00 PM by Ontario by Bike
If you and your bike are on auto pilot, cruise mode on the trails around home base, having done the same circuits many times over this spring and summer, why not take your cycling to the next level and pedal somewhere new.
It’s been a long time since you’ve been able to really hang out with your besties. Let’s face it, “girl’s nights” on Zoom haven’t been the same. And since you’ve done your part to keep social distanced from anyone outside of your household, it’s time for you to reward yourselves with a girl’s getaway to catch up and reconnect!
We’ve designed three staycations in Ontario’s Southwest that are perfect for a Girl’s Getaway.
Wednesday, June 30, 2021 8:00 AM by Megan Carman
Looking for an overnight getaway but don’t want to travel too far? Here are a couple of suggestions that might be closer to you than you think!
If you are looking for something new, fun, and safe to do this weekend, check out the nearest pedestrian-only zones in Ontario’s Southwest. "Pedestrian-only" areas mean that the roads are closed to cars to allow pedestrians to dine, shop, and walk safely in the open street.
Thursday, June 3, 2021 4:00 PM by Bri Mitchell
With the longer days and warmer nights of summer upon us, the wineries of Ontario are ready for us to flock back to them. After a long winter, nothing quite says summer like sitting outside looking out onto a vineyard and sipping a glass of wine.