Snowy Owl PROWL!!!*Winter only, running all WEEK!
As soon as the mercury drops below 0 degrees Celsius, get your binoculars out because we are experiencing a Snowy Owl invasion!! This year marks the second invasion year we have seen in the Collingwood area, which is unusual since invasions occur once every 3-4 years. Lucky us!! Snowy
Owls love the cold and love hunting in the afternoon. Bring your camera and warm clothes and we'll go on a Snowy Owl Prowl and find these majestical birds perched on telephone poles, fences, barns, and hay bails. Be prepared for some up close opportunities for photos...so close you can watch their heads pivot like a turret, scanning for their next meal.
1-1.5hr personalized tour for 2 people
cost $35 per adult and $25 per child.
Single Adults cost is $40 for the tour
This tour includes some driving and some walking,
lots of patience and tones of EXCITEMENT!!
SPECIAL SNOWY OWL DEAL for 2-2.5hrs personalized tour
for 2 people cost $40 per Adult
and $45 for Single Adults.
Snowshoe!!!!*starting in Decemeber running all WEEK!
The snow will be flying by then, and as the snow deepens in December, you'll be gliding on your snowshoes loving every moment of not sinking in to your knees. I'll guide you through the Loree Forest pointing out animal tracks and who made them and the tree species along the trail. As we make our way to the north side of the trail, we'll stop for a cup of hot chocolate and cookies and you can take in the spectacular views of Georgian Bay in the winter.
If you have never snowshoed before, don't worry, after a quick tutorial, you won't want to take them off.
Loree Forest *Running all WEEK!
This trail is a combination of trail on lands that are MNR, private and Bruce Trail. The main 7.1 km trail winds through several forest types and fields and makes headland on the north side with spectacular views of Georgain Bay, which is situated at the top of the Georgian Peaks Ski Club.
If we hike in the evening winter months, be prepared to expericene the singing of the Canis latrans or Coyote while drinking hot chocolate. In the fall, enjoy the colours Loree forest is appreciated for. Sugar and red maples blend with White Elms, Basswoods and Populars. The sights and smells will last forever in your memory. And as you take in the fall colours, watch carefully for lasting edible berries and Canada plums to snack on.
Pair wine with your Tour
Share a tour with me through the Loree forest or Nottawasaga bluffs then taking in the sights and smells
of the bush. Then with your sniffer working, drive a short distance to the Georgain Gills Vineyeards and taste some of their award winning local wines.