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Blue Mountain Private Tour. ToNiagara

Georgian Bay is a region of Lake Huron and the southern part of the Great Canadian Shield, located northwest of Toronto.

The beaches of Georgian Bay, first discovered and surveyed by Samuel De Champlain in the early 1600s, were a vital trading route and were named after King George IV in the early 1800s. In 2004, UNESCO designated the area as a Biosphere Reserve. Between Lake Huron and the geological “Blue Mountains Formation,” Georgian Bay is surrounded by natural splendour. This lovely village is a year-round destination resort with a diverse range of activities for all ages.

Blue Mountain town, located at the foot of the mountain, is roughly 90 minutes from Toronto. After a few steps and passing past some gorgeous buildings, you’ll reach the entrance to the open-air gondola, where you may purchase your ticket to the peak. The majestic splendour of the countryside will overtake your senses once you reach the summit, with breathtaking views of Georgian Bay. You’ll be looking at Lake Superior, the second-largest of the Great Lakes. The journey continues with a visit to Wasaga Beach, the world’s longest freshwater beach at 14 kilometres. Enjoy the twilight colours reflected on the rolling hills of Ontario on your drive back to Toronto.

If you want to explore all that Blue Mountain has to offer, you can book our Blue Mountain Private Tour. Blue Mountain is probably best known for its winter activities. It’s very popular for skiing and snowboarding. The tour begins with free pickup from your hotels and B&Bs in Toronto, Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke, and Oakville, including hotels near the Toronto Pearson International Airport. If you are not staying at a hotel or B&B, you will be asked to come to one of our centralised pickup locations.

Our first stop would be the Village of Blue Mountain. It’s a nice all-year-round recreational area just outside of Toronto where you can do lots of amazing different activities.

Then we will visit the Open-Air Gondola to the Summit. Blue Mountain’s open-air gondola ride takes you through the sky over a colourful expanse of autumn trees. The gondola will float you up a hill, giving you a sweeping view of Georgian Bay. Look out over the enchanting blanket of red, orange, and gold as you drift through the air. This incredible 360-degree view is a unique way to experience one of the most beautiful seasons.

During your tour, you will be able to enjoy the breathtaking views of Georgian Bay. You can dip your toes in shallow waters and wade in the surf, or you can rent a boat and venture deeper into the water. Aside from canoes and kayaks, stand-up paddle boards are also available for rent at Blue Mountain Beach. You can take advantage of comfort stations, complete with changing rooms.

Afterwards, we will visit Lake Superior. Lake Superior is the largest freshwater lake in the world by surface area and the third-largest by volume, holding 10% of the world’s surface freshwater. You will never forget the breathtaking views of Lake Superior from scenic overlooks. Despite their relatively easy access, these spots can give you a sense of seeing something that other people have yet to discover—especially true when no one else is around. You’ll be eager to tell your friends and share your photos once you get home.

Our next stop would be Wasaga Beach. In addition to being home to the world’s longest freshwater beach, Wasaga Beach has long been hailed as one of the world’s premier tourist destinations. More than 14 kilometres of white sandy coastline welcome millions of visitors from around the world every year. Visitors can expect to enjoy the pristine natural landscape and panoramic views of Wasaga Beach.

Then we will head to Rolling Hills-The Sweeping Hills Of Ontario’s Beauty. Enjoy the twilight colours reflected on the rolling hills of Ontario on your drive back to Toronto. The area is well-sheltered on the south and west by tree lines and is nicely landscaped with evergreens and irrigated grass in the camping area. There is nothing like the views of Ontario’s rolling hills, which remind you a bit of England in Canada).