Get Out & Get Real with these Fresh Finds
“Headwaters is one of the last accessible places with wild, untouched areas. Fishing in Mississauga, Cobourg, it’s all houses and highways.” Bryan Rutledge, Fly Fishing Guide, Rutty River Guiding Co., Dufferin
1. Parks & Conservation Areas
A range of ruggedly different and distinctive conservation areas offer ice-fishing, cross- country skiing, skating and more. And that’s just winter.
Canada’s longest marked footpath runs through Headwaters. Our hiking clubs know it best: Dufferin Hi-Land Bruce Trail Club & Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club.
3. Geocaching in Headwaters
They’re in trails, caves, cemeteries! But the best part about tracking down a geocache (items hidden by GPS coordinates) is that everywhere you look here, it’s a treasure.
North America’s most popular 24-hour mountain bike festival is a lot more than races. Camping, playgrounds, kids events and more, in naturally beautiful Albion Hills.
5. Archers of Caledon
Deep in Caledon’s own, Nottingham-lush greenery, this distinguished club is marking 60 years of welcoming and training archers of all ages, including world champions.