You’ve arrived in the wilderness north of Toronto. Expect great beer and great adventures too.

What sets this beer trail apart from all others in Ontario is its spectacular location. As the region that inspired members of Canada’s iconic Group of Seven painters as well as countless folks seeking to escape from the urban, any beer brewed here is bound to go nicely with some outdoor adventuring.

No matter what your outdoor adventure fancy, there are plenty of outfitters to gear you up and get you going. From hiking to biking, swimming to paddling, if you want to try it, the outfitters can help. Ask about rentals, guided day trips and longer excursions, about lessons and workshops too. Many accommodations will have outdoor recreation equipment you can use as well – inquire when you book.

If camping is your thing, consider pitching your tent at one of dozens of national and provincial parks found in the region, including Algonquin, Arrowhead, Mikisew, Killbear, Restoule and Georgian Bay Islands National Park.

Not into roughing it but want to be really close to Mother Nature all the same? Glamping might just be for you.

Visit the Cottage Country Beer Trail for great beer and a side of adventure.



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Drink responsibly on the beer traiL. Do not drink and drive.