SLEIGHS AND SNOWSHOES GETAWAY
Snowshoe through a silent world of winter beauty, and see the Bruce Peninsula at its best! We welcome couples, and groups up to 10 people, for this relaxing getaway. Here's what to expect:
- A secluded, beautiful and quiet wilderness accommodation.
- Two night's stay in one of our gorgeous, private rooms.
- A wholesome, farm fresh breakfast will start everyone off on the right foot. Ask about our Blueberry Pancakes with local maple syrup--they're to die for!
- Your choice: a 4km (for beginners) or 8km (for experienced) shuttled snowshoe hike. We've got all the equipment; just bring warm clothing and boots. During the hike, there'll be lots of photo ops as you stand far above the cold waters of Georgian Bay.
- Our world-famous "Snowshoer's Delight" Lunch, enjoyed after your hike. You won't believe how good it tastes out in the wild!
- After a mid-day break,you might want to enjoy an optional add-on: a late afternoon horse-drawn sleigh ride. There are sleighs available for as few as 2 or as many as 12 people. Bring your cameras; this is a beautiful woodland tour among hundreds of acres of forest! Only the swish of the sleigh runnners and merry bells on the horses disturb the deep, dusky silence of the forest. The gathering darkness of winter sunsets are unforgettable on the sleigh. After the ride, there's hot chocolate and goodies available to warm you up!
- When you arrive back at Evergreen Forest, everyone is welcome to break out their own wine or beer.
- The evening is for socializing and relaxing. Don't forget our ever-present snack tray, always ready to comfort your sweet tooth. If skies are clear, we might take our 10-inch telescope out for a wee tour of the universe (see link below).
While you're here, enjoy all that our resort has to offer:
- Huge, bright suites with private baths, satellite TV, wireless internet, and walk-out decks.
- Our large Lounge, with it's Cozy Woodstove, where you can socialize into the wee hours if you like.
- Join us for Telescope Nights, a nightly tour of the universe, using our 10-inch telescope.