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Beaver Valley

Grey County

1 Winery

1 Cidery

3 Bakeries/Markets

1 Adventure

Welcome To Beaver Valley, where you're always welcome

Beaver Valley is a beautiful part of apple country. This region is the perfect place to go cycling and exploring. You’ll find a small, intimate community throughout the region, with Trail members who are truly inspired by the land to produce their craft. Whether you adventure by bike or car, make sure to check out the neighbouring Trail Stops, like Blackbird Pie Co. conveniently located across the street from Free Spirit Tours!

Explore the trail stops and adventures below so you can take full advantage of the fun on this end of the Niagara Escarpment.

Blackbird Pie Co.

In the heart of cycling country, you’ll find Blackbird Pie Co. Drop by on bike, foot or car, and make sure to try their classic apple pie or apple crumble muffin when you visit!

Farmer’s Pantry

The whole family will find fun and delicious treats at Farmer’s Pantry. Whether you’re looking for mazes, games, animals, adventure or taste-testing, Farmer’s Pantry is here to welcome you. *Open seasonally, July to November

Free Spirit Tours

Free Spirit Tours provides all you need to have incredible adventures throughout apple country. From caving to paddling to kayaking, the guides at Free Spirit Tours will make sure your day is full of fun!

Georgian Hills Vineyards & Ardiel Cider House

Visit Georgian Hills Vineyards to see the blossoming vines on the hills overlooking the escarpment. The vineyard is an excellent trail stop as you’re on a cycling adventure, cider-tour or family outing to a beautiful destination.

Spy Cider House & Distillery

Spy Cider House and Distiller is a mission-driven cidery who aims to pay tribute to the Blue Mountains through a philosophy of excellence that can only be expressed through the local fruit of ciders and spirits.

T&K Ferri Orchards

Visit T&K Ferri Orchards for a picturesque day roaming their internationally recognized orchard, sampling their award-winning cider, and appreciating the local land.