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The Apple Pie Trail Continues to Win Awards and Christmas "Lights Up" in the Village

17/11/17
Tree Lighting in the Events Plaza on December 1st. Learn more about the new Skating Trail at the top of Blue Mountain! Even the New York Times and CNN are starting to notice Town of The Blue Mountains and Blue Mountain Village and Resort.

WOW, check out the NARCITY story “Blue Mountain Will Transform Into A Dreamy Christmas Village For The Holidays”. In the past 2 weeks this story has been shared 10.2K times!!

With more lights coming this will be a spectacular winter in the Village. Mark your calendars for the official TREE LIGHTING in the Events Plaza December 1!

https://www.narcity.com/ca/on/toronto/travel/blue-mountain-will-transform-into-a-dreamy-christmas-village-for-the-holidays

More from NARCITY

https://www.narcity.com/ca/on/toronto/travel/you-can-ride-this-1-km-snowcoaster-at-the-top-of-blue-mountain

https://www.narcity.com/ca/on/toronto/news/a-11-km-skating-trail-is-opening-at-the-top-of-blue-mountain

AND, just in…

THE NEW YORK TIMES!  https://paidpost.nytimes.com/destination-canada/why-ontario-is-north-americas-food-capital.html

The APT joins a prestigious list of 12 international taste trails on CNN Travel  http://www.cnn.com/travel/article/best-food-drink-trails/index.html

And another top 10 international taste trails on Viva Lifestyle and Travel http://vivalifestyleandtravel.com/general/travel-and-lifestyle/food-and-drink/list/food-and-drink-trails

We are very proud to have Blue Mountain Village and the Apple Pie Trail in our Town. The folks from Blue Mountain Village and all the individual businesses who create special experiences for our visitors, friends and family, deserve so much credit for their efforts. 

In fact, at the recent Tourism Industry Association Awards, The Apple Pie Trail organization team at Blue Mountain Village was awarded the Tourism Experience Award.

"The Apple Pie Trail is the ultimate experience for culinary tourists to discover the people, places and authentic tastes that define the south Georgian Bay area. Located in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of the Niagara Escarpment that forms the historic Bruce Peninsula, the Apple Pie Trail was created to educate and inspire visitors to explore one of Canada’s largest apple growing regions. Centered in The Blue Mountains, it includes businesses in Grey, Bruce and Simcoe County."

Congratulations again! With all the awards the Apple Pie Trail is racking up, it may just be the most recognized culinary trail in Ontario!


https://ontarioculinary.com/awards/

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