Day 1: Central Ontario - Orangeville to Haliburton
Well take the scenic route so you can maximize your riding experience and enjoy the beauty of this unique region. Following paved secondary roads well travel through pastoral farm country and scenic towns and villages. Well pass through vast lowlands of spruce and maple. And well journey through valleys of picturesque farms and forests, gigantic boulders, and rail fences.
Heading north well venture through the rocky granite of the Canadian Shield. Well view white pines and birch trees rising up alongside the highway. As we wind our way east well soak up the wilderness, granite beauty, and remote splendor of hardwood forests, sparkling rivers and pristine lakes.
Well arrive at the picturesque Delta Pinestone Resort in plenty of time for you to enjoy the areas many attractions.
On-site activities include tennis, volleyball, an outdoor pool, hiking trails, and a whirlpool. Our package here includes a discount at the on-site 18-hole course and the on-site spa.
The fabulous grounds are just five minutes outside the village of Haliburton, where you can stroll through unique shops, visit artists and their galleries, or take in a live theatre production.
Visits to the Wolf Centre, the Haliburton Forest, the Walk in the Clouds, and numerous boat cruises can be arranged for additional fees.
Dinner: Delta Pinestone Resort
Day 2: Laurentians - Haliburton to Saint-Sauveur
Valley hospitality is legendary, and the frontier spirit still prevails in the towns and villages well pass through.
Saint Sauveur Valley
Well ride through the beautiful Saint-Sauveur valley with its charming towns nestled into the mountains. Here youll find an abundance of boutiques, bars, and bistros and a great opportunity to experience the unique Quebec culture.
Our home for the night will be the Manoir Saint-Sauveur, located in the heart of the quaint village of Saint-Sauveur, where the enchanting main street overflows with shops, art galleries, and restaurants.
Dinner: On Your Own - Saint Sauveur at the restaurant of your choice
Day 3: Eastern Ontario - Saint-Sauveur to Gananoque
Distance: 300 km
Our route will take us through diverse landscapes as we exchange the magnificence of the Laurentian Mountains for the pristine lakes and waterways of Eastern Ontario.
Youll enjoy shopping for original art and crafts in the picture-postcard villages that line the Rideau Canal corridor. Well stop in traditional villages and towns that boast three centuries of Canadian heritage. Merrickville, one of our stops, is considered one of the prettiest towns in Canada.
Here you can relax on the Inns beautifully-landscaped lawn, which runs down to the water's edge. You can sit and watch the boats at the private 500-foot dock, or you can view the activities on the town dock a short distance away.
Scenic 1000 Island Tours aboard the Gananoque Boat Line are just a stone's throw away. Superb live theatre, golf, a charity casino, antiquing, museums, and the community Gardens at Landon's Bay are all nearby.
Dinner: Farewell Dinner at Gananoque Inn
Day 4: Prince Edward County - Gananoque to Orangeville
Distance: 400 km
Prince Edward Country
As our tour draws to a close youll enjoy a spectacular coastline of unspoiled countryside, pastoral farms, dozens of roadside stands, and giant sand dunes. Youll savor a relaxing ride home to end a rejuvenating and refreshing adventure.
Note: US prices are approximate. We accept payment in US dollars at the exchange rate in effect at the time of payment.