The Hills of Headwaters, just steps outside Toronto’s back door, is replete with some truly wonderful places to visit – settlements such as Erin, Hockley Village, Belfountain, Shelburne, Bolton and Orangeville boast some fabulous events, things to see and people to meet. The routes to them all are well maintained and easy to find. And the fall colours that provide the backdrop are indeed spectacular. With our many country roads and the rolling terrain provided by the Niagara Escarpment any back-road route will deliver an impressive fall show.
The region’s many conservation areas, parks and trails provide the perfect destination point for a great fall drive. Pack a picnic lunch, or treat yourself at a country tearoom or restaurant. Our hamlets and villages are also great stops. Take some time to stroll the heritage downtowns; each with boutique shops, art galleries and coffee shops to explore.
Fall in the Hills of Headwaters celebrates the Arts like no other time of year. Plan your fall drive to coincide with one of many studio tours and arts events or book in advance theatre tickets for a professional live performance at Theatre Orangeville paired with a scenic tour on the Credit Valley Explorer Tour Train.
Hills of Erin Studio Tour
September 18th and 19th, 2010 September 25th and 26th, 2010
For the first time, this year's tour will be held over two weekends to give you more options for planning a fall outing in the Hills of Erin!
Caledon Hills Studio Adventure
September 25 & 26, 2010
Headwaters Arts Festival
September 24 to October 11, 2010
For those looking for a fall getaway, we are also offering several overnight packages to make your visit to the Hills of Headwaters more relaxing.
Couple your culinary adventures with a visit to an artist's studio - Step outside Toronto’s back door and discover ART IN THE HILLS!more ›
These are the Hills of Headwaters, part of the greenbelt... our living countryside.more ›
Small towns, rolling hills, fall colours topped off with gourmet delights.
Weave your way through country roads and take in Mother Nature's handiwork.
The Hills of Headwaters has some of the most picturesque fall riding in Ontario.
Charming villages and artists abound in the Hills of Erin!
Here’s a short 22 km ride that takes in the grandeur of the Caledon countryside without the up hills!