Due to its prominent position at the headwaters of four major Ontario river systems and to its role as a key groundwater recharge area, the Hills of Headwaters is cherished for its ecological importance within southern Ontario.

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A Magical landscape

The Hills of Headwaters is the highest elevation in southern Ontario. From here, clear, cold springs bubble up from the earth, pick up rain and melting snow and gather into rivers that flow north, east, south and west into the Great Lakes. On their way, rivers have carved valleys deep and wide that cleave the Niagara Escarpment, creating slopes for skiers, and breathtaking vistas for sightseers. Hike into the high country, along the world-renowned Bruce Trail or a hundred other paths that meander through the trees and along railway rights-of-way. Anytime of year, experience the best nature has to offer in the Hills of Headwaters.

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Cuisine Art
Jul 16 - 17, 2011
Alton Mill - Galleries & Art Studios

Jul 15 - 17, 2011
Tea Boutique

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May 28 - Jul 10, 2011
Alton Mill - Galleries & Art Studios

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