This Apple Pie Trail near Toronto will lead you to delicious sweet treats

Jul 9 2019, 3:02 pm

“A hike’s greatest reward is a slice of pie.” — Us, right now.

Because the Apple Pie Trail that starts at Blue Mountain, just a couple hours north of Toronto, will lead you to all the delicious treats your heart desires.

Which is exactly what you deserve after trekking through the wilderness.

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If you’ve been running low on ideas for day trips to take you out of the city this summer, let us plant this (apple) seed in your mind.

According to its website, the Apple Pie Trail “is conducive to self-guided, guided, adventure, culinary experiences, or just sight-seeing,” so it’s something that you can totally tackle alongside a few pals.

This map leads you through Blue Mountain Village, Beaver Valley, Thornbury, and more as you hunt for the most delicious pies in all the land.

Apple Pie Trail

Take in the breathtaking sights of nature all around you, before you take in all the sugary, sweet, syrupy stewed apples wrapped in pastry that you can handle.

 

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Some of the note-worthy stops along the way include The Pottery Restaurant, Blackbird Pie Co., and the Thornbury Bakery Café.

There are also a handful of brewpubs and vineyards on the roster, so you’ll be able to get your hands on some cider to quench your thirst too.

 

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Sounds like the perfect way to spend a summer afternoon.