When travelling the country roads of the Blue Mountains, enjoy the sweet aroma of apple blossoms in the spring, and ripening fruit in the summer and fall, waffle in the air. This is Ontario's Apple Country - a special place where the moderating effects of Georgian Bay and the Niagara Escarpment create perfect conditions for growing amazing apples. Of course, this means our area is filled with divine apple pies too!
European settlers first introduced apple trees to this part of Canada in the 1840s. Production is concentrated here where the Georgian Bay provides reduces the chances of late spring and early autumn frosts.
On your visit to the Blue Mountains, be sure to look for the Apple Pie Trail certification listed on apple pies, apple treats and apple based foods at the restaurants, cafes, shops and farm markets. It's your assurance that they're made right here from the finest locally-grown apples.