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Winter in Paisley, Ontario

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Snowshoeing

The colder weather means that you can still enjoy the trails surrounding the town of Paisley in a whole new way - snowshoeing! Exploring the natural wonders of the region takes on a whole new perspective in the winter. Make sure you bundle up, snow pants and boots are a must and, of course, snowshoes are best to help you stay on top of the powder and enjoy the views.  

The Bruce County Rail Trail runs through the town and provides an excellent opportunity to try out snowshoeing and enjoy the outdoors in the colder weather with trees filled with bountiful snow. When you listen to the winter quiet, you can still hear the Mighty Saugeen flowing, so listen close. 

Fat Biking

Fat Biking is an unconventional way of exploring the quiet winter forests of the area. In the winter months, normal mountain bikes won't work on the snowy ground since they'll just sink! To fix that problem, you can try fat biking. Fat bikes feature oversized wheels with a greater surface area that allows you to stay on top of the snow and take on the trails in the middle of the winter. This is an experience you won't want to miss, and you will be able to tell all your friends about it back home. 

Downtown Paisley

Paisley is known as Bruce County's "artistic village", being that it is the perfect place for your imagination to run wild and get a hands-on creative experience. Paisley is ready for you to explore, with many new shops and restaurants that give the town a distinct and charming vibe that brings out the creative spirit in all of us. Walk along the riverside over the bridge and admire the town's architecture, grab an ice cream cone, stop in for a delicious meal at one of Paisley's restaurants-Paisley is the place for you to relax and appreciate life.