Autumn Adventures in Uxbridge
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Ah, yes – it’s the most magical time of year in Uxbridge. We’re talking about autumn, of course. The crisp air, bountiful harvests, month-long Celebration of the Arts and stunning colours of the changing season.
One of the most defining natural features in Durham Region is the Oak Ridges Moraine. Formed during the last great ice age, nearly 15,000 years ago, the Moraine is approximately 160 km in length. In Uxbridge, you can experience the Moraine and fall colours by heading to Walker Woods & Glen Major Forest – a wooded wonderland beloved by hikers and cyclists.
After the trail, head to our historic downtown and warm up with a hot beverage and a nourishing meal at The Bar Cafe. Known for delicious soups, or custom made salads, wraps, and bowls, you will be energized for the next stop.
Continue your adventure to the famous 10-acre corn maze at Coopers Farm. This year, the design is a special Canada 150 theme. If you make it through the maze, there is pumpkin picking, the farm kitchen, wagon rides and more.
And once you’ve worked up your appetite again, head to Urban Pantry for a seasonal meal, including autumn bounty from several local farms. The Eat it Forward salad has seared tempeh, organic greens, pickled farmer vegetables, nuts + seeds and more. Or how about a Bison Burger, made with Uxbridge’s Thunder Ridge Bison, goat cheese, arugula, and red pepper jelly.