Bullfrog’s Winter Getaway Guide
Happy Holidays from Bullfrog Power! In the last of our three-part series, we asked bullfrogpowered businesses for suggestions on eco-friendly trips, excursions and experiences to enjoy the winter season with friends and family. Check them out below.
We hope you enjoyed our winter blog series. “Hoppy” Holidays!
Visit historic sites at Toronto Region Conservation Authority
Bullfrogpowered Toronto and Region Conservation maintains a number of locations where visitors can learn how the region’s natural and cultural heritages intertwine:
- Discover the legacy of Ontario conservation pioneer Dr. Francis H. Kortright at the Kortright Centre for Conservation.
- Step 150 years into the past, and explore the painstakingly restored heritage buildings at Black Creek Pioneer Village.
Take a trip to Banff National Park (and drop by Park Distillery!)
Banff National Park is world-renowned for its lush forests, crystal clear lakes and breathtaking alpine peaks. If you decide to take a trip to the Park, be sure to drop by Park Distillery, a bullfrogpowered restaurant and distillery inspired by Banff’s uniquely Canadian landscape. Park Distillery offers free distillery tours every day at 3:30 pm from the restaurant!
Shop at your local farmers’ market
If you live in the Greater Toronto Area, the Evergreen Brickworks Saturday market is a popular semi-outdoor market that is also offering a free gingerbread house assembly event at Café Belong on December 22. The Brickworks and the event are both bullfrogpowered!
On the East Coast, head to the Seaport Farmers Market, where you can listen to great live local music, pick up some local produce, wine, gifts and more. While you’re there, you can learn about the building’s many sustainable technologies, and visit the nearby bullfrogpowered Garrison Brewing Seaport Market—situated in a historic property—for samples of their craft brews.
Click here for a list of farmers’ markets in Canada.
In Victoria? Go whale watching
Bullfrogpowered Eagle Wing Tours offers whale watching tours on the West Coast that also educate guests on the potential to help change the future of endangered species and ecosystems.
Take a trip to B.C.’s Pemberton Valley
Nestled between the majestic Coast Mountains in the Pemberton Valley, Pemberton Valley Lodge is a bullfrogpowered all-suite hotel just 20 minutes north of Whistler, B.C. Pemberton offers four seasons of outdoor activities from skiing, golfing, and river rafting to horseback riding and hiking.