Press Release –
There is one more reason to Ride Grey Bruce this year. Combine great trails and superior grooming with the challenge to find 6 adventure stops throughout the region, and it creates the recipe for an epic ride.
The Explore the Bruce Adventure Passport developed by Bruce County Tourism is designed to get people off the beaten path, to experience those hidden treasures throughout the Bruce.
In its second year, organizers thought it was a natural fit to extend the Adventure into the winter for snowmobilers. The program runs from June to the end of March to accommodate those winter seekers.
Chris Hughes, Bruce County’s Tourism Manager says “We have such an awesome area we wanted to develop a tool to help people see it all and the Adventure Passport does it with the chance to win some really cool prizes as a bonus.”
Riders must find all 6 Snowmobile Adventure Passport locations (listed in the new Bruce County Activities Guide), punch the appropriate number on the Passport, and once completed, mail it in to Bruce County Tourism for a chance to win over $1,800 in riding gear courtesy of Tennyson’s of Underwood and Yamaha.
If riders find the Explore the Bruce Adventure Sled, they can get a bonus punch, or get any of the other 7 available punches, and also qualify to win one the Grand Prizes totalling over $8,000.
Adventure Stops are located from Teeswater in the South all the way up to Tobermory at the tip of the Bruce Peninsula. “We wanted to make people work for it. If you ride the entire County, you will get all your punches and experience how truly amazing the terrain really is.” says Hughes.
Last year saw over 9,000 people take part in the Adventure Passport. This year the program’s expectations are even higher.
To get a copy of the Adventure Passport, simply call 1-800-268-3838, or check out ExploreTheBruce.com.