The winter sport of fat biking continues to rise in popularity across North America, especially in cooler climates, such as Southern Ontario’s Algonquin Provincial Park and the neighbouring District Municipality of Muskoka. When several inches of snow inevitably cover the earth’s surface, bicyclists and mountain bikers alike are forced to adapt to Mother Nature’s frosty disposition. Thankfully, fat biking in Ontario provides an idyllic balance of modernized exercise and old-world exploration.
Southern Ontario’s Sandy Lane Resort remains a four-season haven for romance-starved couples and adventurous sweethearts alike. There’s never been a more enticing time to escape the Greater Toronto Area en route to the Haliburton Highlands, particularly the northwestern rim of peaceful Halls Lake. As one of the most desirable winter retreats in Ontario, the Sandy Lane team is gearing up for a holiday season unlike any other. Because of the resort’s pleasingly remote location, couples can freely embark on a playful, passionate, and uninhibited romantic getaway, even amid winter’s frostiest moments.