Be in Nature
Mix your Danish Hygge with Japanese Shinrin-yoku, or forest bathing. There is lots of scientific evidence that forest bathing, being in a natural setting under trees, can have rejuvenating benefits to our mind, body and spirit.
Huron County has 38 public trails to get you outdoors and into nature. The Ontario’s West Coast Hiking Guide includes maps, descriptions and trails use information for all 38 trails. Find a pdf copy of the guide here or pick-up a printed copy at any branch of the Huron County Library.
Storytime Trails in Exeter & Wingham
Families can walk together and read together through the Storytime Trails in Exeter and Wingham. Stop and read the pages of a children’s storybook mounted on eight trail posts as you walk along the MacNaughton-Morrison section of the South Huron Trail in Exeter. The Wingham Storytime trail is located ner the splashpad at 239 William Street, Wingham.
Exeter’s Storytime Trail was funded by Healthy Kids Community Challenge and operates in partnership with the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority
White Squirrel Golf Club
Fun for the whole family. Walking trails through the golf course and wooded areas. There is no fee to access the trails! Find the trail map and waiver form on the White Squirrel Golf Club‘s website
Find the Hygge Bird
Look for the Hygge Bird on the Wingham Community Trail and Blyth Greenway Trail (part of the G2G Rail Trail) in the Township of North Huron. Take a selfie with the poster and scan the QR code to share your selfie and be entered for a chance to win a prize.