One of the best parts of travelling is the unscripted. That moment where you decide to visit the restaurant recommended by a friendly local, or when you stop at a business whose sign caught your eye. Structured itineraries have their benefits, but Rustic Roamers thrive when they are given free time to explore.
Christopher from Traveling Mitch did exactly that when he hit the road, using the Rustic Roamer Wandering Route through Haliburton and Bancroft as his starting point. Locals like Sally from Sunny Rock B&B, Barrie from Yours Outdoors, and Elaine from Benaaron Guest House acted as his guides, pointing out the must-see spots in the area. Christopher’s “choose-your-own-adventure” itinerary ended up filled with visits to the Hawk Lake Log Chute, Haliburton Sculpture Forest, a Tweed and Company musical production, and much more. Read about his authentic wandering experience here and get the inspiration you need for your next road trip!