Nestled in-between a spectacular gorge and the picturesque downtown lies the enchanting village of Elora, originally inhabited by the Attiwandaronk, who were called Neutrals by the French because they were neutral in the wars between the Iroquois and the Hurons. Elora’s architectural beauty is in its original stone buildings from the 1800’s. If you choose, you can experience the spectacular churning waters of the gorge up-close and personal by zip-lining through its towering walls of limestone ravines. A local historian will meet us and take us on a guided tour through the town and leave us with some time for shopping. On our way home, we drive through the West Montrose covered bridge, and a couple of Amish settlements.