Time to fly. 

The excitement never sleeps at Bristol Mountain Aerial Adventures, which recently opened its Zipline Canopy Tour (pictured below) near Canandaigua. The experience features seven ziplines measuring more than 5,000 feet, four bridges, two hikes, two off-road rides and a final “leap of faith.” 

The three-hour tour is led by two guides and is limited to 12 participants. Experience the Bristol Hills in ways you could never imagine, even in winter. For information, click here or to make a reservation, call (585) 374-1180. Tours are offered by appointment by Saturday and Sunday starting at 10 a.m.finger-lakes-bristol-mountain-aerial-canopy-tours

Time to play. 

The first phase of Pinnacle Athletic Campus in Victor has opened. The 135,000-square-foot complex (pictured below) is designed to be a major sports tourism destination in the region, offers outlets for many sports, from basketball, lacrosse and volleyball to soccer and baseball.

As other phases are developed, Pinnacle will include a track, batting cages, outdoor fields, a café, a fitness club and introductory sports classes for young kids.pinnacle-athletic-complex-victor-exterior

Time to eat. 

Geneva’s up-and-coming Linden Street has a new restaurant. Cebo (photo below) specializes in new American comfort foods in an intimate, eclectic setting. The menu includes eclectic farm-to-table dishes such as parsnip “frites” with aged Gruyere, a house sausage made with Kashong Creek Hard Cider (Kashong Creek’s tasting room will be opening soon on Linden Street) and candied bacon nibs. Yum. Click here for more information or call (315) 325-4120. cebo-restaurant-geneva-exterior-sign

Time to drink. 

Ontario County has another great place to try local beer. Jessica and Tony Moringello (pictured below), owners of Noble Shepherd Craft Brewery in Bloomfield, cite Dog Fish Head Brewing Company’s Noble Rot as its inspiration. The new brewery’s taps are flowing with an American Pale Ale, a vanilla and coffee bean stout and a champagne saison made with pinot grigio and chardonnay grape juice. Look for the brown dome-shaped building with a giraffe’s head poking out from the top. And if you need a hand-made vessel to pour your Noble beer in, go next door to Wizard of Clay Pottery. For more information about Noble Shepherd click here or call (585) 229-7661.noble-shepherd-craft-brewing-honeoye-owners-jessica-and-tony-moringello