Everyone has their own reasons for being a Season Passholder at Blue – terrain, value, conditions, social scene and Pass perks usually top the list. However, with last year’s strange weather, many skiers and boarders aren’t quite ready to trust Mother Nature. For what it’s worth, at Blue Mountain we think winter is returning this year. And the experts agree!
We always have winter on our minds at Blue Mountain, and every fall we share our enthusiasm and build anticipation for the upcoming winter season with our Early Bird Season Pass campaign.
We’re especially stoked this year, as we’ve introduced a dynamic new product called the LITE Pass, updated our pricing and are set to offer more access, more value and more amazing benefits than ever before.
The new LITE Pass replaces our traditional Night Pass and includes lift access for night skiing Sunday through Thursday and day skiing Monday through Thursday – including day skiing during March Break! The LITE Pass is sold at the epically low Early Bird price of $149.
If July’s heat wave kept you off the fairways, take advantage of cooler temperatures over the next few months at one of Ontario’s most popular resort courses.
After a rainy few weeks, Monterra Golf is in great shape – even if your game isn’t. Fairways, approach areas and greens are playing in mid-season form. The new sand and upgraded bunkers feel as soft as the Blue Mountain beach; however the rough is as easy to find as ever (just ask my golf ball!).
Are you looking to push your limits for heights, speed, or adrenaline this summer?
Some people like to unwind during vacation, while others like to take it to the max. Blue Mountain Resort certainly has the first group covered; however, the Resort has recently tapped into its natural setting to introduce new attractions suited for adventure seekers looking for their next thrill. Take a look at this news:
• New for 2012 green season, the resort has introduced the Timber Challenge High Ropes and Woodlot Low Ropes. Push your limits and test your inner daredevil more than 50 ft above the forest bed.
• The Blue Mountain Bike Park is the largest mountain bike park in Ontario. Accessed by the gondola, the park has a wide variety of terrain and progression trails for beginners to experts. The region’s many scenic cycling routes are also very popular and challenging for the avid road-rider.
• The ultimate downhill thrill, the Ridge Runner is Ontario’s only Mountain Coaster. Strap into the open concept cart and wind down the mountain at speeds up to 42 km per hour.
• Blue Mountain Activity Central has a wide selection of activities for all interests. From Hummer tours to kayaking there’s something for everyone.
Whether it's winding down the mountain or climbing high above the forest, we have you covered at Blue!
Are you searching for that perfect summer retreat, but not sure where to go? Blue Mountain is widely known as the ski and snowboard capital of Ontario, and over the years has evolved into a true four-season destination with a wide selection of possibilities for your next summer vacation. Take a look at these highlights or visit www.bluemountain.ca for more information:
It’s a place for kids of all ages. Spend the morning on the waterslide and in the pools at Plunge! Aquatic Centre. Enjoy a scenic gondola ride and hike the peak of the mountain in the afternoon. The Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, Cascade Putting Course, pottery painting, and the new Woodlot Ropes Course are favourites for youngsters, and there are plenty of dinning and lodging options suited for families.
Need a little RRR (rest, relaxation and romance)? Blue Mountain is known as the perfect place to create memories with your significant other. Spa visits, wine tours, luxury accommodations, a variety of dining and culinary options will certainly fill your days. Add a little adventure by taking in the attractions and romance by spending the night out on the dock of the Mill Pond, watching picturesque fireworks under the stars.
This setting and location is popular as a girls’ retreat or guys’ getaway. Spas, yoga, recreational activities, dining and shopping for the girls; Monterra Golf, Timber Challenge Ropes Course, and mountain biking for the guys. Spend a day on the private beach along Georgian Bay and enjoy the Village in the evening, as the pubs, clubs and martini bar come alive.