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Friday, April 18, 2014 3:31 PM
Status:Open
Average Base:70 cm
Snow Conditions:Machine Groomed Granular
New Snow:0cm
Snow Making:No
Day Lifts Open:5 of 15
Day Trails Open:18 of 42
Day Activities Open:2 of 3
Day Freestyle Open:2 of 3
Night Lifts Open:N/A
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Why Blue?

2014/15 Season Passes
There’s more to love at Blue Mountain during the winter season! The expansion at the southern end of the resort, affectionately known as The Orchard, adds the equivalent of another resort to our existing terrain. Our trail count tops out at 42 (that’s 6 more than last year) and the new terrain appeals to all abilities. So whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned veteran, you’ll discover something new this winter at your favourite mountain resort!

»Beyond the slopes

»More terrain

»When Blue goes black

»Expand your horizons

»Save on skiing & snowboarding



Why Blue Apres

Beyond the Slopes


A visit to Blue Mountain this winter is not complete without a trip through our quaint pedestrian Village, nestled at the base of our central slopes. Not a skier? Not a problem! Activities at Blue Mountain appeal to non-skiers too – take a trip on Ridge Runner, our year-round mountain coaster, or slow things down with a skate on the Mill Pond. After an eventful day, unwind with a classic winter pastime: après. Whether it’s dinner and drinks in the Village or snuggled up by the fire in your own private suite, indulge in après, your way.

More terrain


The long-awaited Orchard Expansion becomes a reality this winter! Celebrate on 64 acres of new terrain including Ontario’s longest beginner run, clocking in at 1.6km. A brand new six-person high-speed chairlift will maximize your time on six new trails during the day and night. The addition of our state-of-the-art snowmaking system will keep conditions pristine even when the weather isn’t ideal. The Orchard solidifies Blue’s status as the largest ski resort in Ontario and we invite you to experience it this winter.
Why Blue Expansion

Night Pass

When Blue goes black


Skiing and riding under the lights is a unique winter experience best enjoyed on the most lit trails with the most lifts. Blue Mountain offers a total of 31 runs at night (six more than last year) serviced by 12 lifts. Plus with a Season Pass suited to those that just want to ski and ride after dark and special lift ticket rates, it’s easy and affordable to access the slopes at night.

Expand your horizons


Discovering a new sport at any age has never been easier. Blue Mountain boasts six green trails including the longest beginner trail in Ontario making your transition to skiing or snowboarding manageable and fun. Our Snow School programs are suited to all abilities and ages from terrain-based teaching at the Riglet Park for mini snowboarders as young as 2 to our popular Discover Skiing and Snowboarding circuit designed for learning at your own pace. We provide all the tools you need to succeed on the slopes so that all you need to bring is determination and an open mind. The rewards of learning something new or upgrading your skills will be reaped even after you’ve left the hill.
Why Blue Snow School

Season Pass

Save on skiing & snowboarding


Maximize your experience at Blue Mountain this winter with a Season Pass. The savings in your wallet, easy access to the slopes and Passholder benefits are well worth the commitment. Our Season Pass selection provides something for every interest and budget.

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