There’s a reason why we’re known as Ontario’s favourite ski destination. We are the biggest public ski area in the province with 365 skiable acres, a 720 foot vertical, and 42 runs, 30 of which are lit for night skiing. With 7 chairlifts accessing everything from beginner trails and long cruisers, to gladed runs and steeps in the North, there’s a run for every visitor to Blue.
They say getting there is half the battle, in an effort to make getting to Blue Mountain a little easier, we have highlighted some recommended routes to help get you here. These routes may not be the fastest; however we feel that they are the simplest to follow. We have highlighted several key intersections from which you can travel.
Golf greens are lush and buds on fruit trees are showing their promise of upcoming harvests. It’s the ideal time to get away and spend some time with friends or family. Explore the area, plan a bachelor or bachelorette party, dust off the golf clubs or settle into a spa retreat. Sure, Mother Nature can be unpredictable, but escaping in Spring can be sensational.
Summer has a way of sneaking up on you and can quickly become a "blink and you'll miss it" season. This year, make the most of your summer days at Blue Mountain. From active families, to sun-seekers, to those in need of a little R&R, Blue has an adventure or activity for everyone. Check out one of our signature attractions and discover the thrill-seeker in you or spend the afternoon browsing the shops and events in our unique pedestrian Village. Whatever your preference, make time this season to welcome summer back to Blue.
The days are getting shorter and the kids are back to school. It may seem like summer is behind us, but at Blue Mountain, the fun continues and we look forward to the cooler days and spectacular colours to start blanketing the escarpment. Fall is the ideal time to travel for many reasons. Smaller crowds, unique local experiences and more value priced getaways to name a few.