Whether you are part of a pre-wedding celebration, a mother-daughter escape or simply some time away with friends, there's nothing quite like sharing experiences with the important women in your life.

Where to Stay

Whether travelling as a duo or a group, these rooms have the views.

Day 1: Play All Day

Kick off the fun with some adventure time! Whether you want to compete or just soak up the fresh air and Instagram worthy views, Play All Day and enjoy a night in the Village.

A woman wearing a helmet and harness joyfully zip lining against a clear blue sky.
Grab a Play All Day ticket and track down the thrills in the Adventure Park. The best way to get your blood pumping is with a ride on the Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster. See who is your group has the need for speed, and who decides it’s slow and steady with this 1km track and cart hitting up to 42km/h. If you're group is looking for even more fun, test your balance on Timber Challenge High Ropes and zip back to the base with Wind Rider Triple Zips.
A smiling woman in a hat with a backpack looking at her friend while hiking in a forest.
Take in the mountain air with a trip up to the top of the Escarpment on the Open-Air Gondola. Pre-book a Mountaintop Segway Tour for an experience that not only offers great views of Georgian Bay but also plenty of Instagram-able moments. Continue building the photo album with a hike on one of the Mountaintop trails
Sticks & Stones provides one of the more exclusive views on the escarpment just a short hike from the top of the Gondola. Cascade will get you closest to a waterfall and a hike down the trail will also take you over the Columbia Rainbow Bridge.

Three women walking on a sunny street, holding shopping bags and coffee cups, dressed in casual summer attire.
Take a walk through the Blue Mountain Village in the afternoon with plenty of great stores to hit up. Shop sportswear at Columbia, The North Face, Burton, and Roots, plus find home goods and decor, art, kids clothing, and more. Stop in at Activity Central to shop Red Devil for more great brands including Arc'teryx, Fjallraven, Blundstone, Salomon, Merrell, and Bogner. To take home a piece of Blue, shop Blue Mountain Supply Co. the official logo wear store, just across from Starbucks.
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When it's time for dinner, enjoy a unique and Instagram-able meal at Twist Kitchen & Cocktail. Enjoy French influenced fare, aprés snacks, and casual dining, an extensive martini, signature cocktail and wine list served in whimsical dinning room or on the patio.
Four women laughing and dancing joyfully together in a bar with a warm, ambient atmosphere.
The Nightlife
Blue Mountain Village has enough bars and nightlife venues to keep you entertained into the wee hours. Live music and DJ’s can be found at numerous bars in the Village, head over to Axed for some competitive axe throwing or check out the party at Kaytoo or Jozo's in the Blue Mountain Inn.

Day 2: Wine & Dine

Explore Grey County’s emerging wineries with a vineyard tour or tasting. Winter-hardy and hybrid varieties of grapes allow regional vintners to take advantage of the Georgian Bay climate and produce innovative wines. Finish the day at the Resort with a trip to the spa and classic Mediterranean dinner.

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When you return to the Resort there's plenty of time for an afternoon hike or dip in the pool before dinner. For a pampering afternoon, take a short trip up the road to Scandinave Nordic Spa for a thermal bath experience or massage or a few steps across the Blue Mountain Village for a manicure, lash lift or blow out at Beauty Bar by Iwa.
A pizza with basil and cheese toppings baking in a wood-fired oven, with visible flames on the side. A pizza with basil and cheese toppings baking in a wood-fired oven, with visible flames on the side.
When everyone is ready to dig in, Magnone’s serves up classic Italian fare including stone-baked and wood-fired thin crust pizzas, saucy, protein-loaded pastas, and delicious salads and starters. If the other side of the Adriatic is calling, enjoy the Greek experience at Tholos with plenty of seafood, phyllo, olives, and feta.
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Snacks for the Room
If you're looking for something sweet to finish the night, The Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, located in the Blue Mountain Village, stocks freshly made fudge, squares, and chocolates. If something sour is more your style, find specialty and bulk candy at The Happy Valley Candy Co. and if you're in the mood for a chill, pick up a cone or cup at Chill Seeker in Grand Central Lodge. For salty, cereal, and all other grocery needs, the Village Market has it stocked.

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