Winter Fun Lives at Blue Mountain
Winter is upon us and with it comes a host of activities unique to Ontario’s snow-filled landscape. If you’re longing for the perfect winter getaway, look no further than Blue Mountain Resort. Here are just a few suggestions for how you can maximize your time at Blue.
Become a #winterwarrior
At Blue Mountain, Winter Warriors are always welcome. Whether you’re a tiny tot just getting your ski legs, or a seasoned pro, Warriors rule the slopes of Blue from opening day to spring thaw. With 42 trails, 30 of which are lit for night skiing, Blue Mountain is home to the most varied terrain in all of Ontario.
Skate the Mill Pond
A unique resort feature lies at the centre of the Blue Mountain Village — the Mill Pond skating rink. Spread over three acres, the outdoor rink offers natural ice and plenty of room to enjoy a game of shinny or a leisurely skate with the family.
Take a Plunge!
Visit Plunge! Aquatic Centre to relax and unwind after a day on the slopes. Take advantage of the heated indoor-outdoor pools and playground features such as waterslides and rope swings.
Ride the Ridge Runner
There’s nothing like flying down the escarpment in a four-wheeled cart, locked into more than one kilometre of twisting and turning track. Add the brisk winter air stinging your cheeks, and you’ve got all the exhilaration of downhill skiing or snowboarding without needing any of the equipment!
Snag Some Snowshoes
For those who prefer to climb up Blue Mountain rather than slide down it, the Columbia Guided Snowshoe Hike offers the perfect opportunity to explore Blue’s hiking trails during the winter months.
Don’t hesitate to enjoy the wonders of Ontario’s winter season at Blue Mountain. Keep an eye on Blue’s Winter Hot Deals and join the mailing list by visiting BlueMountain.ca/lodging_specials.htm — to help you save on your stay and get your family hitting the slopes for less!