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Blue Mountain Resort

100% Positive Reviews
Rated #2 in Ontario

 

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Trail Map
Trail Map
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Transportation
Transportation
AIR TRANSPORTATION

 

Toronto Pearson International Airport 

 

LOCAL TRANSPORTATION
 
 
 
 

Lodging
Lodging
 
Name Description Maximum Occupancy Price Range

Blue Mountain Resort 

 

The resort offers hotel rooms, suites and 1 to 4 bedroom condominium units.  Amenities vary by property. 

Extra person charges may apply 

$154 and up 

 

 

     
       
       
       

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Dining

 

C&A Steak Company 

 

Copper Blues Bar & Grill

 

Windy O'Neill's

 

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SERVICES

 

2010 - 2011 Rental Equipment Rates


2010 - 2011 Lesson Rates
 

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Blue Mountain Resort
Description:

11 miles west of Collingwood, you will stumble upon Ontario's largest mountain resort with the highest vertical. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner is offered at the Pottery Dining Room, or you can try out the Southwestern fare at Monterra Bar and Grill. Blue Mountain offers a winter full of options with other activities than skiing including: off-hill excursions, and skating (indoor or outdoor). Want to get out of the cold? Check out Blue Mountain's indoor paintball, indoor golf simulator, bowling, and spa services.

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Posted

Pros: Many runs

Cons: Overcrowding on weekends

A good of amount of terrain to ski on.  Mostly blue and black runs. Runs are wide and grooming is excellent.   6 person lifts are fast.  

 

The hill is overcrowded on weekends - no point of going during the day on Saturday/Sunday unless you like waiting in line, however, this is an issue with all hills in Ontario.  It is better to go night-skiing due to shorter wait time.  However, majority of the black runs on the north end of the resort are closed during night skiiing.  Weekday skiing is excellent - no crowds.  Limited glade skiing.

 

Pubs/restaurants/shops just below the hill gives the feeling of a mountain village.

 

Season passes, especially the night pass (Sunday-Friday) or 5x7 pass (Monday-Friday full days, Saturday-Sunday evenings) is an excellent value for the money.

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