Location

The Blue Mountains, ON

Closest Airport

Toronto, ON

Blue Mountain, the province’s true four-season destination resort, is so named for the blue clay that comprises its foundation. Makes good sense, really, because given the wide, snow- and dirt-covered smiles you’ll see on its patrons, “blue” clearly doesn’t imply “sad.”

70
Lift Ticket Cost (2018)
42
Runs
16
Lifts
364
Terrain
220
Vertical
250
Annual Snowfall

If we’re talking colour though, the vistas of Lake Huron’s cobalt waters force a pause when the lifts deposit you at the top with your equipment—camera, downhill bike, skis, board, or otherwise.

It’s a short pause, then down to business, dealer’s choice: from the steeps of adrenalin-inducing Little Devil off the Weider Express to mellow turns on cruisy Juicer in the Orchard’s southern stretch, and every turn, kicker, and glade in-between.

If you don’t have time to pack a lunch, no worries; the lively pedestrian village serves as a launching point at the mountain’s base and hosts a number of diverse cuisines with breakfast, lunch, snack, more snacks, and dinner options, as well as various watering holes for your après pint-swilling pleasure. Keep your toque on to wrap your mitts around a classic Canadian Caesar amidst the live music at Jozo’s to even your keel (more than one to uneven it). Mere minutes from the town of Collingwood and a two-hour’s drive from Toronto’s downtown, part of Blue’s appeal to nine-to-fivers and adventurous families is its close proximity, as well as the balance struck between its legacy as a world-class ski and snowboard site and the gamut of other activities on offer. Family-friendly at its finest.

Resort Contact Information

Phone Number

Please contact the resort at 1-877-445-0231.

Physical Address

108 Jozo Weider Blvd.
The Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 3Z2
Canada

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