Ski and Snowboard at Blue Mountain Resort

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The definitive winter escape, Blue Mountain is a 4-season resort offering recreation, lodging, festivals and events. With a vertical of 720 feet (or 220 metres), Blue is action packed with 42 trails ranging from beginner to double black diamond, 2 terrain parks, 1 superpipe, and 13 lifts, including 5 magic carpets and 5 high-speed express chairs to move you uphill fast. 



Cross Country Ski

Scenic Caves Nordic Centre
Enjoy 27 km of professionally groomed trails, classic and skate skiing high atop the Niagara Escarpment. Snowshoe 10 km of dedicated snowshoe trails, one of which crosses southern Ontario's longest Suspension Bridge. Reserve a guided night snowshoe hike. Warm-up cabin, waxing facilities, equipment rentals, lessons, and food service available.
Highlands Nordic 
Located on the Niagara Escarpment, Highlands Nordic hosts amazing views of Georgian Bay and bountiful nature. Enjoy 25 km of ski trails (for both classic and skate) and 8 km of snowshoe trails. The Highlands 8000 square foot lodge is complete with cafeteria, meeting rooms, pro-shop, and rental shop offering a full size range of boots, skis, and poles, for both classic skiing and skate skiing.
Wasaga Nordic 
The Dunes of Wasaga Beach Provincial Park is a spectacular 800 hectare backdrop to 30 km of cross-country ski trails and an 8 km skate skiing trail. Enjoy a forest of oaks and towering pines and see the birds and mammals on groomed and track set trails. The Nordic Centre is equipped with washrooms, a snack bar and a fireplace. Modern ski and snowshoe equipment is available to rent.


Collingwood and The Blue Mountains encompasses a vast system of wilderness trails, footpaths, and "rail to trails" that wind their way through diverse landscapes along the Niagara Escarpment, along Georgian Bay, through historic Collingwood and the beautiful Blue Mountains. 

Hike through crevices and caves that surround the popular Metcalfe Rock climbing area. Access is easy and a parking lot is just off the road. We recommend using Free Spirit Tours who offer guided tours for climbing and caving in this area.


Ontario has the world’s largest inter-connected snowmobile trail system with more than 34,262 km of trails. Bring your sled and your family and head out on the many kilometres of groomed and well-marked trails in the Blue Mountain area. Our region includes two Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) Districts, Districts 9 and 8. Ontario law requires every recreational
sled entering an OFSC Prescribed Trail to have and display a valid snowmobile trail permit. 

Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain

Renowned for their energizing and relaxing properties, the Scandinavian Baths cleanse the skin, improve physical conditioning and promote a sense of well-being. The award-winning Scandinave Spa is open daily in any weather – rain, sun or snow!  Try the Finnish sauna, eucaplyptus steam bath, thermal and Nordic waterfalls, hot baths and cold plunges.  Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain also offers memberships, yoga classes and an on-site bistro serving healthy local fare.

Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster

Ontario’s first mountain coaster offers an exciting downhill adventure at Blue Mountain. Ridge Runner takes riders on an exhilarating coaster experience as it twists and turns 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) down the mountain through varied terrain. Riders control their own speeds—up to 42 km/h (26 mph).

Hike 'N Tube 

Hike N' Tube at Blue Mountain Resort is the perfect place for families with young children to get a taste of downhill without the speed and equipment associated with skiing and snowboarding.  Suitable for riders as young as three, Hike N’ Tube ensures there’s a cold weather activity for Winter Warriors of every age and level of ability.

Winter Caving

A unique winter experience on the Niagara Escarpment awaits. Strap on some snowshoes and head out through the forest to hike through the beautiful snow covered woods and creeks. Make your way to explore some of the Niagara Escarpment’s uniquely formed caves. Once at the caves, crawl and climb and experience a whole different world underground.  Don’t worry if you’ve never snowshoed or caved before, your guide from Free Spirit Tours will teach you everything you need to know.

Hummer and Snowshoe Tours

Gather family, friends or co-workers to take in all that nature's wintery side has to offer. Shuttle up the mountain “military style” in the H1 Hummer, strap on a pair of snowshoes, and after brief instruction from your guide, enjoy the sights and sounds of the area’s finest trails and gorgeous view of Georgian Bay from the highest elevation along the Niagara Escarpment. Learn the history of the aboriginal peoples that inhabited this land. At the end of your 1 1/2 – 2 hour jaunt through the woods, enjoy a hot apple cider back at the Hummer before returning to civilization.

Outdoor Ice Skating

Affordable, easy to learn and so much fun, ice skating guarantees to put some major laughter on your winter break. Collingwood's outdoor skating rink is open for free skating throughout the winter.  Blue Mountain Resort’s old-fashioned Mill Pond, located in the centre of the Village, is also open for skating during the winter season.

Fat Biking

Get back on the bike this winter and try riding a Fat Bike. Nothing beats the calm serenity of riding through a silent forest and only hearing the sound of the snow crackling beneath your tires. Fat biking is a totally unique riding experience. Ride Guides offers fat bike tours on Collingwood trails, Highlands Nordic trails and a Northwinds Brewhouse ride with a beer and hot pretzels finish.
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