Ski Blue Mountain Ski Collingwood
Blue Mountain Collingwood, Ontario is truly a four season
playground. Partake in all that Blue Mountain has to offer. Enjoy snowboarding,
alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, sleigh
rides, snow tubing, and so much more!
We cant forget about Après Skiing! Most units are a
short walk to Blue Mountain Resort and Intrawest Village. Blue Mountain
Chalets understands our guests our guests are here to enjoy all the Georgian
Triangle has to offer. Our goal is to provide that extra bit. We have negotiated
exclusive offers for our guests to ski Collingwood that include everything
from discounted rentals, tune up and food.
The best perk we offer is for our skiers and snow boarders.
We hear all the time that Alpine skiers and snowboarders spend too much
time waiting for lift tickets. Weve solved that! The fun of skiing isnt
waiting in line for your pass! So why do it? We sell ski tickets at Blue
Mountain Chalets. Tickets for day and afternoon skiing can be purchased
from 7:30am onwards.
Blue Mountain Chalets can offer guests a Blue Mountain
skiing experience that is second to none. Blue Mountain Resort features
3 base lodges, 34 trails, 12 lifts - including 3 six pack speed chairs and
a quad lift, 3 half pipes 3 terrain parks, 2 beginner areas, and state of
the art snowmaking.
Blue Mountain Resort features discounted lift tickets
on a regular basis. Blue Mountain Chalets Website allows you to monitor
the ski ticket sell offs while planning your Blue Mountain getaway.
Blue Mountain Resort runs a variety of ski programs
that cater to both beginner and novice Skiers and Snowboarders. Programs
run daily for both children and adults. The instructors at Blue Mountain
are there to help. Group and private lessons are held hourly.
For Blue Mountain Chalets Guests that want to ride the
hills like the locals here is an inside tip. Badlands Terrain. Whether it's
snowboarding, free skiing or just hanging out with friends, Badlands Terrain
Park is your home base!
Badlands Terrain Park boasts not one but TWO
SUPER-PIPES and is serviced by its own chairlift which operates 7 days a
week. We are also home to some of the east coasts BEST rails. New
additions to the park include the monster rails from Coors Light Triple
Challenge Pro Rail Jam - a giant white high bar, a huge 35 foot flat box
and a massive swing set that has been dubbed EXPO.
These are just 3 of the many rails that
you can find in Badlands. In previous years, Blue's selection of HUGE boosters
brought some of Whistler's best park riders out to check out what the hype
was all about. A 70 foot Big Air jump was the biggest hit Blue Mountain
had ever seen and helped make the Big Air competition of the Coors Light
Triple Challenge an unbelievable success!
Named by SKIER (Snowboard Canada's free ski publication)
as a "Beast of the East. Badlands was also named 8th Best Terrain Park
in Eastern North America by Free Skier Magazine.
Being Ontarios largest ski Resort, Blue Mountain does
have a full time ski patrol. Blue Mountain ski patrol is the largest patrol
in Ontario and is made up of 200 people who come together to provide first
aid and rescue services for the ski resort.
They are volunteers and paid patrollers working throughout
the season from the opening run to the last in the evening to ensure the
safety of our guests.
Every patroller is trained in first aid and CPR and
undergoes on-hill training in areas such as lift evacuation, toboggan training
and accident site management. In addition to the training that all patrollers
must take, some have more advanced training ranging from oxygen therapy
to more advanced life saving techniques.
There is a lot to do in the Georgian Triangle! The accommodation
in Blue Mountain is only part of the draw. The activities are almost limitless.
Why not try Cross Country Skiing or Snow Shoeing? Beaver Valley
offers a variety of cross-country skiing on the Bruce trail and Georgian
Trail. There is also Duntroon Nordic Center.
For something a little more challenging try the Scenic
Caves Nordic Center Try trekking through the Scenic Caves or holding your
breath while gripping the handrails on Scenic Caves suspension foot bridge.
Towering 25 meters above a treed valley and 126 meters long, this bridge
really does give the feeling of being suspended in space!
Try Snowmobiling in the Georgian Triangle. Enjoy hundreds
of kilometers of Snowmobiling trails with spectacular scenery of the Niagara
Escarpment that stretches all the way to Collingwood, Wasaga Beach and Owen
Do you for prefer indoor skating or outdoor skating?
The choice is yours with both indoor and outdoor skating in the town of
Collingwood; Blue Mountain Chalets guests can Skate regardless of the weather.
The restaurants in the Village at Blue Mountain range
for Pub Fare to Fine Dinner. There are also favorites such as Pita Pit and
Wild Wing for a quick bite to Eat. or take a quick shuttle ride to The Springs
our signature Restaurant.
The Springs at Blue Mountain offers something for everyone.
Whether you are looking for homemade bowl of soup to warm you up a full
steak dinner we have what you are looking for. Open nightly through the
Winter season with innovative dinner specials each night.
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