As one of the go-to weekend break destinations for Toronto city dwellers, there are always a lot of activities on offer and at weekends and holidays expect live music and a celebratory atmosphere. If you prefer to dodge the crowds try the quieter midweek period (perhaps after a weekend in Toronto); although there are plenty of mountain trails for everyone.
The Westin Trillium House is a luxurious base for a stay at Blue Mountain with a scenic outlook over the Mill Pond and the mountains. A lovely outdoor pool with loungers on the deck is open year round and has a large hot tub to relax in after your days’ activity plus next door is the village’s heated aquatic centre, open for swimming year round with indoor and outdoor pools and slides and rope swings for the kids. Summer visitors can enjoy a mountain roller coaster for a thrill ride with incredible views or the more leisurely open-air gondola ride as well as excellent walking and cycling trails; ten minutes’ drive brings you to the shores of the Great Lake at Georgian Bay where you will find the Blue Mountain Beach Club, a perfect spot to try your hand at paddling a canoe or paddleboard, build a sandcastle, relax with an ice cream or even a cocktail.
The popularity for weekend getaways has led to a thriving spa scene too and adults’ only Scandinave Spa™ Blue Mountain is a few minutes’ drive away and worth a visit for a mountainside Scandinavian style outdoor bathing experience that will soothe any aching muscles. Alternatively award winning IWA (Inspire Wellness Always) spa in the village has speciality warm yoga in the volcanic rock.
Read our guide to Blue Mountain Village, Ontario's largest mountain holiday resort.
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