Today we’re heading back to Blue Mountain, Ontario – this time, for a winter adventure! Here are a few things you can plan to do on your trip to Blue.
Ski/Snowboard Lesson Blue Mountain has a ton of instructors to book a lesson with. Our instructor, Joel, was awesome (and patient)!
Bullwheel Pub: a great new spot in the South Base Lodge to enjoy Canadian comfort food, beverages, and entertainment on the weekends.
Blue Mountain Village: where you’ll find a mix of different shops, restaurants, cafes & activities. You’ll never have to travel very far because the village has everything you need all in one place! Royal Majesty Espresso Bar Bakery is a hip spot worth checking out for doughnuts, Canadian pastries, and some impressive hot drinks!
Iwa Spa: the perfect place to relax after a morning of strenuous physical activity – or shopping 😉 They’ve also got rooms for solo and couple massages, and all the other treatments that you’d expect at a full-service spa, but what really sets Iwa Spa apart is Gambanyoku: a volcanic rock sauna with a stone floor that’s heated to 40+ degrees Celsius. It’s healing, restorative, and a great way to unwind.
The Pottery Restaurant: a place to taste the flavours and harvests of the Georgian Bay region. Needless to say, it was delicious – though a highlight was the backed cheesecake with roasted spiced apples and Jack Daniel’s caramel sauce.
Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain: fresh & comfortable lodging, with an impressive outdoor pool and hot tub. My favourite resort hotel in Blue Mountain!
As always, Blue Mountain is the perfect getaway, and it’s only two hours away from Toronto! So if you’ve got a chance, you should definitely go and #LiveItOutside!
Visiting during the summer? There’s stuff to do at Blue all year round!