Collingwood in the springtime! Yes, it’s that time of year again. Our all year vacation resort town is ready for the transition …hiking, bird watching and so much more!
Book a weekend away and discover Collingwood!
Easter Long Weekend
Horse and Wagon Rides
Village Scavenger Hunt
Date: March 30-April 1
Location: The Village
This one bedroom loft sleeps up to nine guests. A great location … close to Blue Mountain and the Village. Click for more details and to book.
An exciting week on and off the slopes:
Date: March 9-15
Location: Blue Mountain
At this time of year, many Ontarians are thinking about travel. But getting away is supposed to relieve stress, not cause it. We’ve all heard stories of folks showing up at a hotel and finding out their all-inclusive vacation doesn’t “include” what they’ve been promised… or worse, tales of travellers arriving at an exotic destination only to discover that due to their agent’s bankruptcy, they have to dig into their wallets again just to get back home. Not exactly a great way to relax! (more…)
This beautifully decorated studio has an incredible view of the north ski slopes at Blue Mountain. Click for more details and to book.
Volcom Stone’s Peanut Butter and Rail Jam
Over 150 riders converge at Blue Mountain for the 10th annual Volcom Stone’s Peanut Butter and Rail Jam. The popular full day event takes place at Blue Mountain.
Date: Sat. Feb. 9, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Molson Canadian LIVE @ South Base Lodge – KC Jones
Live music by KC Jones this week , lots of giveaways from Molson Canadian
Location: South Base Lodge
Date: Every Saturday, 2:30 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Situated on the Monterra Golf course, this three bedroom, two storey condo is a stones throw away from lift access to Blue. Click for more details and to book.
This is for those new to the sport of skiing or snowboarding…a few things to keep in mind as you get your gear ready for some winter outdoor fun!
1. If you wear prescription eyeglasses, you will have to find goggles that fit over them if you have to use them to ski. There are two designs, the regular size which is smaller and the over size that accommodates for eyeglasses.
2. Try goggles on with a helmet: Test to make sure they fit comfortably on your helmet, as well as when pulled down so they are not too loose or tight on your face. Make sure the strap has enough “give” to make adjustments.
3.Tinted: As with sunglasses, goggles have tints that vary. Yellow/brown tints usually work well at varying degrees of sunlight. However, you may want to try on the various tints to find what works the best for you.
4. Test outside store in natural sunlight so you know what tint works for you.
5. Make sure they feel comfortable.