You’ve heard that the skiing is amazing, but did you know about all of the other just as amazing Blue Mountain Attractions? From family fun activities such as the Plunge Aquatic Centre or the Scenic Caves, to athletic adventures like Timber Challenge rope course or Segway Mountain tours, you are sure to find lots to do in Blue Mountain. There’s even a wide range of more relaxing pastimes, like visiting a vineyard or shopping in the Blue Mountain Village. If you are looking for the best accommodations while visiting the area, contact Blue Mountain Lodges.

 

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Outdoor and Athletic Activities

 

Blue Mountain Resort Skiing -108 Jozo Weider Blvd., Blue Mountains

Blue Mountain is best known for its amazing skiing. With thirty-four trails, ranging from beginner to double black diamond, reaching 720 vertical feet, Blue Mountain Resort is Ontario’s premier skiing destination. If you like making the most of every skiing hour, there are 22 trails and 10 lifts lit up for night skiing. If you want to improve, there are 300 pros ready to help you.

Prices: Adult Day Pass: $70; Youth/Senior Day Pass: $53
Ideal for: Families

 

Timber Challenge – 108 Jozo Weider Blvd., Blue Mountains

If you are looking for the ultimate aerial adventure, try the new Timber Challenge High Ropes course. The course features over 75 aerial elements with suspension bridges, ladders, cargo nets, zip lines, multi-line traverse and much more. You will move through the course from tree to tree suspended 60 feet above the forest floor. There are 7 courses ranging in difficulty from beginner to expert.

Price: Youth $48 for up to 3 hours, Adult $63 for up to 3 hours
Ideal for: Youth and Adults

 

Mountaintop Segway Tours – 108 Jozo Weider Blvd., Blue Mountains

For a scenic, off-road trek along the edge of the Niagara Escarpment, check out Mountaintop Segway Tours. Never operated a Segway before? Don’t worry; a trained tour guide will teach you how to expertly maneuver your own state-of-the-art, “two-wheeled” transport through unforgettable scenery along the peak of the mountain. You’ll even be treated to an open-air gondola ride to the top of the escarpment where you will begin your tour.

Prices: Adults (16 or older) $63 for one and a half hours or $42 for one hour
Ideal for: 16 and older

 

Attractions for Family Fun

 

Ridge Runner – 108 Jozo Weider Blvd., Blue Mountains

The Ridge Runner is a unique mountain coaster puts you in control as you can adjust your speed down the beautiful Niagara Escarpment. Take a leisurely journey down while enjoying the gorgeous views of Georgian Bay or race your way to the bottom at speeds up to 42 km/h. It’s your choice. You can ride solo or with a companion as you slide over bumps, corkscrew through glades and weave your way through the trees all one to six metres off the ground. The coaster can also run during most weather conditions all year long, even during the winter.

Prices: Adults $16 per ride and Children $13
Ideal for: Families

 

Plunge Aquatic Centre – 220 Mountain Drive, Blue Mountains

Your family will love cooling off and playing at the Plunge Aquatic Centre. The Centre is a year-round water park that features indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs, rope swings, docks, an indoor water playground and lots of thrilling water slides. You and your family will be sure to have an amazing time.

Prices: Adults $16 for 3 hours, $29 for 1 day and $50 for 3 days; Children $13 for 3 hours, $23 for 1 day and $38 for 3 days
Ideal for: Families

 

Scenic Caves – 260 Scenic Caves Rd, Blue Mountains

Your whole family will be sure to enjoy a trip up the Escarpment to visit the Scenic Caves Nature Adventures. Follow the picturesque trails that lead to a series of naturally formed caves, walk across Ontario’s longest suspension footbridges, take a Treetop Eco-tour, try your hand at zip lining and do some Gemstone mining all while you are there.

Prices: Admission to the caves – Adults $24.33, Seniors $21.90, Children 3-17 $21.90 Click here for special package pricing when you add on one of the additional attractions such as ziplining
Ideal for: Families

 

Attractions For a More Relaxing Day

 

Georgian Hills Vineyard – 496350 Grey Road 2, Blue Mountains

If you enjoy a good wine, you love Georgian Hills Vineyard http://www.georgianhillsvineyards.ca/. Come and sample some of the distinctive local wines made from grapes which grow on the hills overlooking Georgian Bay. You can learn about which foods go best with which wines and why. You can choose from two different wine with food tasting experiences: Perfect Pairing or Winter Sweet Wine.

Prices: Saturday Perfect Pairing $20; Wednesday to Sunday Winter Sweet Wines $15
Ideal for: Adults only

 

The Farmers Pantry – 788030 Grey Road 13, Clarksburg

Come and visit the Farmers Pantry – the largest working orchards in the region. Choose from a wide selection of in-season fruits and vegetables, market jams, preserves, honey, maple syrup, cider, baked goods, premium meats, giftware and more. You can even pick your own apples and veggies if you like. Your children will enjoy a trip to the Farmer’s Fun Fields which include the mini putt course, rope maze and cedar maze. Be sure and check out the friendly farm animals before you leave.

Price: Farmer’s Fun Fields – $7 per person; $25 for 2 adults and 2 children
Ideal for: Families

 

Scandinave Spa – 152 Grey Rd. 21, Blue Mountains

After a day on the slopes, wind down at Scandinave Spa where you enjoy the Finnish Sauna, Norwegian Steam Bath, Thermal & Nordic Waterfall or the hot baths and cold plunges. To finish off your time there, relax for a while at the Solaria, relaxation areas or outdoor fireplaces.

Prices: Scandinavian Baths Access – Adults only, $55 or just $45 on Wednesdays
Ideal for: Adults only

 

Blue Mountain Village – 108 Jozo Weider Blvd, Blue Mountains

The Blue Mountain Village is beautifully nestled at the foot of the Blue Mountain slopes where there is always something to see or do. Go shopping in one of the many quaint boutiques, enjoy a gourmet meal in one of the delicious restaurants, or take a romantic ride through the cobblestone streets on a horse-drawn carriage. You can also often enjoy buskers, concerts or other events beside the fire pit in the village.

Price: Free, but you will definitely find something to spend your money on there.
Ideal for: Families

 

Stay at Blue Mountain Lodges when You Are Enjoying the Blue Mountain Attractions

Blue Mountain Lodges offers you the wide variety of affordable and fully furnished vacation rentals to suit any sized family or budget while enjoying the Blue Mountain Attractions. Take your pick from over 150 beautiful and spacious lodging options in a wide selection of sizes and unique layouts including:

Our chalets and condos offer you more square footage than similar lodgings in the Blue Mountain Village. If you are looking for the most space for your money, book one of our 3,000 to 7,000 square foot rentals. All of our rentals are pet-friendly so you can bring every member of your family with you. Contact us today to book your next memorable vacation.