Things to do during your March Break!

  • Dates: March 9th – March 17th
  • Location: Blue Mountain, Collingwood



Whether you are in Blue Mountain for the whole March break, or intend on a few nights here and there, we are here to assure you, Blue Mountain is the place to be this March. Snowfall is better than ever, there is plenty to do, and your accommodation options are plentiful. So bring the family, and let’s have some fun!!

Something for the kids

Photo Credit: @JulietLove


At Blue Mountain, there is always fun and adventure to be had and the best part is, there is something for all ages. This year, Blue Mountain Village has organised days of fun filled activities on and off the slopes.

Enjoy scavenger hunts, magic shows, music events and even an amazing village race.

View the full event schedule here. 


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With so many options it’s often hard to decide. During March break, it’s always important to book ahead of time, as family accommodation can be limited. Make sure you book your accommodation in close proximity to where you want to be.   For options on family friendly condos, click here . 

Cross Country Skiing

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Make the most of these cooler days by enjoying some time in nature. Visit one of Collingwoods most popular cross country trails, right at your doorstep, when you stay at Blue Mountain Lodges. With so many trails to choose from, Blue Mountain offers terrains ideal for both ski enthusiasts as well as beginners, and even kids.

Scenic Caves Nordic Center

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March is your last chance to enjoy the Nordic Center, so extra motivation to go. With cross-country trails, guided day and night snowshoe hikes, suspension bridges and educational classes, it’s a must-do at this time of year. Also they have some great group activities, so gather up some family friends, and get adventuring.

Free Spirit Tours

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Enhance your Blue Mountain experience with Free Spirit Tours. With Brewery tours, caving, snowshoe hiking, and wine tasting these are a full package day of fun, and a great way to meet new people, and get introduced to the area.

Skiing and snowboarding

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Ofcourse, our renowned ski spot brings people in from all over Ontario. Great news for you is March is said to be the best month of snowfall and conditions, meaning more fun for everyone.  So if you haven’t yet experienced Canada’s great combination of good snow and impressive terrain, uncrowded slopes, and a very laid-back culture, now is the time to do it!

Remember, March break gets busy, so make sure to pre-plan your trip. Also, read these blogs for more info and advice to prepare you for your March break ski trip.

Remember to book direct and get 10% off your accommodation. Book here today