Your friends are getting married in the beautiful Blue Mountain region, and you’ll be attending the wedding as a guest. Whether you are coming solo or with a group , Blue Mountain has a variety of activities, accommodations and attractions to ensure you make the most of your stay while in the area. Blue Mountain Lodges has compiled a list of must-do’s and
First things first, when it comes to accommodation we encourage you to book in advance. This will guarantee a comfortable stay, at the price point and location you want. If you don’t intent to rent transport, it’s important your location is close enough to the venue and also centralized to restaurants and entertainment. Blue Mountain has great accommodation options for every budget and size group, read here for some options. Also, if you book through this link, you will get 10% off your booking rate!
Blue Mountain is full of great dine-in or eat-out food options, with a range in price and variety. Rather than some up all the eating options in the area, we did a survey to rank the most popular among our fans. Here are the recommendations for every Blue Mountain wedding guest.
Things to do:
Most Blue Mountain wedding guests will extend their stay, and plan to come before or stay after the big event. This way, you get the most out of your stay, and you can make a mini getaway out of the occasion. Blue Mountain is rich in natural resources, but also great for site seeing, activities and even relaxation. Depending on what you’re looking for, there is always something to do in the area. Here are some things that could interest you:
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- For the nature enthusiast: Bucket List For The Nature Enthusiast
When is the best time to visit?
The answer is always! Blue Mountain is a 4 season destination. From world class skiing in the winter, to bike trails, and river fun in the summer – there is always something to do. Here is an interesting read of when and why to visit Blue Mountain by the seasons.