Blue Mountain is known for it’s diversity. From change in seasons, to the countless attractions and activities in the area, there really is something for everyone. When it comes to short getaways, it may be overwhelming to decide on what to do. If your’e up for a challenge, here is a 48 hours in Blue Mountain to-do list. Try tick off at least one activity under each of the headings, and you would have created a true Blue Mountain experience.
Experience the natural beauty
Blue Mountain has endless amounts of outdoor activities and adventures for the whole family. From skiing in winter, to beautiful summer hikes and bike trails in the warmer months. Even if you only have 48 hours to enjoy Blue Mountain, make sure to experience the true beauty of the area, and get out in nature.
- Mountain Biking
- E-bike Tours
- Exploring the Georgian Trail
- The Scenic Caves
- The Apple Pie Trail
For more ideas on getting out in nature, read our Collingwood Bucketlist for the Nature Enthusiast
Relax at a spa
Seaweed wraps and caviar facials may be totally foreign to you, but if you’re in the area, we highly recommend you pop into one of our world renowned spas. You can enjoy anything from a day pass of relaxation hot tubs, to saunas and therapeutic yoga. No matter what you sign yourself up for, you’re are guaranteed to come out rejuvenated. Here are some popular spa options:
- The Spa at Georgian
- Kalola Spa
- Scandanave Spa
- Iwa Spa
- Ms.Tique The European Spa
For more information on spas and packages, here is a post for you.
Get out of your comfort zone
Can we convince you to get out of your comfort zone? It’s often difficult, but it’s almost always rewarding. Face your fear of heights, tackle nature, endure the slopes. There are so many things to do in the area, tick something off your list you never imagined yourself signing up for. Your 48 hours in Blue Mountain should definitely include one of the following:
- The ridge runner mountain coaster
- Timber Challenge
- Mountaintop Segway Tours
- Plunge Aquatic center
- Scenic Caves
Looking for more ways you can get out of your comfort zone in Blue, here are the Top 10 Attractions.
Eat something great
Well of course when you spend 48 hours in Blue Mountain you have to enjoy a great culinary experience. Call up the baby sitter, dress yourself up, and head out for a night of cocktails and good food. If you haven’t yet, read our blog posts of our guests most popular dinner choices in the Blue Mountain.
Blue Mountain Village
This one comes as no surprise really. You cant visit this little town without a good explore of our wonderful village. Brought to life by the buzzing foot traffic, great restaurants, and many events, the village is often described as the heart of Blue Mountain. Make sure to check their site for any events and activities they may be hosting. During holidays and long weekends they often have a calendar of child friendly activities for the whole family to partake in.
Remember your Blue Mountain experience can be made or break by your accommodation, and its location. Make sure you are staying close to the activities you would like to enjoy. Our interactive map can help you decide on where you would like to stay. Also, you receive 10% off your accommodation rate through this link: Click Here.