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Your guide to The Blue Mountains
All About The Blue Mountains
Nestled along the rugged shores and crystal-clear waters of Ontario’s Georgian Bay, The Blue Mountains is a picturesque destination for families, outdoor enthusiasts, couples, and solo travelers. No matter the season, you’ll have plenty of activities to choose from throughout your trip. You can tackle the slopes of Blue Mountain on skis or a snowboard, and in summer test your putting skills on an extravagant mini-putt course or fly through the trees on a zip line.
Cobblestoned streets line the pedestrian village with turn-of-the-century Ontario architecture. Stay close to the action in the heart of the village in one of the Blue Mountain chalets inspired by Canadian cottage country. While in town, stop in one of the local boutiques, coffee shops, and restaurants. An incredible nature retreat, the Blue Mountains have a little something for everyone.
The best time to stay in a vacation rental in The Blue Mountains
The best time to visit The Blue Mountains is summer, from June to August. Comfortable weather with high temperatures and low rainfall makes it ideal for enjoying the many outdoor activities in the area. Enjoy live music from award-winning and local talent at one of three stages around the village. While winter can be too cold for some, skiers and snowboarders will enjoy the slopes this time of year. March to May can see cool temperatures, making spring the perfect time for a much-needed self-care vacation to enjoy a spa treatment. Locals don’t let the rain and snow stop them from flocking to the Blue Mountains Apple Harvest Festival. Every October, the Blue Mountain Village hosts free family activities, live music, scavenger hunts, and pie tastings.
Top things to do in The Blue Mountains
Not for the meek, the Summit 700 is an epic trail and mountain running experience over the course of a weekend in September. Traversing through the Blue Mountains’ challenging terrain, you’ll tackle multiple courses with a 700-foot ascent of the Niagara Escarpment. Earn bragging rights as you climb up and down forest trails, hop on rocks, and cross creeks.
One of Blue Mountains’ most extraordinary experiences begins with a stunning walk across a 420-foot suspension bridge. From 82 feet in the air, you have a birds-eye-view of Georgian Bay. Ziplines and wooden planks guide you to the scenic caves. Explore the self-guided caves set in one of Canada’s six UNESCO biosphere reserves. The historic caves took millions of years to form and play an essential part in the history of the area’s indigenous people.
Apple Pie Trail
Hop in your car and enjoy a road trip around the surrounding towns and villages along the Apple Pie Trail. Inspired by South Georgian Bay’s apple-growing history, the trail is a culinary adventure that stretches from Collingwood to Meaford with dozens of restaurants and boutiques along the way. Explore the many orchards, breweries, and apple-inspired art around The Blue Mountains. Stop by the farmers markets along the trail to stock up on local favorites for the drive back to your chalet or cabin.