|Blue Mountain village|
Over the last several years, Blue Mountain has transformed itself into a year round destination. Central to our accommodations, we could see the down hill ski trails and lifts, which in the summer time are hiking and bike trails. One of the ski lifts has been changed over to an open air gondola, running up the mountain, where you can view the most amazing outlooks.
|The view from our balcony. Matthew loved seeing a mountain bike come down the path|
Some of the adventure activities for guests to enjoy are, Cascade Putting Course, Mountaintop Segway Tours, Woodlot Low Ropes, and Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster. Opening soon is the all new Wind Ride Triple Zips. In the center of the village is a lake where people can paddle boat or catch and release fish.
My children absolutely loved the Ride Runner Mountain Coaster, in fact they waited in line to ride it a couple of times. They checked out the Rope courses, but didn't feel confident enough to give them a try. Instead, we visited Crock A Doodle Pottery, found within the village.
We were treated to some delicious meals while we were visiting. We really enjoyed the hustle and bustle of the Firehouse Pizza Co., located right in the heart of Blue Mountain village. Our second supper was at The Pottery Restaurant, which isn't in the village. The resort provided a convenient shuttle bus to take us over and back. The Pottery Restaurant had a quiet low key atmosphere, which was welcome after a busy day.
|Pull up a Muskoka chair and enjoy the evening|
Any person, young or old can easily lose themselves at Blue Mountain Village. There is so much to see and do - if you want to play and find adventure, there are lots of choices. If relaxing is on your agenda, you've found the place. The atmosphere and scenery is perfect for whatever you may chose.
Stay tuned, I have lots more to share about our trip to Blue Mountain, including a reveal of our wonderful hotel room at The Westin Trillium House, and an outing to the Scenic Caves.
Disclaimer: My family was provided with a complimentary trip to Blue Mountain. All opinions expressed are those of the blog author.