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Blue Mountain Village, Blue Mountains

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Fun & Games Beach / Pool Club
Enjoy the great outdoors at Blue Mountain Village, a resort town with year-round events and activities. With hiking trails to explore in the summer and skiing during the winter, the resort features a range of outdoorsy activities to cater to all tastes and abilities. The village itself retains a pristine urban environment of bars, restaurants, and stores, carefully arranged for walkability. Two spas on site offer a range of massages and treatments, as well as indoor and outdoor swimming pools. A visit to Blue Mountain Village represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Blue Mountains itinerary builder to plot your vacation.
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  • Oh the village is so lovely. They have on weekends lovely music playing. There are great shops selling all kinds of stuff. Eateries with great menus. People are so nice here. Pet friendly and most of ...  more »
  • Beautiful village to relax, shop, and eat in various restaurants. The canoe was a nice activity, cable car was amazing it takes you to the top of the blue mountain and u can have a great walk and hike...  more »
  • mini version of whistler village complete with shops and restaurants. very clean and pretty. like walking around Disney. pity the hills weren't bigger but it's the best skiing that Ontario has to offe...  more »
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  • Great resort for families that are fairly new to skiing and that don't need access to a wide range of runs. That said, had more variety than expected and a good option for a weekend ski getaway for Torontonians. Restaurants are good, but a bit pricey based on having a somewhat captive audience. Can get really busy too, so reservations recommend in the evenings.
  • we went there last fall and had an opportunity to enjoy RIDGE RUNNER MOUNTAIN COASTER.... one of best rides of its kind... fast like bullet yet very safe ride. though i don't like their pricing model. they charged my 10 years old $13 ticket but didn't allow his to sit alone by himself. he had to sit with me because of being under 13... understood.. it was for his safety, i get that part but they should not be charging $13 for younger kids considering adults ticket for $16 and they can go alone. whereas under 13 must go with an adult and saves one car. This also compels an adult to buy more tickets for him/herself if he/she has more then 1 under 13 kids accompanied.. otherwise ride is FUN!!
  • Nice resort for summer as a park and winter for skiing. There are various small stores selling sports related goods as well as outdoors items. There are also hotels and pretty nice scenery. In future, peak tram going downhill will also be charged for about $16 per person.
  • Stayed at Mosaic. Great resort, the year-round outdoor pool & hot tub were great. Ski valet was a fantastic service. Had to get 1 key redone because it didn't work. Paid for a late checkout and had to go and get both keys redone because we were locked out of the room. Was told that they had to be reprogrammed for the late checkout, as if I should have known.
  • It's different. Lots of little shops and restaurants put together in a village. Great to stroll through, browse, relax and grab a bite to eat.