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Boler Mountain, London

Categories: Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Get to grips with snow sports at Boler Mountain, where you can slide down the tubing slope or get involved in a variety of learning programs for all ages and abilities. Adrenaline junkies with advanced skiing or snowboarding skills can practice pulling some tricks on the bag jump. During the warmer months, you climb trees and zipline down the adventure course, suitable for anyone over the age of eight. Using our world travel planner, London attractions like Boler Mountain can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I've been going to boler mountain my whole life and it's been for skiing and snowboarding just because it's been so close to my home. My girlfriend brought up the other day that she wanted to go zip l...  read more »
  • Boler Mountain sits in an easily accessible urban area, yet gives the feel of the real outdoors! ski lifts, rentals, and prices are all fair for today's economy. Food and beverages available. Great fo...  read more »
  • This is our return visit to boler mountain for the tree top adventure.Last year my grandson did the junior course and enjoyed it, however found it too easy. We went back this year to try the adult cou...  read more »
  • Just completed the beginner and intermediate tree top adventure / zip lines (for adults!!). I didn't know there was an option for adults! I kept hearing about people bring their kids there. Oh gosh, it's great! I've zip lined in Whistler and enjoyed this much more because of the addition of the tree top activities and more zips! It's challenging and fun. If you're afraid of heights, you won't be once you're done. :)
  • Rating based on MTB experience. This is a fun a very challenging (atleast for my moderate riding history) place to ride a bike. First off, there is no quick way to the top, you are traversing your way to the top which then takes you into the wooded area, and that is where the fun begins and doesn't end until you find yourself exiting approximately 5km and a HR of 175BPM later. I would not make this my first MTB experience if just getting into riding as the ride to the top would probably sour you off the experience, but that said, your other local option is Fanshawe which while very fun and flowy, you have to be prepared to ride 20k. To be fair, there are easier sections at Byron that I never really even bother with so I really shouldn't say an entry level rider can't enjoy it, but you'll definetly be sweating! For me I prefer Fanshawe, but will head over to Byron if I just want to get a couple of quick runs in.
  • They have a fantastic rope course which has multiple levels of difficulty. It is in a nice shaded area, which helps you stay cool. You can bring water, however there are various points along the course that you can get a glass of cold water. I would definitely recommend a trip to Boiler Mountain.
  • Wonderful place to ski and snowboard. Great family environment and fantastic employees. Its truly one of the gems in the city of London. Our boys love it there. Be sure to try the poutine and beer at Willies pub.
  • great smooth snow. Tiny hill though, dont expect anything more than fmaily fun
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