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Boler Mountain, London

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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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  • The Treetop Adventure Park was truly an amazing experience for my family and I! Don't listen to those bad reviews; they just take what they have for granted. A ski hill in this part of Canada!?! You h...  more »
  • Fun skiing in the winter, awesome biking/treetop adventure in the summer. Great place of entertainment for all in London with friendly staff.  more »
  • Love this place! It is incredible that there is a ski resort right in the middle of a neighbourhood. You can even catch the bus and it drops you at the end of the parking lot. It isn't the highest mou...  more »
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  • It's our local ski hill. Not super challenging heights or anything but it is convenient and very family friendly. Not really a fan of the food. When it is a good snow year then this is a great place to spend some time as a family. We got a season's pass last year and we did not regret that one bit because we used it every weekend, even on a year when the snow was sparse. Friendly lift operators always.
  • Took my 6 year old daughter tubing for the first time.I specifically asked at the bottom if we could go down at the same time as my daughter was a bit nervous and was assured we could. Got to the top and only two of the three tubing hills were open so there was a line up. Waited in line 15 minutes and when our turn came was told we could not go down together due to safety concerns. I was not impressed but managed to convince my daughter to try it by herself. Overall we were there 90 minutes and only got down the hill 4 times. The line up kept getting longer and our last slide down we waited 30 minutes. Expressed by concern to staff and though they were courteous they could only apologize for the time delays. DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY ON THE TUBING. Some suggestions to the inept management, don't sell so many tickets per time slot, have all hills open and allow people to do down together to reduce the line ups. If you have to close a hill then reduce the number of tickets being sold. Figure out a way for people to go down in a way that meets your safety standards without making them wait 30 minutes for a 15 second ride to the bottom. Hopefully the skiing is better but if it is managed the same way as the tubing hills them don't bother.
  • Went tubing there, and it was a great time. In 2 hours we got to go down about 8 times which we felt was the perfect amount. The staff was friendly and the music provided a good atmosphere
  • Good staffs, I think $ 8 is a fair price, there are not too many trails but they are challenging even for intermediate level rider. The hills are quiet hard of you have no a good drive train and derailleurs working smoothly. Make sure you have safety équipements, some tools and pump for unexpected situations. Trail gets a bit slipery after rain and if you have a "bold" back tire, you might have some dificulties not enjoying what it has to offer. Very good for Mtbs in général but specially enduro and cross country, you can handle it with a hard tail bike. Looking forward to go for my second visit.
  • Not a massive mountain but very well run with 3 quad chair lifts so it never seems to busy. Huge snow making capacity and good grooming of runs. Chalet is dated but they are building a new one. I tried the zipline/treetop thing in the summer which was decently fun - would recommend wearing gloves.