The Blue Mountains
Nestled along the shores of Georgian Bay, The Blue Mountains is one of Ontario’s premier year-round vacation destinations.
From luxurious spas and sandy beaches to some of the best wintertime skiing and snowboarding, the town is the perfect setting for adventure of all types.
It’s also home to the five-day Blue Mountain Film Festival held every June in the heart of Blue Mountain Village and a popular stop on the famed Apple Pie Trail, a self-guided trail of orchards, breweries, distillers and bakeries.
Where is The Blue Mountains?
The municipality of The Blue Mountains is located on the southern shores of Georgian Bay, on the Niagara Escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
The municipality is about a 2.5-hour drive from the Greater Toronto Area. The region is most easily visited by car or motorcycle, although bus service to Blue Mountain Resort is available year-round from various starting points, including public transit from Wasaga Beach.
Things to do in The Blue Mountains
Check out a film festival
Stop in at a brew pub
Ride a mountain coaster
Glide along an ice trail
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Last updated: September 15, 2023