Blue Mountain Village
106 locals recommend ·
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The village has so much to offer for all ages, premier skiing, hiking, shopping, dining, you won't be disappointed.
A cobblestoned pedestrian village framed by turn-of-the-century Ontario architecture, the Village offers a wide variety of activities, events and attractions including over 40 unique shops and restaurants, zip lines, ropes courses, hiking, biking, Segway tours and much more.
A plethora of winter activities at your disposal, from skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing, all-season fat biking, mountaintop skating, snowshoeing to walking in the village, people watching, enjoying an outdoor fire pit, or stopping at Beaver Tails for a delicious Canadian treat.
The village has a great vibe with several attractions - top restaurants - shops/retail - ski-lifts for access to the slopes
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“Our fave place for apres ski - enjoy a pint with a view of the mountains and take in the whole village vibe.”
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