We had to share this article by Allison Kennedy Davies in Mountain Life Ontario's winter issue spotlighting a couple of homegrown stories of Kids at Blue grads who have come full circle and now teach little skiers and riders on the same slopes they themselves grew up on.
There’s no argument that putting your kids in sports and extracurricular activities can be expensive, and it’s no surprise that there is a direct link between kids involvement in sports and household income. That being said, for many sports there have been programs set up along the way to encourage families to get active together, and skiing is no exception. Here are some handy tips to save some money when getting your gear ready for the slopes.
It has been a slow start to the season in Ontario. The lack of cold temperatures and snow made Saturday, January 2nd an exciting day for local rail aficionados. The Blue Mountain Park Crew and Events Team brushed the dust off an event from the history books, and kicked off the Badlands Park Jams, by bringing back the Frozen Rail Jam.
Our Manager of Guest Services does a great job of keeping things positive - no matter how green our holidays have been this year. We had to share her version of T'was the Night Before Christmas which pokes a little fun at this mild start to the season. It's a little belated but still worth sharing. Enjoy!
No matter how hard the meteorologists try, predicting winter weather remains an imperfect art. From snowfalls to rain showers, skiers and snowboarders need to be prepared for anything on the slopes. That’s why it’s important to arm yourself with a reliable outfit you can pull out of the closet in any weather. We can help you make the most of the winter weather with products that can be found at stores in the Blue Mountain Village.