When it comes to downhill pursuits, you have two options. Skiing or Snowboarding. As some one who started off skiing, and transitioned to snowboard in my late teens I often think back to why skiing in my mind was suddenly uncool. I grew up in a family of ex national ski team athletes, so as…
It’s that time of year where it seems like every night is an excuse to get lit. We embrace this at Blue Mountain, especially when it comes to the Village. We’re talking about the award winning Blumination Dream Trail. The 1 km trail has 11 light installations that are interactive and dance to songs, and…
Hakuna Masquata, What a wonderful phrase. Hakuna Masquata, Ain’t no passing phrase. It means nice booty, for the rest of your days
It’s our pre-season philosophy
At Blue Mountain we are lucky to have amazing staff members from across the globe from various walks of life. Meet Chef Oleg! I’d like to say you’ll see his friendly face around The Pottery but he is likely behind the scenes ensuring your meal is prepared to perfection. Oleg was born into the food…
First things first – the shoe is pronounced Shift
Every day is a good day skiing at Blue… and every season is an amazing one for those who share the passion, that I do.
Straight from our Executive Sous Chef Rod Meadus – a Turkey Pot pie sure to be gobbled up.
It was a right of passage for me. My grandparents had skied here, my parents had skied here, and then I started snowboarding here, it was our families place.
Photo: Kristin Schnelten The past weekend was our Passholder Appreciation weekend. While the weather wasn’t the most ideal – the rain on Saturday made for some greasy turns in the Dual Slalom under the lights and leveled Sunday’s race to an even playing field with no extra Saturday practice. Check out the results here
The bright coloured walls, the local photography and the hand made surfboard transport you from Ontario to somewhere tropical