Blue Mountain GoPro Ambassadors

We’re proud to be sponsored by GoPro as we share a similar vision, to ‘free people to celebrate the moment and inspire others to do the same’. This year at Blue Mountain we rounded up 6 eager volunteers to capture life at Blue Mountain. Equipped with GoPro’s we sent them out to explore. Introducing 2017/18’s…

Open Slopes

Originally written By Lori Knowles for Blue Magazine It took her two ski seasons, a ton of perseverance, and a great big heart, but Pam Visutski, finally did it. She taught two keen kids — aged seven and 10 and living with multiple sclerosis (MS) — how to ski with outriggers. Pam Visutski is one…

Blue Mountain Newbie Chronicles III

  We’re over half way through January, how? January means it’s the New Year! And that means some New Year’s resolutions. This year I want to learn how to ski well* by the end of March, I want to be able to save my money** and I’d like to travel more. But baby steps, let’s…

Newbie Chronicles I & II

Okay, so I’m a newbie. And that’s to a lot of things; moving to Canada, the freezing cold, sooo much snow and skiing. I’m Stephen, an international Blue Mountain employee from England. I haven’t seen more than 3 inches of snow since I was 14 and I know recently England got a light dusting and…

Getting Here Safely: Winter Driving to Blue

We are excited for winter and love getting our guests outside in the snow but driving in the white stuff can take a little extra time and care to make sure you make your way to Blue Mountain safely. Provincial Constable Paul Nancekivell, Media Officer for the Dufferin County OPP, shares a few driving tips…

Rain Day Plan

@blankaandjorge You’ve spent hours planning and you’ve been counting down the days to your Blue Mountain getaway, you check out the weather and see showers in the forecast. Not to fear! We stand by our mantra to live life outside – no matter what the weather. Here are some tips to help you prepare a…

Foodies Welcome

If your taste buds look for new experiences when you travel, you will find no shortage of exciting cuisine at Blue. From restaurants within walking distance, to a short car ride away, anyone who considers themselves a foodie will be right at home. Then again, do you need to be considered a foodie to enjoy…

Top 5 Ways to Save Green on Golf Getaways

In golf, the smaller the number, the bigger the win and that can be true for both your golf trip expenses and your scorecard. Whether you’re getting ready for your first golf getaway or you are a seasoned pro looking to make the most of your tee time, we have our top 5 suggestions to help…

The Story Behind Hole 15

At the base of Blue Mountain is Monterra, one of Ontario’s most popular resort golf courses. Designed by Canadian golf architect, Tom McBroom, Monterra was developed as a traditional links course, encompassing rolling bent grass fairways, razorback mounding, 86 bunkers, seven lakes, ravines, creeks and some spectacular elevated tee shots. But aside from the vistas…