World class nature is just steps away from exceptional hotels, award winning summer festivals and a pedestrian Village of shopping, dining and playing." Patti Kendall, Blue Mountain Village Marketing Director.
Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada (PRWEB) July 23, 2014
There's still time to take a Canadian family holiday this summer at Blue Mountain Village in Ontario.
It’s not too late to take advantage of the lower Canadian dollar and experience a Canadian family holiday this summer at Blue Mountain Village, Southern Ontario’s premiere four season resort destination just 90 minutes north of Toronto.
Summer may be flying by but there is still plenty of time for a family holiday. And there’s nowhere else in southern Ontario that lets you pack as much fun and adventure into one holiday as Blue Mountain Village does - all at considerable value. While there are hundreds of reasons to visit Blue Mountain including the vast array of restaurants and shops, activities and experiences, here is what many consider the standouts.
1. Accommodations packages. From Resort Homes to Village Suites, the Blue Mountain Inn to The Westin Trillium House, the Village offers a range of accommodations to suit any number of guests and any budget.
2. The World’s Longest Freshwater Beach is 20 minutes from Blue Mountain Village and is 14km of white sandy beach.
3. The Bruce Trail is a trail over 800 km winding from Niagara Falls to Tobermory with hiking and biking trails at the top of Blue Mountain.
4. Blue Mountain Resort sits on the UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Niagara Escarpment, globally recognized for its natural features and geological and physiographical formations.
5. Award-Winning Festivals All Summer Long including The World’s Largest Elvis Festival.
6. Free Daily Activities. Yoga on the Mountain, Kids Scavenger Hunts, Guided Hiking and Gondola Trips, Movies under the Stars, Daily Live Music.
7. Ontario’s Largest Pedestrian Village. Turn-of-the-century architecture and cobblestone streets feature 40 shops & restaurants.
8. Georgian Bay and the Blue Mountain Private Beach. Free shuttle, safe swimming, sandy beach, shady spots for picnics and boats available for rent.
9. The Apple Pie Trail. Award winning culinary trail with 37 stops from Collingwood to Meaford. Apple art, history, farms, food, drink and adventure based in Ontario’s largest apple growing region.
10. Proximity to Toronto, just 2 hours to the north – stay in the country and make a quick day trip or overnight to Toronto.
About the Blue Mountain Village
Located 90 minutes north of Toronto between the foot of the Niagara Escarpment’s scenic Blue Mountains and the rugged shores and crystal-clear waters of Georgian Bay, the picturesque Blue Mountain Village is Southern Ontario’s premiere four-season destination. A cobble stoned pedestrian village framed by turn-of-the-century Ontario architecture, the Village offers a wide variety of family accommodations, activities, events, attractions and over 40 unique shops and restaurants. An incredible natural retreat, the Village offers as much – or as little – as you’d like to do.
About Blue Mountain Resort
Blue Mountain, Ontario’s largest mountain has become the four-season destination north of Toronto, visited by more than 1.5 million guests a year. Winter at the resort boasts 42 ski and snowboard trails enhanced by a world-class snowmaking system. Summer months offer the largest downhill mountain biking facility in Ontario, Monterra Golf course, Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, Cascade Putting Course, Timber Challenge Ropes Course, Wind Rider Triple Zips, the new Apex Bag jump and a private beach property among other seasonal attractions. Year-round the resort attracts visitors to more than 950 luxury accommodation units and 45 unique concept restaurants, bars and retail stores in our pedestrian Village. 45,000 square feet of state-of-the-art conference space caters year-round to corporate meeting groups. Blue Mountain is 50% owned by Intrawest ULC. Visit http://www.bluemountain.ca for more information.