BLUE MOUNTAINS, Ont. — Blue Mountain Resort, located two hours north of Toronto, will officially re-open for the summer season on June 4.
“As an outdoor destination with something for everyone, Blue is an ideal getaway for families who have spent the last two months at home,” says Tara Lovell, manager Public Relations for Blue Mountain Resort.
With operations temporarily closed, Ontario’s largest mountain resort has had time to continue to adapt operations in response to the pandemic’s restrictions and prepare a safe environment for the re-opening of several attractions, including the Cascade Putting, the Mill Pond Activity Centre, The Rock-Climbing Wall, Chutes and Lumber Ball Run, Open-Air Gondola, Woodlot Low Ropes and the Timber Challenge High Ropes course. As Ontario transitions into stage one of the Roadmap to Re-opening, Blue Mountain has plans to resume operating the Ridge Runner Mountain Coaster, Wind Rider Triple Zips and Segways as a part of the Adventure Park attractions.
In addition, the resort will re-open its newly enhanced Explore Park — an attraction geared towards those of all ages and abilities — featuring more than 30km of hiking trails as well as a series of cross-country biking trails.
Guests are encouraged to plan their trip ahead of time as walk-up tickets will no longer be available to the public during the summer season.