Blue Mountain, Ontario’s largest mountain village resort, is nestled on the shores of Southern Georgian Bay and spans across the beautiful Niagara Escarpment. Best known for its skiing and snowboarding terrain, Blue Mountain has evolved into a true four-season destination, and continually ranks among the top family-friendly resorts in Canada.
The award-winning Scandinave Spa Blue Mountain offers the renowned Scandinavian Baths experience. Situated in a natural forest, minutes from downtown Collingwood & Blue Mountain Resort and open all year from 9am-9pm, guests enjoy the serenity of the environment. The Baths include a Finnish Sauna, Eucalyptus Steam Room, Thermal & Nordic Waterfalls, Hot Baths, Cold Plunges & relaxation areas. Also available are Registered Massage treatments, relaxing getaway packages & an on-site bistro serving healthy local fare. Guests must be 19+ yrs. old. Bathing suits are mandatory.
Scenic Caves features 27 kms of cross-country ski trails and 10 kms of snowshoe trails meandering through a 370 acre, 200-year-old hardwood forest, high atop the Niagara Escarpment, near Collingwood.
Groomed Cross-Country Classic and Skate Ski Trails. Snowshoe Trails. Guided Night Snowshoe Hikes. 420 ft. Suspension Bridge. Full Rentals. Lessons. Warming Hut / Hot food / beverages. Season Passes. Mountain-top Lookouts / Fabulous Panoramic Views. High-altitude snow conditions all season long.
260 Scenic Caves Road, The Blue Mountains.
Contact Grey County Tourism for information and tips on planning your visit or adventures in Grey County. Grey County is a true four-season, rural destination with exceptional natural assets, a strong emerging food & beverage scene, and the only County in Ontario with a world-class ski resort within its boundaries. Hike the Bruce Trail, swim in Georgian Bay, take in a scenic lookout, taste local wine & beer, and enjoy local food, art and culture. We can help you create a one of a kind, memorable Grey County experience.