Located along the Beaver River and Nottawasaga Bay, Collingwood is home to the Blue Mountain ski resort, a prime ski destination, and numerous private ski clubs. You'll find plenty to do here in any season, but winter brings a wide variety of outdoor sports, like downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and fat biking. You can find alpine fun as well, such as boutique shopping, alpine restaurants, and high-end spas.

Who are Collingwood resorts for?

From upscale alpine spas and amenities to diverse ski and snowboard terrain, Collingwood offers something for all types of travellers. Find out what you can experience when you choose a vacation rental at one of Collingwood’s premier ski resorts.

Romance

If you’re looking for romance in the idyllic mountains, Collingwood has no shortage of exciting couple’s experiences. You can spend your time together on the mountains for some thrills, experience new activities and adventures like snowshoeing or dog sledding, or relax in your chalet and take in the alpine views. Plenty of lodging options come with romantic amenities as well, such as hot tubs, lavish decor, and decks with mountain views.

Family fun

Blue Mountain ski resort has an array of attractions and activities for kids of any age. In addition to skiing and snowboarding, you can have fun sleigh riding, ice skating, snowshoeing, climbing walls, and more. You can find family-friendly lodges all over the Blue Mountains with space for the whole family, including multiple bedrooms, spacious living areas, toys, games, and other kid-friendly features.

Adventure

From warm-weather golf and mountain biking to winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing, the Blue Mountains in Collingwood offer all types of outdoor fun and adventure. You can try ropes courses, rock climbing, ice climbing, fat biking, zip-lining, terrain parks, and more, so you can have the adrenaline rush you’re after. Even if you’re new to an activity, there are instructors and guides to help you along. If you want to spend as much time as possible in the outdoors, you can book a ski-in/ski-out lodge or mid-mountain cabin to start your ski day early.

Ski resorts in Ontario

Along with Collingwood, Ontario is home to a variety of ski resorts and ski areas with all types of exciting ski amenities. Take a look at what you can expect from ski resorts in Ontario.

Toronto resorts

Less than a day trip away, Toronto has numerous ski resorts close to the city limits. Whether you’re considering skiing in Southern Ontario or the premier resorts of Upstate New York, you can find resorts that cater to all skill levels. An array of unique experiences await you here as well, such as night skiing, ice climbing, terrain parks, and high-end resorts that offer spas, luxurious lodges, and romantic mid-mountain chalets.

Ottawa ski resorts

Just outside Ottawa lies the Ottawa Valley and Gatineau Hills, a hilly region with tons of annual snowfall and an array of slopes for all levels of skiing and snowboarding, including ‘fun runs’, steep drops, cross-country trails, and night skiing opportunities. Plenty of resorts are ideal for families as well, especially if you have young or inexperienced skiers who need gentle slopes and ski instructors.

Loch Lomond

Located near Thunder Bay, Loch Lomond is a premier ski destination that draws skiers from Ontario, Minnesota, and Manitoba. Loch Lomond is divided into steep and challenging runs for experts on the north side and gentle inclines and slopes for beginners on the south side. There’s also a terrain park, double black diamonds, and winding trails through towering trees. If you’re bringing the kids, there’s also a fun snow tubing park for family enjoyment. Vacation rentals and amenities can be found in the nearby villages of Thunder Bay.