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    The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain

    Blue Mountains, Canada


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    Blue Mountains Timber Challenge
    108 Jozo Weider Blvd
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    Walk the Timber Ropes
    By Flash Parker

    Walking the Timber Challenge High Ropes is much easier than it looks. Each adventure course (green, blue, black) has been designed to deliver a fresh, more difficult challenge than the last.

    Prices begin at $39 for adult Blue Mountain guests, and $29 for youths.

    Image courtesy Blue Mountain Resort; www.bluemountain.ca.

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    Ridge Runner Rollercoaster, Blue Mountain Resort
    108 Jozo Weider Boulevard
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    Your Own Personal Rollercoaster
    By mark stevens

    Back in the day, you used to ride up the chairlift to your favorite ski run gliding high above a twisting sort of riled rattlesnake track of concrete that squirmed through the woods below, riding a sort of modified go-kart in an activity that always struck me as near-suicidal.

    That’s long gone, but they’ve replaced it with a very cool excursion that’s basically your very own rollercoaster.

    It’s every bit as serpentine as its forebear—think a rollercoaster through a downhill forest—and it’s a blast. The railed track is elevated and you ride it—luckily controlling your own speed—down the mountain over a course that’s nearly a mile long.

    I don’t do rollercoasters, so I was hesitant. Loved it. Would do it again tomorrow. And the next day. And the …

    Image courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort.

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    Red Devil Sports
    156 Jozo Weider Boulevard
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    Shopping as a Public Service
    By mark stevens

    Located in the hub of the pedestrian village, Red Devil Sports not only boasts some of the best selections of footwear here, they’re also one of those few win-win shopping destinations. The left side features women’s wear (four-season fashions, just like the Village itself) and you’ll find the men’s stuff on the right. Better yet, if you don’t like to shop, you can check out the gallery of historical Blue Mountain images that grace the walls.

    But that would be a mistake, for you can fulfill your commercial lust here while performing a public service. They are proud to feature Canadian products (we’re talking Roots and Canada Goose parkas) but even more important, many of their suppliers have a social conscience.

    Buy a Ten Tree sweater—they plant ten trees when they sell you a garment; or, pick up shoes from Toms—for every pair sold, they donate a pair to a needy child.

    And if you’ve already got your ski suit come February (that’s up to 70% of their winter inventory), slip across the square while your significant other’s trying on the latest fashion and grab yourself a new pair of boards at Lifted, their partner store.

    Image Courtesy of Blue Mountain.

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    Olde Stanton Store The
    174 Jozo Weider Bl
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    A Shopping Trip to Nostalgia
    By mark stevens

    The odds are pretty good that you will find absolutely nothing you need at this rustic establishment, whose interior is actually decorated with the remnants of an old barn, though one could make the case for the double hammock that reclines just outside the entrance.

    The odds are just as good that you’ll never leave without buying anything. They’ve got an eclectic collection from hand-kilned mugs to arts, crafts, and the occasional piece of serious art that literally screams cottage country, that will immediately transform you to that lakeside resort if you grew up with one and will help you decorate your current one if you are so blessed.

    Case in point: a little sign made of twigs says “welcome to my cabin," or a hand-made tree branch love seat.

    Then again, maybe there is something you need at this delightful commercial trip down memory lane—the fudge they make on site is a necessity rather than a luxury.

    And you're almost guaranteed to leave this establishment feeling better than you entered—even if you're not a shopper.

    Image courtesy of Len Swidersky, The Olde Stanton Store.

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    TheSmoke
    498-510 1 Street
    Collingwood, Canada
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    A Carnivore's Delight
    By mark stevens

    If you’re coming up to Blue Mountain with your friends for some skiing or biking, then you really need to get your protein boost on.

    theSmoke, a new addition to the local dining scene, is the perfect place to do this. But it is neither for the faint of heart nor the vegetarian of any ilk. Case in point: pulled pork pancakes at their Sunday brunch, a smoked burger that weighs in at two pounds.

    Chef Cam Dyment’s already got rave reviews, from local awards to a recent invitation to the World Cooking Challenge in Vegas.

    No surprise there: he makes the best pulled pork I’ve ever had—and never mind the smoked brisket.

    Image courtesy of Cam Dyment, TheSmoke.

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    Rusty's at Blue, Blue Mountain Resort
    108 Jozo Weider Boulevard
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    A Blue Mountain Hot-spot
    By mark stevens

    It's hard to miss Rusty’s. It’s the closest bar to the main chairlift at Blue Mountain (one hopes that makes it an après-ski versus pre-ski hot spot) and come nightfall it’s swathed in a band of lime-green Christmas lights.

    There's a pool table inside, and big screen TV at one end—an area that, come weekends, is venue for dancing to the live DJ they bring in.

    Decidedly rustic (a carved wooden bulldog five feet high sits atop a similarly carved Coors bottle at one end of the bar), it’s decorated with skis and boards, barnwood, and old posters. The sign to the washroom says “Outhouse.”

    Lots of draft on tap and tonight, in August, the big screen TV is playing a hockey game from twenty years ago.

    Have one of the many drafts they offer here and you’ll be looking for your skates.

    Image courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort.

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    MJ Byrne's Irish Pub Inc
    170 Jozo Weider Bl
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    Pub Grub
    By mark stevens

    Two caveats if you decide to do lunch or dinner at M.J. Byrnes Irish Pub. This is not the place for a quiet evening with your heart’s desire. And you may find youself singing “O Danny Boy” before the evening’s through.

    But come with your friends and you’ll have a blast.

    Hardly surprising that the menu is pub fare, given the name of the rollicking establishment, but forget about some fake chain that tries to kiss the blarney stone. We’re talking the usual—shepherd’s pie and the like—but they also serve up the real deal: Irish stew, Dublin Bay Seafood Chowder with home-made Irish soda bread.

    Wash it down with a pint of Guinness (or choose one of the other twenty imported drafts or a serious Irish whiskey), and your Irish eyes will be smiling.

    A smile a mile wide.

    Image courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort.

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    Eco Adventure Tours
    260 Scenic Caves Road
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    Get adventurous at Scenic Caves
    By Luke Fox

    Walk a suspension bridge, zip line through the Niagara Escarpment, traipse along the tree canopy, or explore the nooks and caverns of the caves. Scenic Caves offers adventures in weather warm and cold, as it also serves as a starting point for Nordic skiing come winter. Geared towards family fun, you don't have to be an expert spelunker to explore the caves, although some might have to shed a few pounds before wedging through the rock pass called "Fat Man's Misery."

    Photo by amberaccb/Flickr.

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    Café Chartreuse
    70 Hurontario Street
    Collingwood, Canada
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    Nothing Beats Apple Pie
    By Flash Parker

    Tuck into a cozy corner of Café Chartreuse, order yourself a slice of freshly baked apple pie, and watch Collingwood life roll by through the windows of this quaint spot. Café Chartreuse is a beautiful little place to unwind after a day on the slopes at Blue Mountain or trekking the Apple Pie Trail. The menu is ever-changing, though the breakfast pastry staples are highly regarded and make the perfect takeaway snack.

    Image courtesy of Blue Mountain Village.

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    Northwinds Brewery
    Collingwood, Canada
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    New Brews on the Blue
    By Flash Parker

    Few breweries can boast a setting as beautiful as the Blue Mountains, though the Northwinds suds do a might fine job of keeping attention focused on craft.

    Currently outfitting their physical location, Northwinds beers have already hit the Ontario market - the core fleet includes the Northwinds Kingpin Lager, Three Stage XPA, and Corduroy Rye IPA.

    Keep an eye on the site for news of the 2014 grand opening, and line up with your growlers in hand.

    Image courtesy Geoff Conway; www.northwindsbrewery.com/.

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    Café Chartreuse
    70 Hurontario Street
    Collingwood, Canada
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    Nothing Beats Apple Pie
    By Flash Parker

    Tuck into a cozy corner of Café Chartreuse, order yourself a slice of freshly baked apple pie, and watch Collingwood life roll by through the windows of this quaint spot. Café Chartreuse is a beautiful little place to unwind after a day on the slopes at Blue Mountain or trekking the Apple Pie Trail. The menu is ever-changing, though the breakfast pastry staples are highly regarded and make the perfect takeaway snack.

    Image courtesy of Blue Mountain Village.

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    Red Devil Sports
    156 Jozo Weider Boulevard
    Blue Mountains, Canada
    Show Map
    Shopping as a Public Service
    By mark stevens

    Located in the hub of the pedestrian village, Red Devil Sports not only boasts some of the best selections of footwear here, they’re also one of those few win-win shopping destinations. The left side features women’s wear (four-season fashions, just like the Village itself) and you’ll find the men’s stuff on the right. Better yet, if you don’t like to shop, you can check out the gallery of historical Blue Mountain images that grace the walls.

    But that would be a mistake, for you can fulfill your commercial lust here while performing a public service. They are proud to feature Canadian products (we’re talking Roots and Canada Goose parkas) but even more important, many of their suppliers have a social conscience.

    Buy a Ten Tree sweater—they plant ten trees when they sell you a garment; or, pick up shoes from Toms—for every pair sold, they donate a pair to a needy child.

    And if you’ve already got your ski suit come February (that’s up to 70% of their winter inventory), slip across the square while your significant other’s trying on the latest fashion and grab yourself a new pair of boards at Lifted, their partner store.

    Image Courtesy of Blue Mountain.

    Read More
    Olde Stanton Store The
    174 Jozo Weider Bl
    Blue Mountains, Canada
    Show Map
    A Shopping Trip to Nostalgia
    By mark stevens

    The odds are pretty good that you will find absolutely nothing you need at this rustic establishment, whose interior is actually decorated with the remnants of an old barn, though one could make the case for the double hammock that reclines just outside the entrance.

    The odds are just as good that you’ll never leave without buying anything. They’ve got an eclectic collection from hand-kilned mugs to arts, crafts, and the occasional piece of serious art that literally screams cottage country, that will immediately transform you to that lakeside resort if you grew up with one and will help you decorate your current one if you are so blessed.

    Case in point: a little sign made of twigs says “welcome to my cabin," or a hand-made tree branch love seat.

    Then again, maybe there is something you need at this delightful commercial trip down memory lane—the fudge they make on site is a necessity rather than a luxury.

    And you're almost guaranteed to leave this establishment feeling better than you entered—even if you're not a shopper.

    Image courtesy of Len Swidersky, The Olde Stanton Store.

    Read More
    Eco Adventure Tours
    260 Scenic Caves Road
    Blue Mountains, Canada
    Show Map
    Get adventurous at Scenic Caves
    By Luke Fox

    Walk a suspension bridge, zip line through the Niagara Escarpment, traipse along the tree canopy, or explore the nooks and caverns of the caves. Scenic Caves offers adventures in weather warm and cold, as it also serves as a starting point for Nordic skiing come winter. Geared towards family fun, you don't have to be an expert spelunker to explore the caves, although some might have to shed a few pounds before wedging through the rock pass called "Fat Man's Misery."

    Photo by amberaccb/Flickr.

    Read More
    Eco Adventure Tours
    260 Scenic Caves Road
    Blue Mountains, Canada
    Show Map
    Get adventurous at Scenic Caves
    By Luke Fox

    Walk a suspension bridge, zip line through the Niagara Escarpment, traipse along the tree canopy, or explore the nooks and caverns of the caves. Scenic Caves offers adventures in weather warm and cold, as it also serves as a starting point for Nordic skiing come winter. Geared towards family fun, you don't have to be an expert spelunker to explore the caves, although some might have to shed a few pounds before wedging through the rock pass called "Fat Man's Misery."

    Photo by amberaccb/Flickr.

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    Blue Mountain Resorts Ltd
    220 Jozo Weider Boulevard
    Blue Mountains, Canada
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    Zoom Down a Hill
    By mark stevens

    When my wife and I tied the knot, we had neither time nor budget for a trip south.

    To be fair—true Canadians we—we didn’t mind a bit of winter fun and we’d already spent countless hours on the slopes here at Blue Mountain.

    Long story short, we spent our first full day of marriage here too.

    Even if you don’t ski you’ll have a blast making friends with winter: I’ll never forget the sheer hilarity of watching my wife, while I rode up the chairlift, crash into a snow fence at the bottom of a bunny hill.

    (First note to the wise: never laugh at a time like this.)

    Second note to the wise: if you know how to ski—head to Blue Mountain North: shorter lines and, because there are only advanced runs here, you don’t have to avoid beginners.

    Great ski and snowboarding school if you want to learn the sport and it’s Ontario’s biggest hill.

    Vertical of 700 plus feet and 30 plus runs with more to come this winter, along with two terrain parks for boarders or mere hot dogs.

    Image courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort.

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    Ridge Runner Rollercoaster, Blue Mountain Resort
    108 Jozo Weider Boulevard
    Blue Mountains, Canada
    Show Map
    Your Own Personal Rollercoaster
    By mark stevens

    Back in the day, you used to ride up the chairlift to your favorite ski run gliding high above a twisting sort of riled rattlesnake track of concrete that squirmed through the woods below, riding a sort of modified go-kart in an activity that always struck me as near-suicidal.

    That’s long gone, but they’ve replaced it with a very cool excursion that’s basically your very own rollercoaster.

    It’s every bit as serpentine as its forebear—think a rollercoaster through a downhill forest—and it’s a blast. The railed track is elevated and you ride it—luckily controlling your own speed—down the mountain over a course that’s nearly a mile long.

    I don’t do rollercoasters, so I was hesitant. Loved it. Would do it again tomorrow. And the next day. And the …

    Image courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort.

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