Ontario – Ski Areas
Adanac prides itself on our family friendly atmosphere, variety of ski and snowboarding programs, attention to safety, and quality of experience. Located in the heart of New Sudbury.
Ontario’s Grey County — home of Blue Mountain — has come together to create a selection of after-dark winter adventure experiences, including guided night snowshoe hikes through the scenic caves, skating under the stars, Nordic skiing by moonlight, and of course, night skiing at Blue Mountain. READ MORE
Located in the Laurentian Mountains between two elevated peaks at 640 and 760 vertical feet, views are sensational in every direction. Four hours from Toronto, two hours from Sudbury, and 45 minutes from North Bay.
A much-loved gathering place for friends and families since 1959, Batawa Ski Hill offers adventure and discovery all year long.
Today Beaver Valley is a winter playground, providing members and guests a top quality skiing experience and a variety of other outdoor activities that are fun for the whole family.
Ontario's Blue Mountain has 900 skiable acres serviced by 12 lifts and is Ontario's largest mountain resort. It boasts a vertical of around 720 feet for skiing and riding. In the center of the so-called "Georgian Triangle," the four-season area 34 trails ranging from beginner slope to double black diamond steeps.
Today Boler Mountain attracts over 120,000 enthusiastic outdoor participants annually to the facility from all over southwestern Ontario. Boler Mountain has become a part of many area families lives and an important part of their healthful, active outdoor winter lifestyle.
When it comes to skiing and snowboarding in the GTA, few will find a better experience than at Brimacombe. Rated "The Best in the Snow Business" by the Canadian Ski Council, Brimacombe caters to the traditional skier as well as the snowboarder who wants to jib all day long in one of our terrain parks. There's no better way to experience Brimacombe than coming down and hitting the slopes.
Calabogie offers 80 skiable acres serviced by 3 lifts. There is a vertical of around 780 feet and 29 runs.
The Chicopee Ski Club is incorporated as a non-profit entity owned by its members and expertly managed by the Executive Director and Senior Management team. Chicopee leases the lands we operate on from the Grand River Conservation Authority. All facilities, lifts, equipment etc. on the land are wholly owned by the Club.
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