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Blue Mountain Village

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Blue Mountain Village

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156 Jozo Weider Blvd, Blue Mountains, Ontario L9Y 0V2 Canada
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a week in Toronto, Canada
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

a week in Toronto, Canada

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Canada is by far the most beautiful country in term of natural beauty. Travelers enjoy hiking the huge mountains with its impeccable views and activities. Canada is the cleanest, safest, most organized country with vivid green areas. Visitors enjoy the multiculturalism and the descent behavior of the Canadians. Visitors to Canada get unforgettable experience to this second to none North American country
US$1,128.21 per adult
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Abuc wrote a review 4 Apr
New York City, New York1,544 contributions203 helpful votes
Enjoy the atmosphere here whether winter or summer. Always lots to see and do.. even walking and people watching makes for a lot of entertaining times. Felt safe with masks and social distancing mandates.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Madeline wrote a review Mar 2021
Toronto, Canada1 contribution1 helpful vote
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Our entire blue mountain experience was awful, I stayed March 12-14, 2021. I am someone who comes to Blue every year and have never had an experience like this. It began with the rudeness of almost every single employee. I understand we must wear masks, but wearing them while walking around OUTSIDE is ridiculous. And then we get into a restaurant and can take them off at our table, tell me how that makes sense. Not to mention you must wear a mask while skiing/snowboarding. We are still social distancing on the hill and we must wear a mask? This is a physical activity and is A BREATHING PROBLEM. I slid my mask down for 10 seconds to sip my Gatorade in the lift line... I had a lift person come up to me and wait until I put it back on. Everyone was being rude and making it very hard to enjoy my time. Then, mid afternoon Saturday we waited about an hour in line for a table at Rusty’s. After finally getting a table for 4 (after coming off the hill). We were greeted by an older man calling us “beautiful young ladies”. Keep in mind, we’re a group of young professionals, who work together. 4 woman ranging from 23-27. We were in the middle of our day on the hill, and had full snow gear on, but still came with ID’s. The server would not serve two of us because they did not have a second piece of ID with them. One had a Canadian passport, and the other had a Ontario health card. They do not have an Ontario driver license because we live in downtown Toronto and don’t don’t drive. Since when did a passport not could as a legal piece of identification? My Ontario drivers license, along with one other guest were accepted. He then continued to be rude, saying it was their policy, and would not show me this policy. WHO CARRIES EXTRA CARDS WITH THEM WHILE SKIING???? They had debit cards with their names on them, Ontario health cards, Canadian PASSPORTS, pictures of their out of province drivers licenses. Anyways, we only wanted a cold beer before we went back on the hill so we decided to leave and go to a different bar (while the hosts were as well being rude). We decided to wait in line at the Irish pub in the village. We waited for a good 20 minutes before we got seated. We were eventually greeted by a young blonde girl who did not seem to care about working their at all. She was rude the entire time, but luckily did not ask us for our ID’s. The food was absolutely horrible and service was awful. She kept leaving our table mid conversation without saying why, so I yelled at her. When she finally came back and it was time for us to pay, after I didn’t tip her she said “sorry I’m so out of it today”. Ya, now you realize you work in customer service and you should treat us with some respect. I’ve served in busy sports bars before so I understand what it is like being in her shoes, but never take it out on your customers for no reason. The poutine had no cheese on it (see picture). After our almost 3 hour lunch, I couldn’t wait to get back on the hill (which I paid 100$ for). The 3 other guests I was with were so pissed off they headed back to the Airbnb instead of skiing. I went by myself, and to my surprised , because of COVID most lifts no longer had a singles lines. I had to wait by myself in the regular line for about 10-15 minutes a lift. Not to mention, snow conditions were terrible. DO NOT SPEND YOUR MONEY AT BLUE MOUNTAIN ANYMORE. Go to Mount at Louise instead, cheaper, shorter lines, and better hills. Or spend the extra trip to Mont Tremblant in Quebec if you’re looking to have fun. Thanks blue mountain and rusty’s for ruining my favourite time of the year for me!!!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Trina Jones wrote a review Mar 2021
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Due to the pandemic Blue mountain village should have restricted village access to lodging guest and skiers who have prebooked tickets. You see huge families hanging around taking pictures. No masks. No skiers and not lodging in the village. Also plunge is open. So you can pay and use the plunge hot tub, but the village hotels hot tubs are closed for the season. For the $ you pay for accommodations it would be good to have the hotubs open. You are better of staying in the Viking wood hotels away from the crazy crowds abs overpriced accommodations. Also room requests are completely ignored.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Hugh R wrote a review Mar 2021
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NO VISA DEBIT online...? Be aware this 'world class resort' does not take visa debit cards for online lift ticket purchases - unfortunate!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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LLKOttawa wrote a review Feb 2021
Ottawa, Canada42 contributions26 helpful votes
Did anyone gasp when they read the recent review comparing the staff to Nazis? How on earth is complying with public health recommendations related to the thugs who set up concentration camps and killed millions? Yes, masks are required pretty much everywhere. Do I like it? No. Am I willing to put up with it to have a vacation? You bet. If you’re not willing to abide by the standards stated on the website, stay home. Now, of you are willing you are in for a treat. Reduced access means more runs per day. Less time standing in lift lines. My kids had three days of great skiing. My partner and I don’t ski, but enjoyed the hilltop skating. The snowshoe trail on the Orchard side was not well enough marked and in places intersected with the glade trail. The fat tire bikes were ok, the signs to access the bike trail were hidden by snow but so it goes. We stayed in one of the Mountain Walk units and were very comfortable.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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