The closest ski hill is Boler Mountain .. and use the word mountain very loosely.... more of big hill.
Whether there will be enough snow - real and/or man-made - will be something you'll need to gauge closer to the time.
Otherwise look at Blue Mountain in Collingwood. It too is not a mountain, but a bigger hill than Boler.
Boler is called the Byron Bump by locals, So that gives you some idea of the size, Kitchener (Chicopee) and Milton (Glen Eden) also have facilities. Your best bet would be to book a few days up at Blue Mountain. Book accommodations early- it gets busy during the Christmas break.
The weather around London may be too warm still for skiing at the end of December.
Blue Mountain Is kind of far but I would recommend it too. We always don't have lots of snow on the ground by New Years Day. I recall it raining in Toronto the night before NYE a few years back in 2011. Blue Mountain is quite a ways north of Toronto so that is good, there likely will be lots of snow up there by new years day
" there likely will be lots of snow up there by new years day" .. not necessarily. Many winters there has not been enough real snow, or temperatures low enough to make it until well into January.
I differ with post #5 . The latest opening date ever was Dec 30 2015 at Blue Mt,Edited: 18 August 2017, 15:06
I am throwing out one more suggestion. How about going to Ellicottville, New York just south of Buffalo? It is a little further than Blue Mountain but we like it much better. It has a greater variety of runs and seems to be less crowded. We find Blue very steep with very few Greens/Blues. We take our children 22 and 20 and they love the blacks and we have our fun on the Greens/Blues. Our Canadian dollar doesn't go as far but for us it is worth it.
The problem is the temps, late Dec isn't certain to have bellow freezing temperatures.
Frankly I have given up on skiing in Dec or Jan, for one I'm getting old and the other reason is its either too warm or too cold in early winter. It be warm enough for rain but then a cold front brings heavy snow and then for the next week or so very cold temps with lots of wind gusts. Plus the daylight hours are very short.
In Feb- March on sunny days its much more fun to go skiing
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