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4 Reasons to Getaway for a Girls Weekend in Blue Mountain

Before the hustle and bustle of the holiday season sets in, plan some time to for a girl’s weekend at Blue Mountain Resort. Here are four reasons to get away:

The Views

No matter the season, Blue Mountain is picture perfect. Late fall is a great chance to admire the final fall colours, and take in the mirror-like Mill Pond before it freezes for the winter.

Tip: If you make it to the mountain before ski-season, challenge the girls to take one of the hiking trails up the mountain to earn that extra glass of wine!



The Food

Blue Mountain’s Fallicious runs at restaurants throughout the village until December 3rd, 2015. Indulge in fall comfort food with Oliver & Bonacini’s Sticky Toffee Pudding, or Copper Blue’s Surf & Turf menu. Get a healthy start at Pottery Restaurant with their Yogurt Parfait topped with homemade granola!

Tip: Take some time to discover the Apple Pie Trail in Blue Mountain & area to round out your fall dining experience.

O and B

Copper Blues

Pottery Restaurant

The Spa

Nothing’s better than a spa day with the girls, and one of Blue Mountain’s iwa spa fits the bill perfectly. (Not to mention, it just won Top New Spa in the 2015 Canadian Spa & Wellness Awards!)

Indulge in a treatment with locally sourced products, then stay a little longer and try out one of their restorative yoga classes, in their  Gan•ban rock sauna – the perfect way to warm up after a day exploring the village in the cool fall weather.

Iwa 1


Iwa 2

The Crafts

To add a touch of creativity to your girl’s weekend, head to Crock a Doodle, and paint your own pottery. Whether you have an idea of your own, or make use of the of inspiration books on-site, this creative girls experience will be something to remember – plus, you come home with a custom piece of pottery!

Travel tips

Where to Stay: The Westin Trillium House at Blue Mountain has you in the heart of it all, walking distance to the village with great views of the mountain.
Sample Driving Times:
From Toronto, 2 hours
From London, 3 hours
From Sudbury, 4 hours

For more information, visit Blue Mountain Resort here.

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