Ontario and Quebec's winter resorts
Travel Don't spend the winter hibernating at home; warm up at one of these winter hotspots.
Blue Mountain Resort - Blue Mountains, Ontario
Travel distance: 90 minutes north of Toronto
Number of runs: 42
Vertical: 720 feet
Skiable terrain: 364 acres
New this year: Six brand new trails and 64 acres of new terrain in the Orchard making them Ontario’s largest ski resort.
Do not miss: The Village, home to family-friendly restaurants, taverns, shops, lodging and a wood burning bonfire to warm up beside!
Blue Mountain is an alpine ski resort in Ontario, Canada. It is situated on a section of the Niagara Escarpment just an hour and a half north of Toronto.
Photo credit: © Blue Mountain Resort
Ski Bromont - Bromont, Quebec
Travel distance: 6 hours from Toronto with easy access on the new Highway 30.
Number of Runs: 150
Vertical: 1,263 feet
Skiable Terrain: 7 slope sides
New this year: The trails are opening with 50 new snow guns! So expect a season packed full of snowy days.
Do not miss: Ski Bromont is North America’s largest night-skiing resort. With evening events throughout the winter this is not something you want to miss out on!
Mount St. Louis Moonstone - Coldwater, Ontario
Travel distance: 90 minutes from Toronto
Number of Runs: 36
Skiable Terrain: 170 acres
Do Not Miss: Their world class terrain parks: The Junkyard Progression Park and the Outback Super Park, considered to be the best terrain parks East of the Rockies along with the largest beginner terrain in Ontario, there’s something for every skill level.