Considering we’ve turned the clocks back, there’s no denying we’re into cooler weather now. And that’s great because it means the ski season is just around the corner.
Unfortunately, many people think this is a ‘down’ time here in Blue Mountain and that there are not many things to do. They figure the summer activities are done and the real winter fun doesn’t start until the snow flies and the skiing starts.
But Blue Mountain is a year-round resort! And the surrounding cities and towns are always full of activity too.
5 Things to Do in Blue Mountain and Collingwood in November and December
Here are just a few reasons to visit the Blue Mountain area this November and December.
- Fallicious – Now until November 30th, Blue Mountain Village – If you love a good meal in a great restaurant, you’ll love it even more during Fallicious. Whether it’s lunchtime or time for a nice supper, you’ll enjoy amazing discounts at many of the great restaurants throughout the Village.
- Collingwood Santa Claus Parade, Downtown Collingwood – November 17th – Santa Claus is coming to town! Head to Downtown Collingwood for the official launch of Christmas in the Collingwood and Blue Mountain area. The parade runs in the early evening to take advantage of the beautiful light displays. You can also visit Santa’s reindeer-in-training, see the lighting of the town’s Christmas tree and listen to carolers singing your favourite Christmas songs.
- Reinvent Your Business Retreat – November 24th, Blue Mountain Inn Conference Centre – Blue Mountain isn’t just for fun and recreation. It’s great for business too. At the Reinvent Your Business retreat you will learn how to analyze your business to identify what isn’t working for you. With the inefficiencies out of the way, the path forward to more fulfillment and rewards from your business is clear.
- Ring of Fire – A Johnny Cash Experience – November 24th – The Historic Gayety Theatre Collingwood – Collingwood is famous for its Elvis Festival, but this is your chance to celebrate the golden age of Johnny Cash’s career. A full band accompanies lead singer, Andy Vickers, as they bring to life the music and on-stage magic that was Johnny Cash in the 1950s and 1960s.
Even if you don’t visit one of these great events, there’s still lots to do in Blue Mountain in November. And if you’re looking for group accommodations in premium chalets, contact us here at Stay at Blue Mountain.