Things To Do In and Around Blue Mountain in October, 2018

Things to do in Blue Mountain in October 2018 | Stay At Blue Mountain

If you’re looking for things to do in Blue Mountain this October, you really don’t have to plan anything to enjoy your stay. October paints the entire area around Blue Mountain with the vibrant colours of autumn. So just going for a walk is a treat for your senses. And the views from the top of the Mountain are more spectacular than usual.

But, just in case you like to have a ‘things to do’ list of events and options when you visit to Blue Mountain, here are just a few items for this October.

October 6 to October 8 – Blue Mountains Apple Harvest Festival

You might think that a place that’s famous for skiing in the winter and boating and festivals in the summer wouldn’t have much going on in October. But it’s not so and the Apple Harvest Festival is a perfect example.

With events in both Blue Mountain Village and nearby Thornbury, festival visitors can enjoy lots of free family activities, including fish ladder viewing, live music, Apple Pie Trail, scavenger hunts, lots of apple-related fun, hiking, biking & fall driving tours.

October 13 – Everest Challenge

Want to be part of the first of what promises to be a much-anticipated annual event? And help support the Collingwood General & Marine Hospital? Then the Everest Challenge is for you.

The Everest Challenge is an exciting, new event in which teams of 2, 4, 5, 8 or 10 will climb the mountain together enough times to equal 29,092 feet, the height of Mount Everest.

October 27 – Jersey Seasons: A Tribute to Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons

The historic Gayety Theatre in downtown Collingwood, just 10 minutes drive from Blue Mountain Village has been entertaining guests for over 100 years.

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons started entertaining their fans over 50 years ago. What happens when you bring together these two historic entertainment icons? The Jersey Seasons is fronted by Gavan Rousseau and backed by the Gem Tones. The result is a tribute to Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons that’s difficult to tell from the original.

If you and a group of family, friends or work colleagues would like to enjoy any of these events while staying in premium chalet accommodations, contact us here at Stay at Blue Mountain.