Things to do near Blue Mountain this Summer

Leisa Way

Leisa Way giving a taste of Dolly Parton

Enjoy Leisa Way sing her heart out as Dolly Parton in Rhinestone Cowgirl at Theatre Collingwood July 25 to 30.

Dan Needles talking about the idea behind Fair Play

Take in the premiere of Dan Needles’ Fair Play at Theatre Collingwood August 18 to 27.

The Gondola at The Village at Blue Mountain

Enjoy a gentle gondola ride past the treetops to the top of the Niagara Escarpment at Blue Mountain.

The slow ascent up the Niagara Escarpment by the Ridge Runner

Dare to take a thrill ride up and then DOWN! the Niagara Escarpment on Blue Mountain’s new attraction, Ridge Runner, Ontario’s first Alpine coaster.

Stairs to Standing Rock and caves

Refresh yourself in the cool crevices at Scenic Caves. For much more about one of the exciting elements at Scenic Caves, see our Summer issue feature on Standing Rock.

One of the pools and waterfalls at Scandinave Spa

Heat up, cool down and relax completely at Scandinave Spa.

Photos by Mike Davis except the last one, courtesy of Scandinave Spa.
Have you tried any of these destinations and experiences? What did you think? If you haven’t yet, would you like to?

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2 Responses to Things to do near Blue Mountain this Summer

  1. hemp June 30, 2011 at 12:39 am #

    …………..The pounding waves at Cave Point County Park in Door County slowly weather the fractured rock of the Niagara Escarpment… It extends from eastern Wisconsin through Michigans Upper Peninsula into Ontario Canada where it is designated a World Biosphere Reserve and on to western New York where Niagara Falls cascades over it giving the escarpment its name…..In Wisconsin the Niagara Escarpment is called The Ledge or The Bluff locally. Beginning with a few isolated outcrops in Waukesha County on the south the escarpment then disappears under glacial sediments until it re-emerges in Dodge County.

  2. Gloria July 10, 2011 at 7:33 am #

    This comment by “hemp” was in my spam filter, but it’s an interesting description of the Niagara Escarpment from a U.S. perspective. Although it doesn’t have anything to do with the Blue Mountains’ post, I think it’s worth adding to the blog. What do you think?

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