Other important things to know: You can get a passport card that you keep and reload online for lift tickets, making it a simple task. As you approach the lifts, the automated gates open, very cool. You can also add food money to your passport so that you don't need to carry money along. As far as weather conditions, before you leave you need to go online and check out their mountain cams! They're a great tool for helping you check out the daily conditions. No wasted trips here!!! And, of course, Private or semi-private lessons are hassle-free, and there's a great variety to choose from, depending on your needs and desires. By the end of the day you'll be enjoy many of their fun trails.
Sitting at the newly updated and expanded Summit Lodge, which is comfortable, lovely and the cleanest we've seen, you will find peaceful, spectacular views of the surrounding mountains. Actually, all of Blue Mountain is attractive, well decorated, and sparkling clean (including the rest rooms) and you just get a great feeling being there. There are plenty of bars and restaurants to enjoy while you're relaxing and taking a load off of your feet. The food is better than any lodge we've eaten at.
Bed & Breakfasts: The Roth House Bed & Breakfast is an inn that reflects the charm of a small picturesque hotel. It has quaint, classic mountain charm with epicurean delights to turn your Blue Mountain trip into a great getaway.
Bungalows and Rentals: Blue Mountain Bungalows. From quaint mountain cabins to luxurious all-season retreats these cabins are big enough for large families and they're perfect for reunions or weekend getaways. They're homey and rustic, and you'll feel like they're a home away from home.