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Reviewed on Dec. 1, 2020
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Ski Hotel Guide in Collingwood
If winter is here and you’re raring to hit the slopes, you’re in luck. Grab your snow boots and make sure your goggles are in good order, because you’re about to embark on a skiing adventure in Collingwood, ON.
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You’ll find plenty to do when you book a hotel near ski areas in Collingwood.
Ride the chair lift to the top of the mountain. Take a deep breath of cold mountain air and pull your goggles down over your eyes. You’ve come all the way to Blue Mountain to swoop down its legendary slopes, but pause for a few seconds to look over the striking view below you. At Blue Mountain and other mountains around Collingwood and in greater Ontario, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, and even more sedate adventures like snowshoeing. If you wind up in the downtown area in the afternoon, you’ll find plenty of chilly activities to enjoy, from ice fishing on the frozen harbour to ice skating at the arena.
After hours of exciting snow sports, trade in your lift ticket for something a little more relaxing. If your hotel offers spa services, make sure you book a hot-stone massage or a reflexology session; hours of activity in the cold air will leave you wanting to warm up your chilly feet. This is still a vacation, after all – get as much R&R as you want!
Your ski trip will take you into the heavens – but the pricing for it shouldn’t. Come to Expedia.ca to book your trip to the snowy regions of Ontario today, and we’ll line you up with the top deals on hotels in Collingwood. Let us do the hard work while you work on lacing up your snow boots.