Skiing and Snowboarding in Simcoe Muskoka

The Simcoe Muskoka region is a great area to enjoy winter activities. This guide will help you discover where the best places to ski and snowboard are this winter within the Simcoe County and Muskoka regions.

Snow Valley

Located in the community of Snow Valley in Springwater Township, Snow Valley has been named one of the Best Ontario Hills for kids. This is a great place to learn how to ski as it’s known to have easier riding slopes, in addition to some of their more difficult slopes.

Horseshoe Valley

Located in Oro Medonte just one hour North of Toronto, Horseshoe Valley Resort is a popular place for locals and visitors alike. They have 29 different slopes that are suitable for a range of skill levels and over 30 kilometres of groomed cross-country skiing trails. Explore the natural beauty of the Copeland Forest and enjoy the quietness of Oro-Medonte as you ski. Cross-country ski trails are marked with levels of difficulty and length.

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Mount St. Louis Moonstone

Mount St. Louis Moonstone is the largest family-owned ski resort in Ontario. This resort has always been known for being family-friendly and accommodating for all skill levels. They have 36 different slopes of all different skill levels making it easy to learn or advance your skills.

Blue Mountains

Blue Mountain Resort is another popular destination for skiing and snowboarding. They have many different slopes as well as a terrain park for freestyle. In addition to their ski-as-you-go, they also offer youth lessons, camps, and programs in racing, downhill skiing, and freestyle.

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Hidden Valley Highlands

Just two and a half hours from Toronto, Hidden Valley Highlands offers a large terrain for skiing and snowboarding in Huntsville. In addition to their slopes, they also have a riding park for freestyle skiing.

Where will you go skiing or snowboarding this winter?

-The BDAR Team

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