Whether you shred, jib, carve or snowplow your way down the slopes, we’ve got you covered! Read on for the Family Fun Toronto Guide to Downhill Skiing around Toronto and the GTA…

2021/2022 Season Updates:

  • Ontario remains in the “Modified Stage 2 of the Roadmap to Reopen” until at least January 26, 2022.
  • General rules for reopened hills include mandatory masks, pre-registration, limited capacity and social distancing. Guests are encouraged to get dressed at home or in the parking lot as use of change rooms may be restricted during this time. For more detailed information, visit the 21/22 season updates provided below for each resort.
  • City of Toronto downhill skiing and snowboarding centres are opening for the season on January 15 (Earl Bales) and January 17 (Centennial).

Blue Mountain Resort

**See 21/22 season update here**
Located 90 minutes north of Toronto, Blue Mountain is the largest in the province! A great day trip for a family who loves to hit the slopes together.
Address: 190 Gord Canning Drive, Blue Mountains, Collingwood
Website: www.bluemountain.ca


**See 21/22 season update here**
This hill has something for everyone with 22 runs, 2 terrain parks, 4 quad chairs, 3 T-bars, 2 chalets and a magic carpet. Night skiing is available on 11 runs.
Address: 4098 Regional Road 9, Orono
Website: www.brimacombe.ca

City of Toronto Skiing & Snowboard Centres

The city of Toronto manages two small centres that are a great place to learn and practice locally. The Centennial Park Centre is in the Etobicoke district and the Earl Bales Centre is in the North York District.
Address: Centennial Park Ski & Snowboard Centre, 256 Centennial Park Road, Etobicoke (*Opening January 17)
Earl Bales Ski & Snowboard Centre, 4169 Bathurst Street, North York (*Opening January 15)
Website: www.toronto.ca

Dagmar Ski Resort

**See 21/22 season update here**
Dagmar features a Learn to Ski Kids Corral, 2 magic carpets, 4 chairlifts including 2 quads and 2 triples, 18 runs and a large terrain park.
Address: 1220 Lake Ridge Road, Uxbridge
Website: www.skidagmar.com

Glen Eden Ski & Snowboard Centre

**See 21/22 season update here**
A small resort in the beautiful Niagara Escarpment in Milton. It features 6 lifts, 15 slopes and 3 terrain parks.
Address: 5234 Kelso Road, Milton
Website: www.gleneden.on.ca

Hockley Valley Resort

**See 21/22 season update here**
Forty-five minutes north of Toronto, this luxury resort features 15 scenic ski and snowboard runs for all levels, including an upper and lower freestyle terrain park.
Address: 793522 Mono 3rd Line, Mono
Website: www.hockley.com

Horseshoe Resort

**See 21/22 season update here**
The closest major hill to Toronto, Horseshoe is a fun winter destination for families living in the GTA! There are 29 runs, perfect for any level. Home to Ontario’s longest beginner’s carpet and best progression terrain park.
Address: 101 Horseshoe Valley Road, Barrie
Website: www.horseshoeresort.com

Lakeridge Ski Resort

**See 21/22 season update here**
A popular resort with 23 runs and terrain parks spread over 70 acres.
Address: 790 Chalk Lake Rd, Uxbridge
Website: www.ski-lakeridge.com

Mansfield Ski Club

**See 21/22 season update here**
A ski resort 80 kilometres northwest of Toronto, Mansfield features 17 beautiful slopes, seven lifts, freestyle terrain, exceptional amenities and exciting off-snow experiences. A private ski club with access to non-members on Thursdays & Fridays only.
Address: 628213 Side Rd 15, Mansfield
Website: www.mansfieldskiclub.com

Mount St. Louis Moonstone

**See 21/22 season update here**
A great family owned ski resort near Barrie. There are 36 slopes, 9 lifts and 3 carpets.
Address: 24 Mount St. Louis Road West, Coldwater
Website: www.mountstlouis.com

Snow Valley

**See 21/22 season update here**
A family owned resort with a focus on family fun. A great place for beginners that offers 20 runs and 3 lifts.
Address: 2632 Vespra Valley Road, Barrie
Website: www.skisnowvalley.com

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