Downhill Ski Resorts

Did you know BruceGreySimcoe is a downhill paradise?  We have four ski resorts, we’re located in Ontario’s “ski and snow belt” and – bonus – we’re close to major urban centres, a short drive for a day or weekend on the slopes. 


  • Blue Mountain
    Ontario’s largest mountain resort is located near Collingwood in The Blue Mountains. It's also Ontario’s only four-season mountain village resort and definitely the place to be for those who love winter adventure. Amenities  include on-site accommodation and Blue Mountain Village with shopping, dining, events and attractions. 
  • Horseshoe Resort
    Nestled in Horseshoe Valley near Barrie, Horseshoe is smack dab in the centre of the snow belt.  Like Blue, accommodation is located right beside the ski hills, with restaurants, spa and family activities rounding out your getaway experience this winter.
  • Mount St. Louis Moonstone
    #gowherethesnowis and head to this family-oriented ski resort near Barrie. Lessons are offered for all ages, rentals are available and can be booked online .  Contact the resort ahead of time to ensure programs are available. There’s no accommodation on-site, so check out what’s nearby
  • Ski Snow Valley Barrie
    This resort caters to the family skiing experience, too.  Families with young children ages 3 to 5 can enrol their tiny tots in Ski'n Play and Board'n Play to introduce them to their first downhill experience. A variety of ski and board programs are available, too, for older children, teens and adults.

More Downhill Info

  • Winter Fun, Barrie
    Find info on Stay & Play packages, equipment rentals, other winter activities, events and snow conditions.

Adaptive Ski Programs


New to Downhill?  What to Expect

If you’ve never skied before, it can be a bit daunting to hit the slopes for the first time.  Never fear, help is at hand to ease you into this new and exciting winter sport. Our resorts have useful information to assist you with lessons and rentals available for first-timers.  Check out the links below to get started: 

Stay Safe on the Slopes

Be sure to protect yourself from the winter sun by wearing sunscreen (even on cloudy days) and protect your eyes with goggles.  Ensure that your skiing experience is both enjoyable and safe by following these basic tips from the Ontario Snow Resorts Association:

More Fun Winter Activities in BruceGreySimcoe

Have questions or comments?

Contact us