Pedal & Paddle the Blue Mountains

Location

May Long Weekend to
October, during gondola

operating hours

Contact

Dates

Blue Mountain Resort

Guest Services Building

Grand Central Lodge, Ann Heggtveit Dr,

The Blue Mountains

What you will need:

 

  • Hybrid or Mountain Bike (bring your own or rent)

  • Helmet (a must!)

  • Water Bottle 

  • Appropriate layers - check out the forecast

  • Sunblock

  • Sense of adventure!

  • Camera 

Duration

Price 

Details

This adventure is a 40km ride that will take 4 to  7 hours depending on ability & stops along the way.

$60.00 per person + tax 

($124 + tax with bike rental)

Self guided tour with map

provided, bike rentals available

 

What's included? 

 

Upon purchase you will receive the map of the route, tickets for the gondola, lunch at Black Bird Pie Co. and the 1-hour paddling experience. Paddling includes storage for your bike, all equipment and transport to the launch. 

Designed after the popular cycling adventures in Europe, the Pedal Paddle Adventure is an Ontario Signature Experience. This self guided, 40km ride combines the ease of loading your bike on the Blue Mountain gondola with the beauty of rolling hills surrounded by Apple Trees. The
1-hour paddle is the perfect rest for your legs as you driftdown the Beaver River in your choice of Stand Up Paddle Board, Kayak or Canoe.  Don't miss out on what might just be your best adventure in Ontario this season! 

Try this with the entire family, a group of friends, or your special someone - and have a full day of healthy fun! 

How does it work?

First head to Activity Central in the Guest Services building at Blue Mountain Resort. Here you'll be given your gondola ticket, lunch voucher, and paddling ticket plus your self-guided map. 


Next, walk just 50 steps over to the Blue Mountain Gondola where the staff will load your bikes on to the racks while you are whisked up Ontario's only open-aired Gondola. 

Once at the top of Blue Mountain - stop & marvel at the majestic view over the expanse of water known as Georgian Bay (some call it Canada's 6th great lake it's that big!), then cycle 40km through the scenic Beaver Valley orchards on quiet country roads. Stop for a picnic lunch at Blackbird Pie Co., just steps from the launching point for your gentle 1-hour paddle down the winding Beaver River. Return to the Village via the protected Georgian Trail along the shoreline of Georgian Bay.Runs daily, subject to Blue Mountain gondola operating hours. Gondola is open daily at 10am from May to October.

Get in Touch

796455 Grey Road 19, Unit 2
Blue Mountains, ON
L9Y 0N8

705-444-7398

info@bluemountainvillage.ca

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