Blue Mountain Real Estate Agents

The Blue Mountains is a wonderful place to live work and play. It offers the best of all four seasons. From Georgian Bay to The Niagara Escarpment, there is something for all ages.

If you are interested in properties for sale in The Blue Mountains Ontario or would like to look at some homes please don’t hesitate to call or email me. We will get you all the MLS listngs that fit your criteria as soon as they hit market.

Realtor

Jill Does

Realtor®

My Real Estate Team

209820 Highway 26 W, Unit 4
The Blue Mountains, ON
L9Y 0L8
705-331-3341


The Blue Mountain Real Estate Agent

The Blue Mountains is a community in Grey County, Ontario, Canada, near the mouth of the Beaver River, which runs into Nottawasaga Bay. Because it is named after the Blue Mountain, the town’s economy is based on tourism, especially the Blue Mountain ski resort and the private Georgian Peaks, Osler, Craigleith, and Alpine Ski Clubs.

When the Town of Thornbury and the Township of Collingwood merged on January 1, 2001, the town was born. The L.E. Shore Memorial Library, named after the founding partner of the architectural company Shore Tilbe Irwin + Partners and created by the firm, is located in Thornbury.
On August 20, 2009, a tornado struck the Blue Mountains area during the Southern Ontario Tornado Outbreak. Before going out onto Georgian Bay, the tornado swept through Thornbury and impacted Craigleith.

Blue Mountain Realtor

The Blue Mountains offer a variety of leisure opportunities throughout the year. Winter sports like as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing are particularly popular. Hiking, downhill/cross-country riding, an expensive mini putt, the Ridge Runner, and events like Met Con Blue are all available during the summer. If outdoor activities aren’t your thing, The Village at Blue Mountain includes a variety of boutiques, coffee shops, restaurants, hotels and chalets, as well as golf courses, all within walking distance. The Scandinave Spa, which is nestled on 25 acres of natural Ontario birch, and the Scenic Caves are both less than a 5-minute drive away. Craigleith Provincial Park lies on Highway 26 near Blue Mountain Resort.

The Bruce Trail runs through some of the town’s neighbourhoods. Mountain biking and cross-country skiing are available in the Kolapore area, as well as rock climbing at Metcalfe Rock and the Duncan Crevice Caves Nature Reserve.


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The Blue Mountains Communities

Thornbury is the city with the most people. Banks, Camperdown, Castle Glen Estates, Christie Beach, Clarksburg, Craigleith, Duncan, Gibraltar, Swiss Meadows, Heathcote, Kolapore, Little Germany, Lora Bay, Loree, Ravenna, Red Wing, Slabtown, and Victoria Corners are also included in the town’s jurisdiction.
Thornbury

The Blue Mountains Geographic info

Population:     7,025 (+8.9% from 2011)     6,453 (-5.5% from 2006)     6,825 (+11.6% from 2001)

Land area:     287.24 km2 (110.90 sq mi)     287.23 km2 (110.90 sq mi)     286.78 km2 (110.73 sq mi)

Population density:     24.5/km2 (63/sq mi)     22.5/km2 (58/sq mi)     23.8/km2 (62/sq mi)

Median age:     57.6 (M: 57.7, F: 57.6)        50.6 (M: 50.1, F: 51.0)

Total private dwellings:     6,477     6,200     5,619

Median household income:     $78,490        $59,061

Notable people from The Blue Mountains

Captain Charles Stuart – Anglo-American abolitionist who assisted liberated slaves in making their way to Ontario via the Underground Railroad.

Cecil Dillon — NHL hockey player from the 1930s
Walter Trier is a German-Czech illustrator.

The Blue Mountains FAQ

What is Blue Mountain known for?

Recreation. The Blue Mountains offer a variety of leisure opportunities throughout the year. Winter sports like as skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing are particularly popular. Hiking, downhill/cross-country riding, an expensive mini putt, the Ridge Runner, and events like Met Con Blue are all available during the summer.

Is Blue Mountain a real mountain?

It turns out that there isn’t a single ‘blue mountain’ in Southern Ontario, either as a settlement or a geological feature. The resort is located in the 287-square-kilometer township of “The Blue Mountains,” Ontario, which was established in 2001.

Can I walk around Blue Mountain Village?

Guests may criss-cross the mountain from Blue’s southernmost slopes to the peaks in the north on nearly 30 kilometres of hiking paths. During Park Hours, which correspond to Gondola operating hours, trails are patrolled. You hike at your own risk after Park Hours..

Sources and Notable Links

Town of The Blue Mountains, ON: Home Page

https://www.thebluemountains.ca

THE CORPORATION OF THE TOWN OF THE BLUE MOUNTAINS will support our diverse community by managing change through innovative leadership, fiscal responsibility.

Blue Mountain Resort: Ontario’s Summer & Winter Destinationhttps://www.bluemountain.ca

Visit Ontario’s only year-round mountain resort and spa – Blue Mountain Resort. Enjoy world-class skiing, golf, spas & dining. Book Your Vacation Online.

Travel Resource on The Blue Mountains

https://www.bluemountain.ca › mountain

Blue Mountain, Ontario’s largest mountain village resort, is nestled on the shores of Southern Georgian Bay and spans across the beautiful Niagara …

The Blue Mountains, Ontario – Wikipedia

https://en.wikipedia.org › wiki › The_Blue_Mountains,…

The Blue Mountains is a town in Grey County, southwestern Ontario, Canada, located where the Beaver River flows into Nottawasaga Bay.

Blue Mountains Tourism 2021 – Ontario – TripAdvisor

https://www.tripadvisor.ca › … › Blue Mountains

Although the name suggests otherwise, the Blue Mountains is an actual town in Grey County that consists of several small communities including Thornbury, …

BMVA – Visit Blue Mountain Village – Ontario, Canada

https://bluemountainvillage.ca

Let’s Get Exploring! Visit Blue Mountain Village With Confidence. Amazing shopping and dining, access to family fun mountain attractions, hiking and cycling …

Things to do in Blue Mountain and Collingwood, Ontario – The …

https://theplanetd.com › North America › Canada

Best Things to do in Blue Mountains Ontario · 1. Scenic Caves Eco Adventure · 3. Blue Mountain Suspension Bridge · 4. Scandinave Spa · 5. Explore …

Blue Mountains | Grey County’s Official Tourism Website

https://www.visitgrey.ca › communities › blue-mountains

Ontario’s #1 all-season destination has it all: Skiing and boarding in winter; golf, swimming and cycling in summer.

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