There are many different types of detached houses and condos to choose from in the Blue Mountains area. Located conveniently at the base of the mountain at 152 Jozo Weider Blvd, the Weider Lodge Condos is a hotel complex which houses 98 suites varying in size from studio apartments to 3 bedroom suites. The sizes of the suites range from 467 sq. Ft. to 1354 sq. Ft. The building has a stunning classic ski lodge design with a fireplace and rustic furnishings and décor that give it a historical theme. Owners in the Weider Lodge have a great view of the mountains and easy access to the ski hills.
There are many amenities available at the Weider Lodge. For instance, you can take a dip in the outdoor pool or the year-round hot tub. There is also a fitness room and sauna for exercise lovers. The games room is also a great place to hang out with friends and family within the Weider Lodge. Bike storage is provided for bike owners and heated underground parking. The suites are sold furnished at prices ranging from $150,000 to $550,000 depending on the size or number of bedrooms. Get in touch with our team for more details about the Weider Lodge and other properties in the Town of the Blue Mountains.
The Town of the Blue Mountains is a four-season, world-class tourist and active lifestyle community situated in Grey County, Ontario where the Beaver River flows into the Georgian Bay. The town was formed in 2001 when Thornbury was amalgamated with other towns and villages in the area. The town’s territory includes communities of Thornbury, Banks, Camperdown, Christie Beach, Castle Glen Estates, Craigleith, Duncan, Clarksburg, Gibraltar, Swiss Meadows, Kolapore, Heathcote, Lora Bay, Little Germany, Ravenna, Loree, Red Wing, Victoria Corners and Slabtown.
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.
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.