Why does everyone think the summer’s over as soon as September comes and the kids go back to school? Most of September is still summer! So this year, instead of being down about the end of summer, check out some of the things to do at Blue Mountain in September and make the summer last as long as possible.
Canada’s Only Guitar Trail
It’s the first weekend after Labour Day and the summer fun continues right on the mountain. The Guitar Trail lets you discover and enjoy dozens of guitarists in Blue Mountain Village and up the mountain hiking trail. If climbing the mountain isn’t possible for you. You can take the gondola to the top and enjoy the music on your way back down to the Village.
Once you get there, you’ll enjoy the featured concert by legendary Canadian rocker Colin James!
September 15 & 16
Whether you’re a regular racer, or you’ve never thought you’re good enough to enter an organized cycling event, the Centurion Blue Mountain is for you. With a motto of “Racers Race, Riders Ride”, cyclists of all ages and abilities can enjoy this well-organized ride through the areas around Blue Mountain. Routes include food stations along the way, OPP traffic control, and medical and mechanical support.
Creemore Springs Oktoberfest
It’s Oktoberfest in September! Roll out the barrels, dust off your lederhosen and head to Blue Mountain Village. You can enjoy German-inspired food and drink, and traditional live music, dances, games, family-friendly activities and much, much more.
Even if you don’t visit for a formal event. There are still lots of things to do in Blue Mountain in September. If you need great accommodations for a group of family, friends or work colleagues, be sure to check out the premium chalets we have for you here at Stay at Blue Mountain.