Welcome to a bikers paradise. Explore some of the best road biking and cross country biking here at Blue Mountain. Blue Mountain and Grey County offer some of the best scenic views paired with distance and elevation that will really test your skills. Stop into the Village, park your bike and revitalize and recharge at one of our restaurants, grab n go spots or open spaces areas. 
Blue Mountain Village Bike Parking
The Village is excited to announce its newest feature, the Vilage bike valet! 

What does the valet include?
  • Lots of bike parking monitored by Village ambassadors

What are the hours of operation?

  • 9 am to 6 pm Saturday & Sunday
Where is the valet located?
  • In the season's parking lot
Why Stop at the Village?

Even bikers need a break! The Village is the perfect place for any road biker to stop before (or after) their trek up the mountain. With over 25 restaurants and grab n' go spots to choose from, you can snack, nibble, sip, refill or mow down on a hardy meal - whatever you're in the mood for.

Please note that if you have a large item that you'd like to store, we are happy to valet that item for you as well (for free!).
Biking at Blue

Blue Mountain has brought three new types of biking experiences to the Mountain including cross country, e-biking and fat biking. Whether you're interested in biking on the trail along the mountain or to the beach, there's an option for every adventure. This year, Blue Mountain is also offering Bike Rentals with top-of-the-line TREKK bikes and more.

Click here to learn more about this Mountain attraction.
Road Biking

Ideal for all ages, hybrid & road bikes. Blue Mountain Village is in the center of a road biking mecca. Blue Mountain provides access to the picturesque Beaver Valley where riders can enjoy cycling and culinary delights along the Apple Pie Trail. Options are endless on a road bike. More information on trail routes can be found through Visit Grey CyclingOntario by Bike, and Visit South Georgian Bay.
Recreational Trail Riding

Ideal for all ages, trails are hard-packed to accommodate both hybrid and road bikes. The Georgian Trail is a 32km tightly packed gravel trail that runs from Collingwood to Meaford near Highway 26. It has numerous access points along the way, including: Northwinds Beach, Craigleith Provincial Park (Day pass required), Blue Mountain Beach and snack bar, Thornbury Harbour, Bayview Park and Meaford Harbour.

Much of the trail passes along the south shore of Georgian Bay with ample opportunity to rest and swim during the summer months. Maps can be downloaded here, or found at Tourism offices in Collingwood and the Visitor Information Centre in the Village. Blue Mountain Resort also offers bike rentals.