First, skiing around Toronto is a joke for anyone who used to live in a mountain region, as I did. These slopes can barely be called hills, but that’s OK if what you’re looking for is a few hours of family-time outdoors.
What’s not OK is the pricing.
No sign of recession in the price of the ski tickets around Toronto. Listed below are the prices for an adult at a few ski slopes we’re visiting every winter. If you live in Toronto, these are one-day trips.
resort adult cheapest adult all-day
Dagmar (Uxbridge) 38 45
Lakeridge (Uxbridge) 42.50 50
Horseshoe (Barrie) 28 42
Mount St.Louis (Barrie) 42 47
Snow Valley (Barrie) 32 46
Blue Mountain (best skiing) 45 66
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For up-to-date pricing, all above have websites; just copy/paste the resort name and then google it.