Ontario Ski Resorts

Ontario skiers and snowboarders have an array of winter sports options thanks to ski resorts located near the its provincial capital city of Toronto, Canada’s capital of Ottawa and even as far as northern Ontario.

Blue Mountain, Ontario’s largest ski resort, and Mount St. Louis Moonstone are both a quick two-hour trip north from Toronto. There are also some smaller ski resorts located just outside of the city such as Hidden Valley Ski Resort and Horseshoe Resort.

Calabogie Peaks Resort is located near the Canadian Capital city of Ottawa, in Eastern Ontario. Farther to the West in Thunder Bay, located on the Western shore of Lake Superior sits Loch Lomond Ski Area.

Click on any resort below to find out ski and snow reports for Ontario resorts, or click on the other tabs for information on Ontario resort stats, chairlifts or user reviews of Ontario ski areas.


Most Popular Articles

Snow report 13/11/19: The powder just keeps on falling! ©facebook | Hintertuxer Gletscher

Snow report 13/11/19: The powder just keeps on falling!

Ski resorts in Italy and Austria have recorded more than a metre of powder in the last 48 hours and there's more to come!


Resorts with more than 20cm of powder