Choose from Three Options
- C$39 for one full-day lift ticket and 2 hour tube-park pass (C$76 value)
- C$69 for one full-day lift ticket including ski or snowboard rental package and 2-hour tube park pass (C$117 value)
- C$29 for one cross country trail pass including a cross country rental equipment package (C$44 value)
The unlimited ski- or snowboard-rental package includes skis, boots, and poles, or a snowboard and boots.
Located one hour away from the skyscrapers and concrete landscape of Toronto, Horseshoe Resort has served as a welcoming and luxuriant refuge for more than 50 years, regardless of the season. The surrounding Copeland Forest creates a haven for outdoor winter activities whenever the snow begins to fall, ensuring that there are ample opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, and other seasonal fun.
With as many as 29 different runs open—ranging from easy downhill trails for beginners to double-black-diamond routes for experts—the resort’s alpine courses cater to skiers and snowboarders. Chairlifts ferry guests above the slopes’ machine-groomed powder all day long, and some lifts even continue into the evening for nighttime thrill seekers. A number of the trails wind through the mountainside’s terrain park, which includes 20 different features for experienced visitors looking to challenge themselves a bit more.
The 40 kilometres of groomed cross-country skiing trails weave and wind their way out from the resort, giving guests of all ages an opportunity to savour the majestic forest surroundings. Although visitors can coast along these meticulously manicured courses and enjoy a brisk aerobic workout, traveling on the Nordic trails can also be a low-key escape into the snow-blanketed wilderness.
Combining the adrenaline surge of alpine skiing with the ease of sitting down, the resort’s winter adventure park includes five chutes that send inflatable tubes safely hurtling down a slope. Although riders must be at least 42 inches tall, there is no age limit to use the chutes. Each tube can only seat one person, but families and friends are encouraged grab hold of each other and enjoy the downhill rush as one large, amorphously connected group of tubes
Located one hour away from the skyscrapers and concrete landscape of Toronto, Horseshoe Resort has served as a welcoming and luxuriant refuge for more than 50 years, regardless of the season. The surrounding Copeland Forest creates a haven for outdoor summer activities once the weather grows warmer, ensuring that there are ample opportunities for seasonal fun.
Slopeside Adventures' Skyline Zipline lets daredevils quickly soar 2,075 feet down the zipline and over picturesque scenery. More adventures wait at the end of that flight—maybe scrambling up a 32-foot rock wall, challenging your speed through our inflatable obstacle course, navigating your way through the maze, playing a round of mini golf, and much more.
Thirty kilometres of lift access takes bikers to the top of mountain trails, which satisfy all levels of rider, from beginner to the most advanced biking enthusiast. Those without a bike or who'd prefer to leave theirs at home can take advantage of the brand new fleet of rental cycles outfitted from Norco Bikes. Beyond mountain biking, Horseshoe Resort is surrounded by over 10,000 acres of single-track terrain, as well as 800 kilometres of paved rural roads.
More Things to Do
The above activities are just a taste of what summer days spent at Horseshoe Resort have to offer. The resort also runs two golf courses, a kids adventure camp, and a whole host of other onsite adventure opportunities such as adventure buggy tours, Yamaha motorcycle training, Segway & Hummer tours, and treetop trekking. Explore the resort's website to discover even more things to do.