Toronto to Blue Mountain Shuttle

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Professional chauffeurs

Travel confidently with expert chauffeurs delivering industry-leading quality, reliability, discretion, and more.
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Door-to-door convenience

Rest easy with door-to-door pick-up and drop-off — no waiting in lines or change of transportation needed.
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Set your own schedule

Schedule your pickup whenever you want, and leave departure boards and timetables in the rear-view mirror.
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Private Toronto to Blue Mountain shuttle

Ontario’s most popular ski destination is now reachable by Blacklane. With 365 skiable acres and 42 runs (30 of which are lit up for night skiing), Blue Mountain has long been a destination for winter sports devotees. Trust us for your Toronto to Blue Mountain shuttle, meaning you can avoid the crowds and hassle of public transport or bus shuttle before you arrive. Bringing your own equipment? Our five-seater Business Van/SUV Class means you’ll have plenty of room in the back for skis and boards. Combine practicality with luxury with a Mercedes-Benz V-Class, Chevrolet Suburban, Cadillac Escalade, Toyota Alphard or similar. Plans can change, and we know that. That’s why we offer free cancellation for all our Toronto to Blue Mountain transfers up to an hour before pickup time. If you’re arriving by air, our shuttles from Toronto International Airport to Blue Mountain offer a seamless transition to the slopes.

Stress-free solution

Booking our City to City rides as an alternative to flights, trains, or car rentals means avoiding the crowds and staying safe on your long-distance journey. Instead of enduring long lines and multiple interactions before you even hit the road, you just enjoy the comfort of a private transfer in a top-of-the-line vehicle.

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Blacklane for the slopes

When you make use of our Toronto to Blue Mountain shuttle, you’ll see why skiers and snowboarders across the world put their trust in Blacklane. We also offer rides between Toronto and a number of other locations, such as London Ontario and Niagara Falls.

Whether you’re in Canada, the US, Switzerland or Germany, we’re on hand to provide professional, private, flat-rate transfers to the front door of your chalet or cabin.

Frequently asked questions

How to get from Toronto to Blue Mountain?

You can get directly to Blue Mountain from Toronto by bus, car, or taxi. A bus journey is the cheapest option, and should cost around $45 with the Sharon Express.

How long is the drive from Toronto to Blue Mountain?

It will take around 2 hours 10 minutes to drive from Toronto to Blue Mountain. Check for up-to-date traffic reports before you head off. Ensure your car is properly prepared with winter tires if you are traveling in the colder months.

How far is Blue Mountain from Toronto?

Blue Mountain is 153 km (95 miles) from the center of Toronto.

Is there a train from Toronto to Blue Mountain?

There is no direct train from Toronto to Blue Mountain. The closest train station to Blue Mountain is the Allandale Waterfront Go Transit Station, some 60 km (37 miles) away in the town of Barrie.

What is the closest airport to Blue Mountain?

The closest airport to Blue Mountain is Toronto Pearson International Airport, 148 km (92 miles) away.

What is the best time to visit Blue Mountain?

For winter sports, the best and busiest time of the year to visit Blue Mountain is January and February, when both the quality and quantity of snow are at their highest. In summer and spring, the region offers incredible hiking and outdoor opportunities. Music and arts festivals light up the social calendar

How many ski trails does Blue Mountain have?

Over 365 acres of land, Blue Mountain has 43 ski trails, of which 30 are lit up at night for night time skiing. 

What is there to do in Blue Mountain?

Blue Mountain is a year-round vacation spot, despite its primary reputation as a ski destination. From luxurious spas and sandy lake beaches to breathtaking hiking routes and adventure parks, Blue Mountain has something for everyone

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