Intrawest, the company that owns Whistler/Blackcomb, also owns Blue Mountain. Given Whistler's pet-friendly ambience, it's not surprising that four-legged family members are also welcome at this Collingwood, Ontario, resort. The Tyrolean Village is a rugged, bring-your-own-towels resort. One to four pets are allowed. There is no extra charge for pets, but a cleaning fee will be assessed if your pet messes up the cabin. The resort has a designated pet park, where you can walk your dog. Pets can remain in the room unsupervised, but if your dog is noisy, you may be asked to leave without refund. Blue Mountain has 17 percent beginner terrain, 42 percent intermediate and 41 percent advanced terrain.
796455 Grey Road 19, Unit 1
Blue Mountains, Ontario, Canada L9Y 0N8
The Bark Park
#2 345 First Street
The Inn at the Horseshoe Resort charges a $25 per night pet fee and a one-time $25 cleaning fee. Two pets are allowed. You can leave your pets in the room unsupervised, but noisy dogs will be charged an additional $25 fee. The inn has an 8,000 square-foot fenced-in dog park. Horseshoe Resort's 25 trails consist of 31 percent beginner terrain, 17 percent intermediate and 52 percent advanced terrain.
Barrie, Ontario L4M 4Y8, Canada
Hidden Valley Resort
The Hidden Valley Resort, located in Muskoka, Ontariom welcomes pets under 40 pounds. Larger pets require special permission from management. There's a $35 per night fee and a two-pet maximum. Guests must inform the front desk if they will be leaving their pets unattended. There are no local pet boarding services. Hidden Valley is a small resort with 11 trails. Four trails are for beginners, four are for intermediates and three are for advanced skiers and snowboarders.
HV Hidden Valley Resort
1755 Valley Road, Huntsville, Ontario P1H 1Z8
Article Written By Lisa Mercer
In 1999, Lisa Mercer’s fitness, travel and skiing expertise inspired a writing career. Her books include "Open Your Heart with Winter Fitness" and "101 Women's Fitness Tips." Her articles have appeared in "Aspen Magazine," "HerSports," "32 Degrees," "Pregnancy Magazine" and "Wired." Mercer has a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the City College of New York.