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Something horrible has happened: an extended family of inbred zombies has invaded beautiful Blue Mountain Ski Area this Halloween! You can run, you can hide, but what would be the fun in that? Experience “Terror on the Mountain,” at Blue Mountain every Friday and Saturday through November 2nd! Haunted Hayrides are $15 and start at dusk both nights. Click here to buy online and save!
Looking for some fun without the fright?
Then join us at Blue’s Mountain Harvest Festival; it’s full with fun kid-friendly activities! Get lost in our four-acre Amazing Maize corn maze. Take a free hayride to pick pumpkins, and then paint them with the family. There will be jump amusements for the kids and plenty to eat and drink. And that’s just the beginning! There’s no better way for families to celebrate the spirit of Halloween than at our Harvest Festival! Located in the Valley at the base of Blue Mountain, enjoy free parking & admission from 12-4pm every Saturday and Sunday until November 2nd. (Events are weather dependent so be sure to check for updates at www.skibluemt.com and on Facebook.)
After you enjoy all the fun and frights, take the family up to the Slopeside Pub and Grill! Slopeside is open Friday & Saturday 11am to 11pm and Sunday 11am to 9pm. Click here to learn all about Slopeside. Blue Mountain’s Sports Store is also open starting Saturday, October 12th from 11am to 7pm and will be open Sunday 11am to 5pm, closed on Mondays and open Tuesday through Friday 10am to 7pm.