Mountaintop Segway Tours at Blue Mountain Resort




Ever wondered what it would be like to explore Blue Mountain’s vast wooded terrain all while effortlessly gliding on a Segway Personal Transporter? Well now you can! When visiting Blue Mountain, be sure to take in a Mountaintop Segway Tour where you can enjoy a picturesque off-road trek along the top of the Niagara Escarpment with your family.

We start with a scenic open-air gondola ride en route to our Mountaintop Segway adventure. The tour begins at the top of the mountain with a training session, getting you familiar and comfortable with riding these state of the art 2-wheeled Segway transportation devices. The training area has plenty of room to practice and maneuver around, to get the feel of your Segway. Once training is complete, you feel confident and very comfortable riding a Segway. Then were are off on our scenic tour.

Segway Personal Transporters are a fun, safe, and eco-friendly way to enjoy the beautiful scenic trails. The Mountaintop Segway Tour at Blue Mountain will have you gliding along stunning views of Blue Mountain Village and the Georgian Bay. You must  be 16 year of age and older to operate a Segway transportation device.

For more information, visit: www.bluemountain.ca.

Some shots taken along our Segway Tour...




Lead Photo ©Blue Mountain Resort. All other Photos ©Toronto4Kids.
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