BLUE MOUNTAINS, ON – As the saying goes: records are meant to be broken and the winter of 2014 is no exception to that rule.  Throughout the province, winter records have been shattered by cold temperatures and abundant snowfalls.  As of Monday, April 21st, 2014, another record is set to be broken as Blue Mountain celebrates 140 days on-snow.
“Blue Mountain’s last record-setting season dates back to the winter of 2008 with 139 days on-snow,” said Paul Pinchbeck, Vice President, Marketing, Blue Mountain Resort.  “Breaking the record this season is not only a testament to the tremendous winter we’ve had, but also a reflection of Blue Mountain’s commitment to alpine sports and long snow seasons.”
Guests of Blue Mountain are invited to celebrate the 2013/2014 season with a number of activities scheduled to take place on Saturday, April 19th, weather and conditions permitting.  
April 19, 2014
Mountain Egg Hunt (9:00am – 10:00am)
Head over to the Century Express chairlift behind the Blue Mountain Inn and search for Easter eggs hidden all across the trails in the Century pod.
Big Bunny Best Trick Rail Jam (10:30am – 12:00pm)
Located in the Badlands Terrain Park, this competition is free to enter for those with a valid park pass.
Retro Pond Skim & Best Splash (1:00pm – 2:30pm)
Register at Blue Mountain Inn for your chance to jump the puddle and make a splash.  Competition is free to enter with a valid lift ticket.
Annual Egg Race (3:00pm)
Purchase an egg and send it down a river course in this winner takes all, four-heat event, with a cash prize up for grabs!
Blue Mountain’s weekend operations for Friday, April 18th to Sunday, April 20th include day skiing and snowboarding from 9:00am to 4:30pm with three chairllifts running (Silver Bullet Express, Century Express and Weider Express), and access to the Easy Street Learning Centre.  On Monday April 21st, chairlift access will be limited to the Silver Bullet Express and Century Express, as well as, the Easy Street Learning Centre.  Exact trail count is still to be determined pending weather and snow conditions.  For updated information regarding trail count and mountain conditions, guests can visit