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Blue Mountains - Ski Touring
This is an expansive range of mountains better known for snowmobile recreation. Most of the mountain tops are in the 5000-6000' range. Although they are are subtle and undulating, there are some steep drainages worth skiing (and these can be accessed easily by snowmobile). Most importantly, these mountains can generate a lot of snow! The snow tends to be wetter snow compared to some of the neighboring higher mountains, so expect to see some maritime-type snow dumps during some of the storm systems.
Two ski areas exist in the Blue Mountains, Spout Springs and Bluewood. At times they struggle for snow, but other times they can have more than enough to deal with. Snowmobiling is popular because of the flat and wide open ridges and meadows that are loaded with logging roads and limited wilderness boundaries. An extensive snowmobile trail network exists in the Blues. Nordic trails also exist, mostly as ungroomed non-motorized areas near snow parks.