Photo courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort
Your Own Personal Rollercoaster
Back in the day, you used to ride up the chairlift to your favorite ski run gliding high above a twisting sort of riled rattlesnake track of concrete that squirmed through the woods below, riding a sort of modified go-kart in an activity that always struck me as near-suicidal.
That’s long gone, but they’ve replaced it with a very cool excursion that’s basically your very own rollercoaster.
It’s every bit as serpentine as its forebear—think a rollercoaster through a downhill forest—and it’s a blast. The railed track is elevated and you ride it—luckily controlling your own speed—down the mountain over a course that’s nearly a mile long.
I don’t do rollercoasters, so I was hesitant. Loved it. Would do it again tomorrow. And the next day. And the …