Photo courtesy of The Westin Trillium House, Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain Resort
Playing a Round
While I am firmly in the camp dedicated to the premise that golf is a nice walk spoiled, if I were ever to take up the sport I’d try it at Monterra. (Note: one nice way to ease in and practice your short game is back at the Blue Mountain Village at the Cascade eighteen-hole putting course.)
If you already know what you’re doing, you’ll love this Thomas McBroom-designed course with its numerous ravines and creeks, and its 86 bunkers.
Serious golfers rate the course both challenging and rewarding and it offers spectacular views of the nearby mountain (the name means, “at the bottom of the mountain”).
It’s a par 72, 6,581-yard course.
Best yet, as a member of the Audubon Society Cooperative Sanctuary Programme, Monterra means you can golf guilt-free.