Vancouver’s Best Ski Deals

It’s shaping up to be a stellar season. Hit the slopes without blowing your savings by following our tracks to the best deals on the local mountains.

One Night Per Week Pass at Grouse
Meet your buddies on the peak of Vancouver one night a week with this $350 season pass. With more than four months remaining in the downhill season, you can hit the slopes every week starting now and it’ll only cost you about $20 a night. You can ride a different night every week and the pass includes a bonus lift ticket you can use anytime.

Guys Night Out, Girls Ride Free Monday Nights at Seymour
Date night just got cheaper. (Just remember to pick up a pass for your lady at a participating shop.) There’s no deal specifically for dudes, though specials abound at the Rock Chute Inn. Then again, isn’t a mountain full of babes enticing enough?

Gold Medal Card at Cypress
This $65 card is ideal for regular riders. You’ll get one free lift ticket and save 20 per cent every time you ski during the regular season and 40 per cent in the spring. Buy it here.

Ski Escape Package at Whistler
With a lift pass going for a steep $95, Whistler’s three-night, two-day package is the way to experience the resort. Starting from $113 per person, per night, you’ll get two days on the mountain and a deluxe studio to kick back in.

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Vancouver’s Best Ski Deals

Heading to the hills doesn’t have to break the bank. The local mountains are offering some stellar steals in the lead-up to the Olympics. We found the best deals.

After Hours Pass at Grouse
During the Olympics, Grouse is open 24/7; get an After Hours Pass for the Games ($150) to ski from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m., and enjoy live entertainment, late-night eats and drinks, Games highlights and more. 604-980-9311.

Guys Night Out, Girls Ride Free Monday Nights at Seymour
No, we are not suggesting you dress up like a Betty. Guys still pay, but make it a date with your lady and it’s like a two-for-one deal. Maybe she’ll even buy the beers. The weekly event starts tonight. Details here.

Learn to Ski & Snowboard Week at Seymour
Want to try snowboarding, but don’t want to invest a lot of money? From January 16 to 24, Seymour is offering two-for-one lesson packs that include a two-hour lesson, full-day rentals and lift passes for $99 a pair. 604-986-2261.

Ski Card at Cypress
The Ski Card ($56) gives you your first lift ticket for free, and 20 per cent off all regular prices. It also allows you access to the Nite Owl pass ($25), so you can own the runs after 7 p.m. Buy it here.

Pre-Olympic Ski & Stay Package at Whistler
Cuts tracks at Whistler before the Olympians move into town with this amazing deal (from $115 per person/night). You’ll also get a bonus one-day lift pass for your next trip. Details here.

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