6 Places to Ski Near Vancouver This Winter

The chairlift at Grouse Mountain in Vancouver

Chairlift on Grouse Mountain. Photo: Tourism Vancouver/Kazutoshi Yoshimura

Feel the swish of snow beneath your feet and the cold wind in your face: ski season is almost here! Due to COVID-19, the 2020/21 ski season will be a little different, but Vancouver’s local resorts are committed to safety and have put measures in place to ensure you can ski and ride this winter. Here’s everything you need to know about how to ski in Vancouver this winter at six local ski resorts. Continue reading:
6 Places to Ski Near Vancouver This Winter

Vancouver Ski Hills are Open! Here’s What’s New for the 2019/2020 Season

Skiing at Whistler Blackcomb

Photo credit: Destination BC/Robin O’Neill

Vancouver is spoiled for choice when it comes to skiing and snowboarding. We have three local mountains on the North Shore, plus three more a short drive away to the north and east. With three of the ski resorts open already and the remaining three scheduled to open in the next week or two, we’re getting excited about hitting the slopes. Here’s what you can look forward to at each resort for the 2019/2020 season.

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Vancouver Ski Hills are Open! Here’s What’s New for the 2019/2020 Season

$15 Lift Tickets for Ladies Every Monday Night at Mount Seymour

mount seymour ladies night

Photo by Emma Paillex on Unsplash

Mount Seymour is the place to be on Monday Nights in January and March when they host their Shred for the Cause “Locals Edition” on Mondays starting January 22, 2018.

For just $15, women of all ages can ski or ride in support a local, community-based charity called The Bloom Group. Of course, men are also welcome to enjoy the evening as well, but a lift ticket will cost $33.

The event will be held from 5:30pm – 10:00pm every Monday from January 22 – March 26, 2018 and supports a great cause.

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$15 Lift Tickets for Ladies Every Monday Night at Mount Seymour

Ladies can Ski or Ride for Just $10 on Monday Nights until March

Shred for the Cause Vancouver 2017

Image courtesy of Mount Seymour | Evan Beer Photography

Monday nights are becoming the best night of the week starting January 23, 2017 when ladies are invited to Mount Seymour to shred for the cause to support a local, community-based charity called The Bloom Group.

Every Monday night until March 27, 2017, you can ski or snowboard at Mt Seymour for as low as $10 (feel free to donate more) with $5 of every lift ticket going to The Bloom Group.

Monday night ladies nights are a great way to give to a good cause and provide more opportunity for women to spend some extra time on the slopes. (Men are invited as well, evening lift tickets cost just $33).

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Ladies can Ski or Ride for Just $10 on Monday Nights until March