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Cypress Mountain, West Vancouver, BC
P.O. Box 91252, West Vancouver, B.C. V7V 3N9
Top of Cypress Bowl Road, Cypress Provincial Park , Exit 8 off Hwy 1, West Vancouver

Phone: 604-926-5612
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vertical/longest run

610m (2,010 ft)/ 4 km

#lifts/capacity

7 / 5,800 per hr

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 20.00
Youth(13-18): $ 36.00
Adult(19-64): $ 49.00
Senior(65+): $ 32.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

13/35/37/8%%

average snowfall

622 cm / 20ft

season

mid Dec-mid Apr

Accommodation

West Vancouver, North Vancouver

Comments

Unsurpassed wide open bowl skiing with one of the longest seasons anywhere. The Official Freestyle Skiing and Snowboard Venue for the 2010 Olympic Winter Games. The Most Runs (52) of the North Shore Mountains, with night skiing on all major runs, serviced by 9 lifts! Snowtubing hill with 7 chutes. Most popular scross-country resort in Canada, with over 19 kms of groomed trails (7 km lit for night skiing) and 2 warming huts.



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Grouse Mountain Resorts Ltd. North Vancouver, BC
6400 Nancy Greene Way, North Vancouver, BC, V7R 4K9

Phone: (604) 984-0661 Fax: 604-984-7234
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vertical/longest run

384m 1,260f / 1.6 km

#lifts/capacity

10 / 5,500 per hr

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 25.00
Youth(13-18): $ 45.00
Adult(19-64): $ 58.00
Senior(65+): $ 45.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

13/56/24/8%

average snowfall

305 cm / 10ft

season

Nov - Apr

Accommodation

North Vancouver

Comments

Only 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver with stunning views. Grouse Mountain has snowmaking capabilities on 75% of its runs. It also has first rate Night Skiing from 4 -10 pm, Snowboarding terrain parks, and snowshoeing trails.



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Hemlock Resort, Harrison Lake, BC
North of Harrison Mills, Follow Highway1, then 9 to Lougheed (Scenic 7) Highway, head west to Morris Valley Road
20955 Hemlock Valley Road, Hemlock Valley, B.C. V0M 1A1
Phone: (604) 797-4411 Fax: (604) 797-4440, toll-free 1-866-515-6300
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vertical/longest run

366m 1,200ft / 2.2 km 1.5 mi

#lifts/capacity

4 / 4,000 per hr

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 25.71
Youth(13-18): $ 40.95
Adult(19-64): $ 50.48
Senior(65+): $ 37.14 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

20%/60%/20%

average snowfall

457 cm / 15ft

season

Dec-mid Apr

Accommodation

Agassiz

Comments

Hemlock is only 100 km (60 miles) from Vancouver, near Agassiz. This resort has both downhill and cross-country trail systems. This quaint alpine community includes a day lodge, log cabins, town houses, and condominiums.



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Manning Park Resort, Manning Park, BC
7500 Highway #3 Manning Prov. Park, BC (40 miles east of Hope) Mailing: 21-46244 Airport Road, Chilliwack, BC, V2P 1A5
Phone: 250) 840-8822 Fax: (250) 840-8848 Toll-free: (800) 330-3321
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vertical/longest run

427m (1,400ft) / 2 km

#lifts/capacity

4 / 4,170

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 32.00
Youth(13-18): $ 42.00
Adult(19-64): $ 52.00
Senior(65+): $ 32.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

30/40/30%

average snowfall

546 cm / 19ft

season

Dec-mid Apr

Accommodation

on mountain

Comments

Manning Park Resort is located in Manning Provincial Park. Manning Park offers a wide range of outdoor activities including hiking, canoeing, horse back riding, and swimming in the summer to skiing, cross-country, snowboarding, snowshoeing and ice skating in the winter, along with accommodations and fine dining.



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Mt. Cain , Port Hardy, BC
5050 Beaver Harbour Rd, Port Hardy, BC V0N 2P0

Phone: (250) 949-7669 1-888-668-6622
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vertical/longest run

457 m (1,499 ft.) /

#lifts/capacity

3 /

Lift Tickets

Child(6-12): $ 18.00
Youth(13-18): $ 30.00
Adult(19-64): $ 42.00
Senior(65+): $ 30.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

20%/45%/35%

average snowfall

300 cm (9.8 ft.)

season

mid Dec-early Apr

Accommodation

Vancouver, North Vancouver

Comments

Community ski hill for north end of Vancouver Island. The majority of the lower runs are groomed while the majority of the runs on the upper T-bar are left ungroomed for sheer powder pleasure.

Mt. Cain is 16km on a gravel road from Inland Island Highway #19, with turnoff 8 km south of the Woss turnoff (Chains are mandatory for going both up and down or take the 8:30 Shuttle bus from highway parking lot, by donation)



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Mount Seymour Resorts Ltd., North Vancouver, BC
1700 Mt Seymour Rd, North Vancouver, BC, V7G 1L3

Phone: (604) 986-2261 fax: 604-986-2267
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vertical/longest run

340m (1,115ft) / 2.4 km

#lifts/capacity

5 / 5,218 per hr

Lift Tickets

hild(6-12): $ 25.50
Youth(13-18): $ 45.00
Adult(19-64): $ 54.00
Senior(65+): $ 39.50 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

40%/40%/20%

average snowfall

1000 cm / 32.8ft

season

mid Dec-mid Apr

Accommodation

Vancouver, North Vancouver

Comments

Just 22 km from downtown, has the deepest annual snowfall (32ft) of all local mountains. 200 acres of ski terrain includes 21 trails, 11 for night skiing, snowboarding terrain parks, snow tubing & tobogganing runs, and snowshoeing trails.

Cross the Second Narrows Bridge, take the 3rd exit (#22) on to Mount Seymour Parkway to the Provincial Park. Turn left onto Mount Seymour Road (at the Mohawk Gas Station) and head 11 km up the mountain road.



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Mount Washington, Courtenay, BC
1 Strathcona Parkway, Mount Washington, BC V9J 1L0
Phone: (250) 338-1386 1-888-231-1499
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vertical/longest run

505m (1,657ft) / 4 km

#lifts/capacity

9 / 12,200 per hr

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 40.50
Youth(13-18): $ 63.25
Adult(19-64): $ 78.00
Senior(65+): $ 63.25 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

20/35/45%

average snowfall

792 cm / 26ft

season

Early December to mid April

Accommodation

Campbell River, Vancouver Island

Comments

Mount Washington has the largest vertical drop of any ski hill on Vancouver Island, and combines a variety of challenge with the Islands immense snowfall. Also facilities for Cross Country Skiing, Snow Tubing, Snowshoeing and Natural Luge.



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Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, Whistler, BC
4545 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, B.C. V0N 1B4
Phone: (604) 932-3434
Toll-Free: 1-800-766-0449
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vertical/longest run

1609m (5,280 ft) / 11.3 km

#lifts/capacity

33 / 55,400

Lift Tickets

Child(6-12): $ 60
Youth(13-18): $101
Adult(19-64): $ 119
Senior(65+): $ 107 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

15/55/30%

average snowfall

914cm / 30ft

season

Nov-Apr

Accommodation

Whistler

Comments

Unsurpassed wide open bowl skiing with one of the longest seasons anywhere. Also has the highest vertical drop in North America. Now with a Tube Park.




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