Ski Season Is Happening Across Canada This Winter & We Know What's Open
COVID-19 can't keep Canadians off the slopes!
With the never-ending uncertainty that COVID-19 brings, manyare probably wondering if they would get a chance to hit the slopes come winter.
And the simple answer is yes.
Many provinces in Canada have already given ski resorts the greenlight to go ahead with snow shredding season. So grab your skis and snow pants and prepare for some super fun times.
Here are five ski resorts in Canada that plan on opening their doors to Canadians and would do it at the first sight of snow, if they had it their way.
Cypress Mountain (Vancouver)
Price: Starting at $359 (For adult season pass)
Address: 6000 Cypress Bowl Rd., West Vancouver, BC V7V 3N9
Why You Need To Go: This West Vancouver snow joint is the perfect place to test your ski skills, with 53 ski runs to chose from.
Blue Mountain (Ontario)
Price: The season pass is $339 for young adults and $399 for adults.
Address: 190 Gord Canning Dr., The Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 1C2
Why You Need To Go: Said to have the highest vertical hill and having the most runs of any public hill in the province, this ski resort is not one to miss.
Sommet Edelweiss (Quebec)
Price: Between $119 and $179.00
Address: 538 Ch Edelweiss, Wakefield, QC J0X 3G0
Why You Need To Go: With five ski hills, 156 trails, 6 ski schools, and over 700 certified instructors, you can ski in style and safely.
Lake Louise Ski Resort (Alberta)
Price: A full day ticket is $124.
Address: 1 Whitehorn Rd., Lake Louise, AB T0L 1E0
Why You Need To Go: This beautiful ski resort is described as vast and varied. It has 4200 skiable acres and is said to be one of the largest ski lands in North America.
Holiday Mountain (Manitoba)
Price: A full day ticket is $47.
Address: 12 Later Way, La Rivière, MB R0G 1A0
Why You Need To Go: This very charming ski resort is the best place to get privacy and enjoy a weekend getaway. Which is made easy thanks to their private chalet-style cabins that go for $129 per night.