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SnowPass for Kids in Grades 4 & 5

Taking your kid skiing (or snowboarding) just got a whole lot cheaper! SKICANADA.ORG has set up the SnowPass for kids in grades 4 & 5. For just $29.99 your child can ski 2 times at hills across Canada! Complete the online registration and you are in! Sign up is open
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Grouse Mountain Skiing in Vancouver
Grouse Mountain: Skiing & More

  Join the 1.2 million people who visit Grouse Mountain annually! Located just 15 minutes from downtown, Vancouver’s premier attraction offers the perfect destination for a variety of cultural, educational and outdoor adventures. With 26 ski and snowboard runs, 14 night runs, 4 chairlifts, 2 terrain parks plus the Cut
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7 Family Friendly Ski Hills in BC – Drivable From Downtown Vancouver

What makes a ski hill family-friendly? Is it the easier runs, the kid-oriented lessons, the daycare programs, the restaurants which understand kids can be picky eaters? A family ski holiday is never a cheap endeavour so you want to ensure the experience is enjoyable for everyone in the family. We’ve
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Cross Country Skiing
Cross Country Skiing Near Vancouver

Does anyone else cross their fingers and toes for snow every year? Yes, I’m one of the snow-lovers. I know many people in Metro Vancouver aren’t fans of the white stuff (at least not fans when the white stuff falls any place other than the mountains). But last winter offered
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Mt Seymour Rock Chute Grill
Apres Ski Reward? Check Out the Mt Seymour Rock Chute Bar & Grill!

Less than 365 days ago this middle-aged momma took her first ski lesson. After the first lesson, the season was over and I assumed my dabbling in skiing was done. I tried it, I didn’t break any bones, and I was good to carry-on with my non-skiing lifestyle. However there
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Skiing at Mount Seymour
Lessons & Family Fun at Mt Seymour

I wish I skied. I don’t and as the years keep passing my willingness to hurtle down a mountain wane ever more. But I don’t want my scaredy-cat attitude to influence my kids. While competitive skiing isn’t an aspiration (at least not yet), I’d like my kids to feel comfortable
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