Is it cheaper than buying it in November? How much do you actually save by buying it now?Today is the last day for getting next year's blue pass at this year's price, you can even just pay 50$ now and the remainder next year.
Thanks for the heads up Nick. Does it give you the option to only pay $50 online? If so I can't find it.It'll likely go up 20$ or more for next year's early bird price, and after november is the standard price which is more.
I know I'm getting the pass every year so putting 50$ down now to save 20$ later is an easy decision since I have the cash right now.
Car rental and flight are booked. Arriving Friday night Norm and more details to follow.or you could jump on a plane and head out west with chrome-binder.
The garden can wait…spring is in the air and snow is still on the slopes allowing us to re-open for another weekend of skiing and riding under the sun. Weather and conditions permitting, the central area of the resort will be open, Saturday, April 18th and Sunday, April, 19th, 2009.
The hill will open for day hours (9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.) and the Silver Bullet High Speed Six and Easy Rider Magic Carpet will provide access to our central runs. The TELUS Park will also re-open with walk up access for those with a Park Pass and helmet.
Discounted lift ticket rates will be in effect for non-passholders and exclusively for this weekend all Passholders will have access to the slopes for FREE:
Adult/Youth/Senior Super, 5x7 and Night Value Passholders
*(all prices +GST)
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Looks like Blue is still opened this weekend! Too bad I got plans!
They were still talking about Norm's experience a few days later at Whitewater I think the term "crazy Albertans" was used a couple of times (love you Normie, but it's true!)Haha. Yeah the hike out kinda sucked... pretty insignificant compared to Norms though. Love Mt. Begbie beer! Favourite is the Tall Timber ale. Have you been to the Cabin yet? Awesome place for booze and bowling (but watch out the tall boys start to add up $)
*ha* yeah, they were saying its been a pretty quiet year with regards to rescue, so a couple 'crazy albertans' hikin' out of the backcountry is most definitely one of the highlights of their season. it ranks up there as perhaps the most physically and mentally challenging thing i have ever done in my life. shit was beyond gnarly.They were still talking about Norm's experience a few days later at Whitewater I think the term "crazy Albertans" was used a couple of times (love you Normie, but it's true!)
wikkid! lookin' forward to shredding you, chrome-binder. setting phasers to stun, son!Car rental and flight are booked. Arriving Friday night Norm and more details to follow.
nice. you hiked blaster's ridge. the little bit of extra powder payoff you get at the top of catch basin is so worth the hike.Trekkin' at Whitewater