Mt. Timothy projected opening slated for Dec. 15

Mt. Timothy Ski Area has put out a notice letting the public know it will not be opening Dec. 8-9, as scheduled.

Mt. Timothy Ski Area has put out a notice letting the public know it will not be opening Dec. 8-9, as scheduled.

Instead, the local ski area has pushed the date back to its next projected opening day, Dec. 15, due to a lack of snow at the hill.

Currently the Mt. Timothy Ski Area is hosting its stocking stuffer sale with multiple deals on passes until Dec. 24.

Stocking stuffers are available at 100 Mile Sports Shop and at Williams Lake Honda.

Mt. Timothy’s holiday schedule sees the slopes open daily from Dec. 22 to Jan. 6, but closed Christmas day.

For more information on Mt. Timothy Ski Area contact guest services at 250-396-4095 and for up-to-date snow information call the snowphone at 1-877-392-1446.

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