SnowPass for grades 4-5 available

Snowstorms have been pelting B.C. this week, and with all the snow comes lots of fun over the holiday season.

Snowstorms have been pelting B.C. this week, and with all the snow comes lots of fun over the holiday season.

To help, the Canadian Ski Council (CSC) is offering up its Grade 4 and 5 SnowPass — a pass that will grant three free lift tickets at each of the participating ski areas all across Canada.

Applications for the SnowPass program were distributed to elementary schools across Canada in the fall and can be completed online by visiting www.snowpass.ca.

If this is your child’s first time skiing or snowboarding, the CCS has you covered — sign up for an economical Discover Learn to Ski or Snowboard package, which includes a lesson, lift ticket and equipment rental at a low price.

The SnowPass program is available across Canada and is valid at 32 ski areas in B.C., 19 in Alberta, one in Saskatchewan, two in Manitoba, one in the Yukon, 33 in Ontario, 57 in Quebec and eight in Atlantic Canada.

For a full listing visit www.snowpass.ca.

Grade 4 and 5 SnowPass information and applications are available online at www.snowpass.ca.

For more information on the Grade 4 and 5 SnowPass program contact the CSC at 705-445-9140 or e-mail info@snowpass.ca.

The Canadian Ski Council is a national, not-for-profit ski and snowboarding organization whose mandate is to increase participation in recreational skiing, snowboarding and cross country skiing in Canada.

The CSC was founded in 1977.

 

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