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Fees

Fees for 2017-2018 Season .

 
 
Day Pass
$15
Adults

$8
Youth (ages 6-18)

$8
Student

$8
Senior (65 years +)

$35
Family Pass
 
Season Pass
**PAY BEFORE OCTOBER 31***

Junior (6 to 15)
$70

Student (16 & older)
$173

Adults (19 to 63)
$280

Senior (64 to 74)
$205

75+ CATEGORY
FREE
Membership Form must be completed)
 
Season Pass
**PAY AFTER OCTOBER 31***

Junior (6 to 15)
$75

Student (16 & older)
$188

Adults (19 to 63)
$305

Senior (64 to 74)
$220

75+ CATEGORY
FREE
Membership Form must be completed)
 
Punch Pass
Punch will save you the hassle of having to pay each time you ski and save you money.

Adults (19 and over)
5 passes
$65

Youth/Senior
5 passes
$35

Family
3 passes
$80
 
Punch passes are available at the Ski Base Service Centre.

Spring Pass .

 
Spring passes are available each year from March 1 to end of season. Long days, warmer weather and plenty of sunshine makes this a very popular time to explore our trails. Trails are groomed until mid April, snow permitting.
  • Adults (19 and over) $75 Plus GST
  • Senior/Student $60 Plus GST
  • Junior $30 Plus GST
Age definitions are the same as for season memberships. Spring passes will be available online as of March 1 or at the Ski Base Service Centre. If purchased on-line, please pick up your trail pass at The Ski Base.
 

Other Important Information.

 
Voluntary Fee for Skiing with Dogs
Club members are allowed to ski with one or two dogs on designated trails. There is a voluntary fee for the purpose of generating revenue to help offset costs incurred for improvements and signage. Suggested voluntary fee for one dog will be $20 or $25 for two dogs.
Legacy Life Membership
A limited offer of 10 Legacy Life Memberships are being offered this season. Seniors who were born in 1951 or 1952 are eligible for this specail offer. Combined with the 75+ membership this payment covers the cost of ski club membership for the rest of your life! Fees are as follows: Born 1951 - $2050. Born 1952 - $2200. The fee is based on this year's rate with a small discount, but locked in for 10 or 11 years, so there will be a potentially significant saving for seniors over the period. The ski club board is making this offer in order to build up the cash reserves so that future needs are met. The hope is that seniors who have cash on hand, will invest in the future of the ski club to ensure its financial sustainability.