Why I Chose the IKON Pass Over the Epic Pass This Season

OK – I did it.  I bought the IKON ski pass – and I’m super excited about it!

The other day I wrote a post about trying to decide whether to buy the EPIC Pass or the IKON Pass, and I decided to go with the IKON Pass.  

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Skiers and Boarders Searching for POWDER? Check Out Big Sky Resort

It looks like it may turn out to be another excellent season for skiing and boarding and all snowsports.  If your favorite resort doesn’t yet have the optimal conditions you are looking for, you might want to check out Big Sky Resort in Montana, home of the Biggest Skiing in America, where the POW has been totally EPIC.

 

Whistler Blackcomb to Host Never Ever Days for New Skiers April 9 & 10

Whistler Blackcomb logo300 Adults New To Skiing/Snowboarding Can Purchase a Lesson, Lift Ticket, Rental Gear & Après For Only $25
The extremely popular Never Ever Days program is back at Whistler Blackcomb for its springtime debut. Never Ever Days give adults who want to learn to ski or snowboard the opportunity to give it a try. For only $25 participants receive rentals, a lift ticket, a lesson, and the all-important après. The program runs on April 9 and 10, coinciding with the World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF), and is open to all British Columbia and Washington State residents ages 19+. There are 150 packages available for each day and it does sell out quickly. Continue reading “Whistler Blackcomb to Host Never Ever Days for New Skiers April 9 & 10”

Whistler Blackcomb Extends Season Due to Above Average Snowfall

Whistler Blackcomb Mitch Winton - Coast Mountain Photography - March 18Skiing and Snowboarding Will Continue on Blackcomb Mountain Through to May 30

WHISTLER, BC March 21, 2016 – After officially surpassing its average annual snowfall of 1,163cm (458in), Whistler Blackcomb has decided to extend its ski season by an additional week, pushing the closing date of Blackcomb Mountain to May 30, 2016. Whistler Blackcomb has received 1,177cm (463in) of snow so far this winter, and with a current snow base of 339cm (133in), Whistler Blackcomb is primed to deliver excellent conditions for skiing and riding through the spring. Whistler Mountain’s last day of winter operations will remain April 17Continue reading “Whistler Blackcomb Extends Season Due to Above Average Snowfall”