Friday, February 22, 2008, North Vancouver, BC -
2008 marks 10 years of Grouse Mountain’s Y2Play pass. A limited number of passes go on sale today and allow holders to enjoy unlimited skiing and boarding from now until the end of the 2008/09 season, with a savings of up to 80% off the regular rate. Quantities are limited and demand is high as this opportunity always sells out. 

“Our goal with the Y2Play pass has always been to afford the opportunity for more skiers and riders to participate in winter sports,” says Grouse Mountain General Manager, Michael Cameron. “This is hands down, the greatest value snow pass on the continent and is responsible for creating a whole new generation of skiers and riders.” 

Efforts like Y2Play have contributed to Grouse Mountain seeing over 1 million winter sport enthusiasts enjoy skiing and riding. In addition to the great value of Y2Play passes, the sustained children’s rate will secure the future of winter sports.

 Y2 Play 2008 Rates Full Winter Pass Savings Adult $295 $730 $435 Youth(13 – 18) $195 $525 $330 Child (5 – 12) $50 $315 $265 Senior (65 +) $95 $525 $430 Tot $25 $40 $15 Family (2 adult & 2 youth/ children) $725 $1775 $1050 

With this season’s snowfall reaching epic levels, there’s still plenty of skiing and riding to take advantage of. For additional information about Grouse Mountain, and a full roster of what’s happening at the Peak of Vancouver, visit our News and Events section.

Announcements

The Grouse Grind is CLOSED. The lower portion of the BCMC is closed Monday to Friday while trails upgrades are underway from April 4th to June 30th. Detour along the Baden-Powell and Larsen Trails. More information on the Metro Vancouver website. 

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