As the only North Shore mountain still open for spring skiing and riding, Grouse Mountain’s good spring ski conditions are the perfect opportunity for skiers and riders to bid farewell to the snow season during this weekend’s festivities which will also feature an outdoor barbecue.
“We are thrilled to welcome skiers and snowboarders to Grouse Mountain as we celebrate our final weekend of the 2013/14 snow season,” said Grouse Mountain general manager Michael Cameron. “We couldn’t think of a better way to say goodbye to winter than by inviting our first 1,000 visitors to the Peak of Vancouver to ski or ride for free.”
As the 2013/14 snow season winds down, this weekend also marks the final opportunity to purchase a 2014/15 Y2Play Pass which provides passholders with up to 80 percent off regular pass pricing. Since its inception during the 1999/2000 winter season, more than two million skiers and riders have enjoyed the exclusive benefits and steep discounts of Grouse Mountain’s Y2Play Pass which can be credited for helping create a new generation of skiers and riders in British Columbia.
Widely acknowledged as the best value for a snow pass in North America, the 2014/15 Y2Play Pass introduces a student category at an amazing rate of $279 along with additional brand-new exclusive features including a pre-loaded food and beverage credit and ten percent off food purchases, along with special discounts on rentals, lessons, retail and mountaintop activities.
Furthermore, Y2Play’s unparalleled Ski 5, Ski Free value means that passholders need to ski or ride just five times for the pass to pay for itself. For more information and to purchase, please visit Y2Play.ca.