December 8th, 2020

What to Expect on Your First Day at the Mountain. 

What better way to show you than a quick video?

Psssst… Spot the Sasquatch ?


This year will be slightly different at Sasquatch Mountain Resort but it doesn’t mean we aren’t going to shred our hearts out as per usual! We implemented a “new normal.” Our enthusiastic visitors will have to follow some simple but necessary rules, for a safe & fun experience!

Step 1: Get a coffee, book your products/activities online and we’ll prep it for you onsite. 

Step 2: Grab your car, drive up here and find a killer parking spot. 

Step 3: Make your way, sliding crawling or jumping on one leg towards one of our 3 outdoor “Will Call Windows” which are located on the right side of the main lodge entrance.

Step 4: Say hello! Show your ID and collect your RFID card, loaded with the products you pre-booked online! This card is now yours for this and all future seasons to upload your next tickets/activities from the comfort of your own home! Remember to upload your picture to your account before coming, to activate your card.

Step 5: If you pre-booked your rentals online, head towards the outside door of the rental shop at the front of the building. Respect the “safe zone stops” to be served. The Sasquatch family will guide you through picking up your boots, boards and skis in no time.

Step 6: You’re good to go riggity ride! 

Step 7: At the end of your day and if you have a Season Rental Pass, well… Congrats! You can bring your gear home, and skip the rental process on your next visits up the mountain. For daily rentals, return your gear to the same location you picked it up from in the morning. 

Ps. Starving after your day of riding?? We have plenty of options to fill your belly…come visit us at one of our 5 fantastic food outlets around the mountain!

Little heads up riders, online booking is mandatory this year, so plan your visits in advance to access our greatest deals! 

We are limiting our capacity to protect our guests, staff and community. We strongly recommend our riders follow the constant evolution of the Health Regulations within their home community. We are in the Fraser Valley area and all the information and recommendations can be found on this website:

We are taking all the necessary efforts to flatten the curve and make this season one to remember. More on our Covid-19 protocols here ?