Spring Break

February 19th, 2021


Plans for the coming holidays?

Spring Break is a time to kick back & relax, time to experience adventure and quality moments  with your bubble of friends and family. We are lucky to be surrounded by beautiful mountains covered with thick pillows of pristine snow, so get your kiddies off the screens and get them geared up for the outdoors.

 What about spending Spring Break at your favourite Fraser Valley’s Alpine playground?

We’ve got something for every type of skier or boarder. Immaculate groomers, small lift lines, tree runs, and seemingly endless powder. Being one of the only mountains in the Lower Mainland with on-hill accommodations, you can peacefully stay in one of our many partners cabins located right in the village for that ski in, ski out experience. 

Check some accommodation options here:


If you’re not a rider, you can still slide your heart out while Tubing on one of our eight lanes of tumbling fun, you can snowshoe through one of our accessible trails or simply sit back and soak in the mountains. This is the ultimate all-inclusive experience for you and your dear ones. 

Activities for all at Sasquatch Mountain Resort:


Children lift tickets start as low as $19 dollars, book in advance or during weekdays!

Plan your local vacation with us, enroll your little ones in a lesson to broaden their skills with one of our professional and friendly instructors, and don’t forget to stop in at our main lodge for some tasty grub and some all around good times. We’ve got plenty of options for your tummies, join us at our pub Molly’s, at the Cafeteria, at Scoops for hot food on the go, or at The Chalet restaurant, offering cheesy and chocolate fondue experiences.

Where to eat:


We may not be able to have any events this season, but that doesn’t mean we can’t all celebrate the snow and our incredible mountains. This year we’re taking skiing and snowboarding back to its roots – besides, who needs another reason to come enjoy the empty slopes?

Remember, nothing screams Spring Break more than strapping on some planks and heading up Hemlock Valley Road for some great times in the snow. 


Here is a reminder that everyone on the mountain has to wear proper face masks. This includes children and adults, whether you’re in lift lines, during instruction sessions, inside the lodge, walking around the resort or heading to the washrooms. The only time they can be removed is while riding or eating. Remember to keep your social distance of 6 feet to others outside your bubble while in lift lines and around the resort to keep everyone safe.