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La Niña Season

December 6th, 2020 We are truly blessed this season to be in the midst of a weather pattern called La Niña. What this means is lower temperatures than usual, equaling an average of 3 to 5 degrees colder than normal. This is great for the ski season, as it translates to more champagne powder than ever. Living in the Fraser Valley brings weather that is prime conditions for farming, usually lots of rain and a fair bit of sunshine. The Fraser Valley is also known for plenty of snow, however this year will be better than ever with the presence of La Niña, which translates in Spanish to “Little Girl.” This complex weather pattern happens every few years, resulting from variations in ocean [...]

La Niña Season2021-01-10T13:13:44-08:00

Molly’s Long Weekend Sendoff

September 9th, 2020 This past long weekend was the last weekend for the summer season of Molly Hogan’s Pub & Grill being open. We want to thank everybody whole-heartedly for showing up and making Molly’s a success for the first year we’ve been open during the summer. With the help of our amazing food and beverage staff we managed to feed many hungry bellies, and supply beers to thirsty patrons throughout the Hemlock Valley. Many people showed up to send us off for the last day, including many familiar faces and plenty of new ones as well. We had a two-man band playing on the deck to provide our guests out in the sunshine with some well deserved good vibrations. Thanks gentlemen!  Most people [...]

Molly’s Long Weekend Sendoff2020-12-16T12:13:23-08:00

Season Pass Renewal Discount

June 10th, 2020 On March 16th we had to make the extremely difficult decision to close Sasquatch Mountain in order to prioritize the health and wellbeing of our guests, community, and employees. We want to thank you again for your understanding and cooperation during the challenges we faced this winter. As the dust begins to settle, we've had some time to reflect on the past season and want to ensure you know how much your support is appreciated, while recognizing the inconvenience of unforeseen closures due to COVID-19. This season, we would like to offer 2019/2020 season passholders a 10% discount when you renew your 2020/2021 season pass online. Details on how to claim this offer have been emailed directly to all season passholders from [...]

Season Pass Renewal Discount2020-12-16T12:14:21-08:00

Level 1 CSIA Ski Instructor Course

November 15th, 2019 What an amazing opportunity we have for all of you out there looking to dip your feet into the waters of snowsport instructing. Sasquatch Mountain offers the Level 1 Ski  CSIA course to teach you how to teach others to ride. If you love to ride and want to spread your passion like butter, instructing is absolutely the right job for you. There is nothing better than getting paid to ski and do what you love for a winter of fun! We even sweeten the deal by offering to pay for the course. You receive half the payment for your level 1 when you start working here at Sasquatch and the rest when you complete the season, we pay for half [...]

Level 1 CSIA Ski Instructor Course2020-12-16T13:36:41-08:00

What to Look Forward to this Winter at Sasquatch

November 15th, 2019   Tis the season to be jolly, to get together with those you love and slide down the slopes of Sasquatch Mountain. Hemlock Valley has always been the place to visit with friends and family in the winter time. Who can resist getting their picture taken with the giant carved sasquatch, virtually empty lift lines, skiing fresh lines all day and partaking in the many festivities that come along with the Resort! Below is a list of some of the new activities and happenings that will be guaranteed to spread joy throughout the winter season for anyone coming from far and wide:   Be one of the first ones to ride our new Blue Chair Replacing the two-person red Skyline chair [...]

What to Look Forward to this Winter at Sasquatch2020-12-16T13:37:29-08:00

Snow Report

Road Conditions
Open
Past 24 Hours
0
Past 48 Hours
0
Alpine Base
467
Lodge Base:
467
Total Annual Snow:
1359
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