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Pink Shirt Day – Bullying Stops Here!

Bullying Stops Here! Show your support for a great cause: February 24th, 2021 is Pink Shirt Day. This is a day to wear pink to symbolize a stand against bullying! The COVID-19 pandemic has affected us all and shown the importance of helping one another and advocating for those who need it. Together, with Gray Monk Estate Winery, we can “lift each other up”. Bullying is a major problem in our schools, workplaces, homes, and online. Over the month of February, and throughout the year, CKNW Kids' Fund's Pink Shirt Day aims to raise awareness of these issues, as well as raise funds to support programs that foster children’s healthy self-esteem.  The original event was organized by David Shepherd and Travis Price of Berwick, [...]

Pink Shirt Day – Bullying Stops Here!2021-02-24T09:11:04-08:00

Spring Break

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 [...]

Spring Break2021-02-19T11:41:10-08:00

Weekday #sassypic Photo Contest

WEEKDAY #SASSYPIC CONTEST January 30th, 2021 Win Exciting Prizes Every Week! Including free weekday lift tickets, new gear and more. We are so fortunate this season to be able to safely ride our local mountains while being in the midst of an exceptional La Niña season, bringing boatloads of fresh snow to British Columbia! We had the chance to open early and now, almost at the end of January, we have a snow base of almost three meters! There’s no better time to experience this fluffy freedom than during the week when nobody else is around, meaning FRESH lines without LIFT lines! Starting on Monday, February 1st, we’re launching a PHOTO CONTEST dedicated to our weekday warriors, to share good vibes and images of [...]

Weekday #sassypic Photo Contest2021-02-16T15:40:35-08:00

Off-Roading at SMR

July 22nd, 2020 A Notice to Trail Users, It’s exciting to see that the sport of off-roading and motorized vehicles are growing at Sasquatch Mountain and the surrounding area! As stewards of this land, we want to ensure that we are working with the off-roading community to educate trail users and minimize the impact this sport could have on our terrain and environment. In an effort to protect our skiable terrain and integrity of our trails, we request that you respect our posted boundaries pertaining to travelling within our CRA (Controlled Recreation Area). Please note, that any area within the skiable boundary is off limits to motorized vehicles outside of company maintenance vehicles, service providers and SMR contractors. Motorized access through the CRA [...]

Off-Roading at SMR2020-12-16T12:15:32-08:00

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

Sasquatch Mountain Resort is Closed

April 6th, 2020 Sasquatch Mountain Resort is closed - please do not enter - no trespassing Although it may be tempting for us mountain lovers to get out on the mountain in these conditions, for the sake of everyone's safety please do not sled, toboggan, skin or hike up and ride on the slopes or use the snowshoe trails within the resort boundaries. The mountain is closed and no access of any kind is permitted to the trails and/or areas within the controlled recreational boundary. Motorized vehicles are NOT permitted, and any access to terrain is NOT permitted. Our ski patrol team is no longer on mountain and avalanche data is no longer available, please exercise increased caution as conditions change daily. During this time of COVID-19 our [...]

Sasquatch Mountain Resort is Closed2020-12-16T12:16:15-08:00

Alert: Operating changes amid COVID-19

Alert: Operating changes amid COVID-19 Update - March 16, 2020 Dear Passholders/Loyal Guests, The safety and wellbeing of all Sasquatch Mountain Resort guests, staff and local residents is of the utmost importance to us, and we have continued to monitor local and global developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19) while being in constant contact with local health officials for guidance during this time. Our guests, staff and community are at the heart of what we do and we feel it is our responsibility to do our part in reducing the potential spread of COVID-19.  Our team has been working diligently to ensure the health and safety of our guests, staff and community however those efforts can never fully limit the potential risk.  Given this, we [...]

Alert: Operating changes amid COVID-192020-03-16T17:04:39-07:00

Final Men’s Monday!

March 16th, 2020 Today at Sasquatch Mountain: Come out for the final Men's day of the season, it's going to be a beautiful sunny day here at the mountain! Don't forget to be in Molly's at 4:00pm for extra special prizing as we cap off the Men's day celebrations of 2020. COVID-19 Awareness: In the interest of the safety and well being of all Sasquatch Mountain Resort guests and staff we continue to monitor global developments of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and want to update you about additional steps we're taking at Sasquatch Mountain to maintain a safe and clean environment. Please refer to the COVID-19 page on our website.

Final Men’s Monday!2021-01-10T14:04:47-08:00

Happy Breaky Day!

*Update at 8:15am on Sunday March 15th: Whistlepunk, Whistle terrain park, and the tube park will be open today! Due to extreme winds Yeti Cruiser and Sasquatch Chair will not be opening. If you're coming up the mountain today, bundle up and stop in for a hot chocolate. Today at Sasquatch Mountain: Come out and enjoy a hot breakfast with us today in Molly Hogan's! More details below. It's going to be a gorgeous sunny weekend out here! However, please be advised that we are expecting cold temperatures and higher than normal winds. Make sure to come prepared with warm clothes for the elements. Hot Breakfast at Molly's Fresh tracks, fresh breaky every Sunday for the rest of the season. Feast on your faves from 8:30am-10:30am, we'll [...]

Happy Breaky Day!2021-01-10T14:05:32-08:00

High Winds!

March 14th, 2020 Today at Sasquatch Mountain: Thanks to everyone who dressed up for Hemlock Halloween! It was a blast. Today we have our Grab-It Event at the tube park. Details below! Please be advised that we are expecting cold temperatures and higher than normal winds. Make sure to come prepared with warm clothes for the elements. Hot Breakfast at Molly's Fresh tracks, fresh breaky every Sunday for the rest of the season. Feast on your faves from 8:30am-10:30am, we'll be serving everything from eggs benny to pancakes and more. Tube for Food Grab-It Event What a fun way to spend a Saturday - join us for our annual Tube For Food Grab-it event! Register at Guest Services and bring either 4 food items (per person) or [...]

High Winds!2020-12-16T12:18:09-08:00

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