If you’d like to make Sunday your ski day, look no further than the 6x7 Pass. Skiers and riders can take to the hill from 9am to 9pm Sunday to Friday and access starting at 3:30pm on Saturday afternoons. New this season, we’re waving all blackout dates for the 6x7 pass giving you more days spent on the slopes.
…And “Goodbye” to holiday restrictions. With the 2017/18 6x7 Pass, it’s now possible to hit the slopes every Sunday of the season as Blue waves goodbye to holiday restrictions and opens the slopes 6x7 passholders!
Spend Spring on the Slopes
Not only is your 2018 Season Pass your ticket to winter next year, but it’s also the key to extending your current season. Beginning March 20th, 2017, Season Pass purchasers will be able to access the slopes for the remainder of the 2017 operating season with lift tickets priced at just $15 per day†. It’s time to experience the best of spring with next year’s Season Pass in hand!
†Price plus HST. To redeem this offer, 2018 Passholders must present valid $15 Lift Ticket voucher at time of lift ticket purchase. $15 Lift Ticket Vouchers can be obtained on Resort by visiting Guest Services locations. Limit of one $15 lift ticket per day. Lift tickets are non-transferable and non-refundable. Resale is strictly prohibited.
6x7 Pass Pricing
Spring mar 3 - Apr 17, 2017
Early Bird Apr 18 - Nov 1, 2017
Regular Starting nOV 2, 2017
Youth 6x7 Pass
Adult 6x7 Pass
All prices plus HST. *Valid for lift access Sunday to Friday 9 am – 9 pm and Saturday from 3:30 – 9 pm, weather and conditions permitting. Youth (ages 6 - 17), adult (ages 18+), and Tiny Tyke (ages 5 and under) as of date of season pass purchase. Night skiing is scheduled to start Thursday, December 14, 2017 and end Sunday, March 18, 2018. Tyke Passes does not qualify for Season pass benefits. Passes are non-refundable. Season Pass insurance is available. All rates and dates subject to change without notice.
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Season Pass Insurance provides coverage for you and your ski pass investment when the unexpected happens. No one plans on missing one of those blue-bird days when purchasing their pass.