Ski Card returns

Canada’s best ski card is back for the 2011-12 season.

Canada’s best ski card is back for the 2011-12 season.  The Champagne Powder Capital of Canada TM, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort has joined forces with Lake Louise, Castle Mountain and new partner Revelstoke Mountain Resort to provide some incredible value for residents of Western Canada with the Lake Louise PLUS Card.

The Lake Louise PLUS Card is on sale now for $99 and includes three FREE days of skiing / riding, combined with a $20 discount off the ticket window price at all four resorts on all additional days (with no blackout dates).  The card also provides additional discounts on après ski, accommodations and more.

“Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is excited to be part of the best ski card in Canada” states Steve Paccagnan, President and CEO of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.  “The Louise PLUS card now has an expanded resort lineup, including some of the best big mountain ski resorts in Canada. The card is perfect for anyone seeking access to the best powder snow in North America.”

To purchase your card call Kicking Horse Mountain Resort at 1-866-SKI-KICK.

Or look for it at the following locations: Locally: Kicking Horse Mountain Resort (1-866-SKI KICK), and Sobeys in Golden and Invermere, B.C. Alberta: SportChek, Sport Mart, select Sobeys, select ski shops, The Lake Louise Ski Area (on resort & Calgary office), Castle Mountain Resort, and in Banff at the Banff Ski Hub. Saskatchewan & Manitoba:  select SportChek, Sport Mart locations.

The Louise PLUS Card is only available to residents of Western Canada,  FREE ski / ride days are valid on the first, fourth and seventh day, offer is not transferable, and can only be used once per day.

 

 

Jordan Petrovics

Corporate Alliances, Media Relations and Events Manager

Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

 

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