Ski season passes sale at KHMR

Season Passes are now on sale for the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort.

Season Passes are now on sale for the Kicking Horse Mountain Resort. Buy now and save for your entire season of skiing in the Canadian Rockies and on the Powder Highway.

“Last season was incredible for our resorts – not only did Kicking Horse Mountain Resort receive record snow storms with both getting over 32 feet,” said Matt Mosteller, “we also have made significant improvements at all our resorts including the New Polar Peak lift at Fernie Alpine Resort.  Take Skiing to the Peak at Fernie, now having the most runs, most snow and most vertical in the Rockies.”

Resorts of the Canadian Rockies is proud to continue to encourage children to start the sports of skiing and/or snowboarding through the Husky Snow Stars Grade 2 Funpass Program and also by offering free lift tickets for children five and under at all resorts. The Grade 2 Funpass, a pass valued at over $500 is only $20 for the entire season,  and is available for purchase online.

When you purchase your season pass for an RCR Resort you become an exclusive member and gain access to savings all season long including food and beverage discounts, rental demo and discounts, Ski School discounts, exclusive vacation specials, Treat-a-Friend Ski Days and much more.  Being introduced this year for members is Online Waivers.

Purchase your season pass online through the RCR Webstore or call 1-800-258-7669 – Sale ends October 20.

 

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