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    I often have a season pass here. This year was disappointing but the resort has no control over mother nature. It’s definitely the biggest ski area in the lower mainland and has an energetic vibe. I come here in the summer as well to hike up Eagle Bluffs and St. Mark’s Summit. I even watched a meteor shower at the lookout a few years back. Nothing but fond memories. It’s the most expensive ski area near Vancouver but you get what you pay for.

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    It’s my favourite winter place.There are lots improvement after 2010 winter Olympic Games – more food options, friendly staff, better atmosphere.

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    It’s no wonder that Canadians outlive their southern continent counterparts. The amount of winter activities you can do here just 30 – 40 minutes drive from the downtown area is amazing!The trails are free for snowshoeing/sledding which is what I came up for. If you want to do cross country, I believe it is about $15 or so for the trails. I didn’t see how much the ski rentals are.Restrooms are small, but plentiful. And flushing! The hot chocolate here isn’t bad, at least it doesn’t taste like a chalky made-from-powder type of beverage. One tip: if the cafe area is crowded, check out the trailer connected to the outdoor tent set up. It isn’t marked and it is usually for folks waiting to go for lessons. However it is much less crowded and you still have a small view of the slopes.

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    AWESOME DUDE!!!!@

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    Great ski area with beautiful lodge. Two mountains with lodge in between. And great views when the weather clears. Best run: crazy raven