Our local ski hills are one of the best reminders of how Awesome Vancouver is. View of the mountains from the city? Or the city from the mountains? At least a few times a season, I meet someone on the lift from out of town, that is green with envy that I can go up after work, and on a good day, before work. Beat that….
Mount Seymour has always been a favourite amongst skiiers and even more so snowboarders, as depicted in our interviews w. Leanne Pelosi and Kevin Sansalone (hopefully Devun too by season’s end). There is always a healthy rivalry between the local hills, I don’t think there is really an answer on this one, but in this case, it’s pretty hard to argue with a free lift ticket, and the cause.
Starting Jan. 10th and running until Mar. 14th! every Monday, after 6pm, women can ride for free. So no more excuses Vancouver! For the fair weathered types like me who take a couple runs, then go eat, they have an apres party at the Rock Chute Inn, all the bases are covered. Hey what’s the girl version of ‘bro down’?
Vouchers for the passes must be picked up at the following retailers:
Coastal Riders: 10310 152nd Street, Surrey 604.581.9234
Pacific Boarder: 1793 West 4th Ave, Vancouver 604.734.7245
Comor Sports: 3700 Hastings Street, Burnaby 604.291.0475
Street to Snow: 3807 East Hastings Street, Burnaby 604.299.7669
The Boardroom: 2057 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver 604.985.9669 (North Vancouver location only)
Vancouver Ski & Board Services: #271 East 2nd Ave, Vancouver 604.879.1833
THIS EVENT IS IN SUPPORT OF BREAST CANCER RESEARCH DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED WHEN PICKING UP PASSES.
I’ll see you there!
See what happens when you email a bunch of people asking for shots of ‘chicks having fun at Seymour’….
Red Ledge or the Bar, which do you think has seen more action?