You can shop over $1 million in winter gear at this MASSIVE ski and snowboard swap in Metro Vancouver

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Join the Canadian Ski Patrol for huge savings on skis, snowboards and winter gear, October 19th and 20th at the Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swap in Vancouver.

Photo by Hamish Duncan on Unsplash

Vancouver’s mountains are gearing up for another season of snow… and you should be too!

With an absolutely massive selection of new and used skis, snowboards and winter gear, Canadian Ski Patrol’s Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swap will give seasoned shredders and beginners the opportunity to browse over $1 million dollars worth of winter gear, all at drastically reduced prices. The event takes place October 19th & 20th the PNE Rollerland building in Vancouver.

Not only can you save BIG on new and used gear, 100% of profits support local volunteer first aid and rescue services by the members of the Canadian Ski Patrol at Mount Seymour, Cypress Mountain, Manning Park Resort and Sasquatch Mountain.

Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swap

Best of all, 95% of the gear being sold (which is on consignment), is unused stock from last season. That said, since this event is all about improving the safety of our local mountains, all consigned gear at the event is inspected for safety before being placed on the floor.

All ages and skill levels are welcome. There will even be professionals and volunteers onsite to ensure your new skis and snowboards fit as they should.

If you have gently used gear that you’re no longer planning to use, you can learn about consigning at the event HERE. Public consignees will receive their cheque and unsold gear Sunday after the event.

Get some new gear and support the teams that keep our mountains safe this month at the Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swap, the largest ski and board swap in B.C.!

Canadian Ski Patrol’s Winter Extreme Ski & Board Swap

When: October 19, from 9:00a.m. – 5:00p.m. and October 20, 10:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.

Where: PNE Rollerland Building (21 North Renfrew Street)

To learn more, visit the Facebook event HERE.