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CONTEST: We’re giving away 2 unlimited season passes to Mt Seymour EVERY DAY for a week!

You can purchase early-bird unlimited season passes to Mt Seymour for just $399 (adult pricing) until September 30, 2019. Photo: Mt Seymour Summer is over, but we’re not too worried about it.

You can purchase early-bird unlimited season passes to Mt Seymour for just $399 (adult pricing) until September 30, 2019.

 Photo: Mt SeymourPhoto: Mt Seymour

Summer is over, but we’re not too worried about it. Shorter days means that it’s finally time to get back on the mountain!

 

Located just 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Mt Seymour is Vancouver’s only family owned and operated ski and snowboard area. With four terrain parks, ample room, plus tobogganing, tubing and snowshoe trails, Mt Seymour delivers a friendly winter experience to everyone, including beginners and seasoned shredders from across the Lower Mainland.

 

Mt Seymour’s early-bird season pass sale ends September 30th or while quantities last. Adult Unlimited season passes are $399, children $99. Families can also save more by purchasing together. Following the sale, adult prices will go up to $799, but you can enter to win TWO FREE UNLIMITED SEASON PASSES today by filling out the contest form below.

 

 

 

Mt Seymour’s unlimited season pass perks include two free days at Silver Star, Apex, Mount Washington, Manning Park and Mount Baldy resorts, free parking and shuttle bus use, discounts on rentals and buddy passes, free trails access for tobogganing, tubing, and snowshoeing, plus discounts at the Mt Seymour retail store.

 

We will select six winners over the next week, so cross your fingers and polish those skis, it’s (almost) time to hit the slopes.

To learn more, visit mtseymour.ca

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