Ski Callaghan Early Bird Season Passes available until November 23

Whistler, BC – Early Bird season passes for Ski Callaghan, the joint venture of Whistler Olympic Park and Callaghan Country Wilderness Adventures, will be available for a few more days only, until November 23, 2016. Early birds save up to 20% compared to the normal pass price, which will come into effect on November 24, the projected opening day of the winter destination between Whistler and Squamish. With cooler weather in the forecast, the Ski Callaghan team is optimistic that enough snow will fall so that trails both in upper and lower elevations can be opened on the 24th.

Early bird season pass prices are $350 for adults (19+ years, taxes not included in pricing) and $160 for youth (7-18 years, $75 within a family pass), weekday-only passes are $280 for adults and $160 for seniors. Children 6 and under ski and snowshoe for free. Dog season passes are available for $45. Dual Area passes for Ski Callaghan and Whistler’s Lost Lake trail network are available as well.
Ski Callaghan pass holders enjoy unlimited cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snow play until early April. All passes come with perks valued at $150, such as Bring a Friend tickets, rental/retail and food discounts, as well as the 100-Day Guarantee. If less than 100 days of opportunity to ski or snowshoe can be provided, pass holders will receive 1% discount for each day less than 100 as a credit for their 2017/2018 season pass. Last year, Ski Callaghan was open for 134 days.

Again this season, Whistler Olympic Park’s shuttle bus will provide transportation from Whistler to the Callaghan Valley. Starting in mid-December, the bus will run daily from two pickup locations in Whistler to the Park and back. Cost for a return trip is $10 (subject to availability, reservation required).

Season passes and more information are available online or by phone at 604-964-0060 x2460.