Family-friendly resort sends skiers and snowboarders racing down up to 21 runs and trails with a more than 300-foot vertical drop
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 25, 2015. Amount paid never expires.May buy multiple as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Season opening date, end of the season, and availability subject to weather conditions. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must use before January 25, 2015. Capacity limits apply on weekends. The resort reserves the right to cancel all privileges and ask customers to leave the property for any breach or deviation of resort rules. The resort reserves the right to limit all customers to hills based upon individual level of ability. Groups of 10+ must pre-book with Skyloft office. Day tickets valid until 4 PM daily.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Choose from Five Options
C$25 for a full-day lift ticket (up to C$60 value)
C$40 for a full-day lift ticket and equipment rental (up to C$95 value)
C$95 for four full-day lift tickets (up to C$240 value)
C$152 for four full-day lift tickets and equipment rental (up to C$380 value)
C$130 for a full-season pass, valid Monday through Friday (C$350 value)
Skyloft Ski Resort
When Skyloft Ski Resort first opened in 1944, visitors were hauled up the hill in a tractor. Years passed and those old-fashioned methods fell by the wayside, and Skyloft Ski Resort eventually transformed into the family-friendly ski haven it is today. Now, 21 runs and trails snake across the Skyloft landscape, and a more than 300-foot vertical drop sends skiers and snowboarders soaring down the powdery slopes. Away from the snowy oasis, The Lodge provides a space to warm up beneath its post-and-beam ceilings, with views that overlook rolling hills, woodlands, and nearby yeti settlements.