Skiing and snowboarding vacations in Canada are extremely popular. Hitting the slopes is a great way to soak up the fresh mountain and truly experience Canada. Multi ski hill passes allow you to soak in a variety of Canada’s top ski hills for a reduced price. At most ski hills kids under the age of 6 are free. At Whistler kids under the age of 7 ski free. Check out these multi ski hill passes that include ski hills in Western Canada.

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The Sunshine- Marmot Pass:

The Sunshine – Marmot Pass gives you free skiing on 1st, 4th and 7th visit to either of the ski hills. It costs only $90 and is a great pass to buy if you do not plan on going skiing more than 7 days. It can be bought up until December 31st, 2016. They also include a free day of skiing at Winsport Ski Hill in Calgary. Sunshine Ski hill is located 1 hour and 30 minutes from Calgary in the Canadian Rockies. Marmot Basin is located 3 hours and 40 minute drive from Sunshine Ski hill.

Big 3 Season Pass:

The Big Season Pass can be used at 3 ski resorts. It includes unlimited skiing and snowboarding at Lake Louise Ski Resort, Sunshine Village and Mt. Norquay. The pass can be bought on discount up until October 15, 2016. All 3 of these mountains are within 30-45 minute drive from each other.

RCR Season Pass:

The RCR Season Pass can be used at 4 ski resorts. It includes unlimited skiing and snowboarding at Fernie, Kicking Horse, Kimberly and Nakiska. There are a variety of options to buy the pass including adult only, family pass, youth, senior and child. These 4 hills are located within 1 hour 30 minutes up to 4 hours of each other depending on the location.

Mountain Collective:

Mountain Collective is a pass that gives you 2 days of skiing or snowboarding at 14 different ski resorts across the world. If you choose to ski longer at a certain hill then a day ticket is 50% off. This is a great pass for those travelling the world and wanting to check out a variety of different ski hills. There are at least 3 different ski hills in Canada.

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By Annika Mang
By Annika Mang
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