It’s never too early to start thinking about ski and snowboard season, and early birds do get the worm. Yup, you heard us right. Grouse Mountain Early Bird Pass is on sale for the 2023/2024 season. For a limited time only, you can get your regular season pass for up to 40% off.
That means you get to enjoy the mountain’s iconic views of the city, all season long—and for a fraction of the price.
Early Bird Passes
Time is of the essence folks! When it comes to savings, that is. That means the earlier you buy your pass this season, the more you save. You can choose between an Unlimited or Weekday pass, both of which are accompanied by a handful of passholder perks.
If you’re a weekend warrior, the Unlimited Season Pass is probably for you. With unlimited access to the slopes, all winter long, you’ll have your pick of powder days and weekend adventures.
Prefer to avoid the weekend crowds and get your laps in during the week? Early bird prices are also valid for a weekday pass. Weekday Passes are redeemable Monday through Friday, all season long (minus a few blackout dates).
The icing (powder) on top? Not only do passholders get to enjoy some of the best views the North Shore has to offer, but they also get access to some awesome perks.
If your plans include exploring more of BC’s mountain views this winter, your season pass gives you access to up to 50% off passes at partnered resorts. These discounts can be applied to full or half-day tickets at Revelstoke, SilverStar, Sunpeaks, and many more.
Oh, and did we mention you can do more than just ski or snowboard? Your pass also gets you weekday access to Grouse mountaintop activities, including snowshoeing, the Skating Pond, and the Peak of Christmas.
Plus, families get an extra discount of 10% off!
And that’s not all. Pass holders get to redeem:
- 10% off food & beverage
- 20% off at Starbucks (Grouse Mountain location)
- 20% off regular priced retail merchandise
Like we said, the early bird gets the worm – or, in this case, the freshest powder and the biggest savings. So head on over to the Grouse Mountain website to grab your pass, and get ready for the season ahead.