The Grouse Mountain Y2Play Snow Pass is often touted as one of the best snow pass deals in North America, and for good reason too.
Grouse Mountain’s pass has amazing value because it lets you start skiing and riding now – plus all of next season. And with a savings of up to 80%, you’re only paying a very small fraction of what other people will have to pay. Pricing is as follows:
- Adult pass, $359
- Child pass, $64
- Student pass, $279
- Youth pass, $234
The Y2Play Snow Pass is a great idea for skiers and riders who want to take advantage of the close proximity of Grouse Mountain which is easy to access using transit, Evo, and car2go.
In addition to skiing and riding, Y2Play provides special privileges like a bring-a-friend credit so you can enjoy Grouse Mountain together, and a complimentary ski/snowboard, skate, Sliding Zone sled, and snowshoe rental.
But that’s not all you’ll get – pass holders also enjoy the Mountain Interchange Program which provides access to deals at participating resorts throughout the season.
You’ll also get 20% off a long list of items including regular-priced retail items, annual racing events, private lessons, the Grouse Mountain Starbucks location, Mountain Zipline tours, and more.
If you think this is a great deal then make sure you take advantage of it before it’s too late since the Y2Play pass is only available for a limited time.
Enter for your chance to win one adult Y2Play pass for Grouse Mountain.
To enter for your chance to win one adult Y2Play pass for Grouse Mountain, do at least one of the following:
1. Follow Grouse Mountain on Instagram – @GrouseMountain and leave a comment below telling us once you have (1 entry)
2. Tweet the following (1 entry):
- Win one adult Y2Play pass for @GrouseMountain via @VancityBuzz http://ow.ly/gH1y309uX9a RT to enter!
3. Leave a comment below telling us your favourite winter activity (1 entry)
Contest entries will be accepted from the time and date of publishing until 11:59 pm on March 7, 2016. One winner will be chosen at random and contacted through the platform they used to enter.