Save on early pre-season ski pass deals and swish your way through the 2018/2019 season.
Maybe you are a seasoned hard core skier and this list will help you save some money on your favourite Ontario ski runs this year. Maybe you are new to skiing or snowboarding and taking advantage of a pre-season sale will help seal the deal. Either way, we have taken the time to check with our featured 400eleven alpine ski (downhill ski) and snowboard operators to see what pre-season pass sales they had going on, like they always do at this time of the year.
Early Bird Ski Deals 2019 for all season long
Individual passes and family passes, including lift passes and other ski hill activities are available for full day, full time or partial season and special time passes and for all levels of skiers and snowboarders. Seasons pass holders are always rewarded with great deals along the way as well. A season pass purchase is never a regret you’ll have, in fact, you’ll love it so much you’ll never miss the early-bird ski season deals again!
Hockley Valley Resort
2018-2019 Early Bird Passes and Ski Programs on sale now, sale ends November 12th.
2018-2019 Season Career Fair
2018-2019 Season Passes On Sale Now
Early Bird Pricing Ends November 1st.
Snow Valley Resort
Ski & Board Swap & Sale – November 3, 2018
2018-2019 Tickets and Seasons Passes on sale now (sale ends soon)
Scenic Caves Nordic Centre
2019 Early Bird Seasons Passes (sale ends Dec. 2, 2018)
Ontario Early Ski Trip Planning Central
Early bird ski passes aren’t the only way ensure you’re ready for the 2019 ski season. New gear starts to fill the stores and it’s time to watch for pre-season ski sales for equipment, clothing and gear.
And of course a ski holiday that includes great deals sure helps. Booking early helps ease the stress of the logistics and leaves you with less to worry about at travel time.
DOWNHILL SKIING & SNOWBOARDING VACATION PACKAGES
DID YOU KNOW THIS ABOUT THE SNOW AT MOUNTAIN RESORTS
Weather definitely plays a big part in ensuring an enjoyable ski hill experience. While a lot of the activity challenges are within your control like gear and skill level (practice practice practice), much of the sport depends on mother nature herself and a bountiful winter of not just snow, but cold enough temperatures for ski hill operators to produce snow. In recent years past Ontario hill operators near and far north from Toronto have been successful in producing enough of a hill base to keep the skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing activities going until well after March Break!
If you are wondering the current ski and snow report, which recommend referring to our featured area ski and snow reports, with data from Ontario Travel.