Discover thrills on local hills

DISCOVER SKIING, SNOWBOARDING and cross-country learn-to-ride packages are available now. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
DISCOVER SKIING, SNOWBOARDING and cross-country learn-to-ride packages are available now.
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If you ever wanted to learn to ski, snowboard or cross-country ski, now is the time to get started.

Across Canada, ski areas are offering discounts to first-time skiers, snowboarders and cross-country skiers. Discover Skiing and Discover Snowboarding are all-inclusive lift, lesson and rental packages at Canadian ski areas from coast to coast. And if you are a new Nordic skier, check out the Discover Cross-Country package which includes an all-inclusive trail, lesson and rental package.

For years, millions of Canadians have turned to the slopes for a healthy and active way to have fun with their families. And this winter, with Discover Learn to Ski and Snowboard packages, you and your family have an affordable way to join in on the fun.

The Discover Skiing, Snowboarding and Cross-Country packages are designed to safely introduce snow sports to beginners. And if you used to ski, snowboard or cross-country ski, this is an excellent way to re-introduce yourself to the sport.

In every Discover packages you will receive:

A ticket for beginner lifts at ski areas and beginner trails at cross-country areas

Rentals of ski, cross-country ski or snowboard equipment

A one-hour group lesson from certified Canadian Ski Instructors' Alliance (CSIA) or Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (CASI) ski and snowboard instructors.

Discover packages start from as low as $30 per person. Check your local ski areas as prices may vary.

For a complete list of participating ski areas visit the Canadian Ski Council's website at You can also call or visit your local ski area for more information on all-inclusive Discover Skiing, Discover Snowboarding and Discover Cross-Country packages.


– Canadian Ski Council



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