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Hmmm....While only the lift ride passes technically passes into BC, I'll
count Sunshine Village as "BC skiing", or better still, generic "western
Canada" skiing.  They are open to May 24 this year, and still have every
lift running as of right now with a 78" base.

That's where the Skican bargains will be as well, not that I'd neccessarily
choose it over Whistler for that reason alone.

Leigh

----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeremy Malczyk" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Sunday, April 11, 2004 10:49 PM
Subject: Re: [SKIVT-L] Where was it better?


> Leigh Daboll <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> >David asks:
> >
> >P.S.  non-VT question - we are considering taking a week-long ski
vacation
> >to British Columbia (all this Valhalla talk is making us very eager)
after
> >April 15th (being a self-employed CPA and being a skier makes for some
> >interesting dilemmas; I can't exactly call in sick on a powder day), and
> >want advice from any and all:  where should we go?
>
> After April 15th?
> I think you pretty much have one option ... Whistler. AFAIK everyone else
> closes this weekend or next. Also, it's been REALLY warm in the PNW this
> past week and everyone has lost a lot of snow. Colder temps and moisture
> are on the way though so the higher elevations may get some more snow. I'd
> check teh SkiCan site for any late season deals, they usually have some
> ridiculoously cheap ski weeks this time of year. Let me kneo if you're
> gonna be around, I'm probably going up to Squamish for some climbing and
> Whistler is just up the road.
>
> Jerm
>
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