Tami Walker (left) and Nicole McGillivray

Star ready for season

Silver Star’s early bird season pass sale on its all-inclusive My1Pass ends today.

The clock is ticking for skiiers and snowboarders to hit the slopes and today is also the last day to save on a season full of fun at Silver Star.

Silver Star’s early bird season pass sale on its all-inclusive My1Pass ends today. Silver Star will be at the Village Green Centre today from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the early bird passes can also be purchased online until midnight.

The My1Pass was first introduced during the 2012-13 season and entitles the pass holder to unlimited skiing and snowboarding, cross-country skiing, tubing, ice skating, snowshoeing and season pass holders are eligible for night skiing.

“We just want to make sure people realize that it’s the last weekend to save,” said Michael Sherwood, general manager of Silver Star resort.

“Every year we get tons of people saying they missed the deadline and we don’t want anyone to be disappointed.”

For families the early bird sale enables a saving of $1,780 based on a minimum of three pass holders (max two adults) including at least one adult, and children between the ages of six and 18 living at the same residence.

The Silver Star alpine season passes provides unlimited skiing and snowboarding on more than 3,065 acres of terrain and the My1Pass still includes free upgrades allowing unlimited access to 55 kilometres of nordic trails, 16 kilometres of marked snowshoe trails, the Tube Town Adventure Park, ice skating on Brewer’s Pond and night skiing.

Scheduled opening day for the nordic season is Nov. 14. Lifts open for skiing and snowboarding on Nov. 28.

Silver Star will be at the Village Green Centre today or you can purchase your pass at winter.skisilverstar.com/my-tickets-and-rentals/season-passes/alpine-season-pass


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