Rules & Regulations
It is very important that you read the mandatory rules and regulations below before proceeding with your purchase.
- Lift passes cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupon, discount, or promotion, including the Grade 4 & 5 SnowPass Program and Never Ever Days.
- The Canadian Ski Council (CSC) is not responsible for lost, stolen, or unused passes due to inclement weather, injury, or medical conditions.
- All issued lift passes expire at the end of the 2019/20 winter season (May 31, 2020).
- Ticket refunds or ticket exchanges will not be given under any circumstances.
- Lift passes have no cash value and cannot be resold under any circumstances. If you or anyone in possession of your passes are caught reselling them (i.e. on ski area premises, anywhere online, etc.), the ski area has the right to confiscate the passes and take legal action. The CSC will also deactivate all remaining passes and will blacklist the purchaser from all of our programs.
- Orders accompanied by post-dated cheques will not be accepted.
- Lift passes are sold on a first-come-first-served basis until the limited number of lift passes have sold out. If you submit a lift pass order after the passes have already sold out, your order will be refunded in full.
- Lift passes, along with a detailed list of all participating ski areas, will be sent to you via Canada Post Expedited Parcel in advance of the 2019/20 ski season.
- Other restrictions may/could apply at participating ski areas, including blackout periods during March Break, Christmas Holidays, etc. Please check with the CSC when purchasing your lift passes.
- A Canadian Lift Pass equates to one full-day lift ticket and is valid for 8 hours. It cannot be rolled over to a different day.
- Ski areas have the right to drop out of the Canadian Lift Pass Program at any time.