First Snowfall Seen On This Local Vancouver Mountain and People Are Excited

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It’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but you may be happy to hear that snowfall has already been spotted at Vancouver’s local mountains.

After a rough year of restrictions, many local mountain resorts are ready to get back into full swing this winter. Although it’s still too soon to open, this early snowfall could indicate a great season ahead.

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Cypress Mountain Resort shared a post on their social media accounts on Wednesday that they have received their first snowfall of the season, and many are excited for more snow to come.

 

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Season passes are already on sale at all our local mountains with major early bird deals.

  • Cypress Mountain Silver Pass is $559.00 with limited numbers available
  • Grouse Mountain Early Bird Pass is $569.00 is being sold until November 1, 2021
  • Seymour Mountain Value Pass is on sale for $349.00 with limited numbers available

Based on the weather forecast, this Thanksgiving long weekend will be one of the coldest in a decade, with a cooler than usual fall temperatures to follow. Although this may be sad news for some, snow enthusiast could be looking forward to a great season of skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities.

 

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