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Dedicate British Columbia’s Family Day to skiing with half off tickets at BC RCR resorts

Warm up with your family by the fire at Fernie Alpine Resort this long weekend. - submitted
Warm up with your family by the fire at Fernie Alpine Resort this long weekend.
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A family ski day is the perfect activity to reconnect with each other and to enjoy nature together - this Family Day making your family activity on the slopes and enjoy 50 per cent off all lift tickets to B.C. residence on Family Day (February 10) at RCR Resorts including Fernie Alpine Resort, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort and Kimberley Alpine Resort.

During your day out on the mountain, if you separate while skiing, meet up and warm up at one of our mountain venues and enjoy the views together.  Check out on the mountain spots like Eagle’s Eye at Kicking Horse, Lost Boys or the Bears Den in Fernie or warm up in the base area at the new Slopeside fire pit in Fernie or in the Stemwinder at Kimberley Alpine Resort!

 

 

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