Fernie Alpine Resort opens early

Fernie Alpine Resort to open for a season preview this Saturday and Sunday

  • Nov. 20, 2013 8:00 p.m.

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Fernie has been receiving a near record early season snowstorm over the past few days and will be opening for a preview weekend this Saturday and Sunday for keen riders and to get the stoke on for full opening on Saturday November 30!  Fernie’s opening with an incredible more than 145 cms settled snow pack and over 100 cms of recent new snowfall on top of that!  
Preview Weekend Stays for under $30*!  Call 1-800-258-7669 today to inquire about accommodations in Lizard Creek Lodge from $69.95 or Fernie Slopeside Lodge from $29.95. 
(*Stays pp/double occupancy)

Highlights for November 23 & 24 – visit the Fernie Alpine Resort website for more information or call 250-423-4655.

Lifts & Terrain Open (9am – 4pm) Elk Chair
Bear Chair

Boom Chair
Haul Back
Groomed Runs in Lizard & Cedar Bowl plus Lower Mountain (where conditions permit)

Services Open Ticket Office/Guest Services (8am – 5pm)

Rental Shop & Sports Alpine Retail Shop (8:30am – 4:30pm)

Daylodge (8:30am – 4:00pm)

Griz Bar (12:00pm – 6:00pm)

Lesson Special Early Season Private Lessons – 2 hours for only $99 plus tax

Lizard Creek Lodge Dining – Special Preview Weekend Hours

Friday – (5:00-9:30pm)

Saturday    – (11:30am-2:00pm) & (5:00-9:30pm)

Sunday      – (11:30am-2:00pm)

 

 

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