Skiing made affordable as Nakiska Ski Resort slashes cost of season passes from $800 to $199

Skiing made affordable as Nakiska Ski Resort slashes cost of season passes from $800 to $199

Nakiska Ski Resort has announced that it will be cutting the cost of its season passes for 2014-15, making skiing in western Canada very affordable. Nakiska, owned by Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, is located less than an hour away from the city of Calgary in Alberta, Canada. The resort will be offering adult 2014-15 season passes for $199, down from more than $800 just last season. Students and seniors will be able to purchase passes for $159, teens age 13-17 can ski all season for $149, kids (6-12) will only pay $79, while children five years old and under will ski free for the season. All passes will be available at this price from now until June 28. This deal sounds pretty frickin’ rad and we hope it works out for these guys as they aim to get more people back on the slopes.

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