Sasquatch Mountain Resort, British Columbia

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Sasquatch Mountain Resort in BC and Escape2ski provides info on; vertical drop 1300ft/396m, total trails 35, closest airport 89mi/142km, lifts 4, and more. Sasquatch Mountain Resort is tucked into the Douglas Mountain Range, which is part of the Coast Mountain Range of British Columbia, Canada. In the mid-1950’s, long before winter recreation was popular in […]

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Sasquatch Mountain Resort in BC and Escape2ski provides info on; vertical drop 1300ft/396m, total trails 35, closest airport 89mi/142km, lifts 4, and more.

Sasquatch Mountain Resort is tucked into the Douglas Mountain Range, which is part of the Coast Mountain Range of British Columbia, Canada. In the mid-1950’s, long before winter recreation was popular in the area, logging was the reason most people came to this scenic location.

In the mid-sixties, a group looking to create a resort community noticed that the area would be a perfect place for a ski facility. As a result of their vision, Hemlock Valley Recreation opened to the public on December 21, 1969, with a single rope-tow, several trails, and an old converted bus that acted as a day lodge.

Sasquatch Mountain Resort is nestled in a horseshoe-shaped valley with slopes on two mountain peaks. It has grown into a quaint resort community that features many different types of lodging including cabins, condos, homes, and hotel rooms.

The road to Sasquatch Mountain Resort can be a bit of a test with lots of switch-backs until you reach the entrance to the beautiful valley so take your time and enjoy the scenery.

Sasquatch Mountain Resort has faced many challenges throughout its history. However, it has never lost the local, family-friendly experience that all members of the family will enjoy. Despite the remoteness of the ski resort, it attracts skiers and snowboarders from the local area of the Fraser Valley and even destination skiers and snowboarders.

Sasquatch Mountain Resort provides a great place to spend quality, family-time with nature all around you. Change is always part of life, and Hemlock Ski Resort is no different. On Mar 1, 2017, Hemlock Ski Resort as it has been known for decades, changed its name to Sasquatch Mountain Resort and so begins a new era of resort experiences.


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On the Slopes

  • At Sasquatch Mountain Resort you can enjoy the long cruising trails of Timber Cruiser that links to Mainline, Bigfoot under the lights and Abominable. Sasquatch Mountain Resort also has a dedicated area close to the day lodge for beginner skiers and snowboarders.
  • Sasquatch Mountain Resort provides top-to-bottom Friday and Saturday night skiing on the trails near the Sasquatch Triple and the lower trails near the Whistlepunk Double.
  • The Sasquatch Mountain Resort terrain park is located on the lower portion of the mountain near the Sasquatch Triple chairlift. Here you can get some big air, show your style on the many rail features or make your way up a wall ride.
  • The Snow School professionals who teach at the Sasquatch Mountain Resort conduct all types of lessons and programs designed to increase your confidence on the snow. Lessons range from the Tiny Tots ages 2-4, Discovery lessons ages 5-10 to Adventure Camps programs. There are also youth, adult and private lessons, along with a Ladies Day program beginning in January and held on Thursday’s, where women can ski or snowboard for “free.”

Off the Slopes

  • Ski-in Ski-out lodging is available along with cabins and homes, which are only a few minutes from the slopes for larger groups or couples looking for a romantic getaway.
  • Molly Hogan’s Pub at the base of the mountain in the day lodge is a great place to sit and relax with friends while enjoying your favourites from the pub menu. Sasquatch Mountain Resort has a small retail outlet in the day lodge where you can browse while taking a break from the slopes.
  • Other activities include the Tubing Centre with up to eight lanes and includes a carpet lift to get you to the top.
  • There are also, 4.0mi/6.5km of Nordic skiing and snowshoeing trails available for those who want to get out and enjoy all that this wonderful valley has to offer.
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Mountain Information

Current Status: Closed

Mountain Essentials

Vertical Drop:
1300 ft / 396 m

Base Elevation:
3200 ft / 975 m

Summit Elevation:
4500 ft / 1371 m

Skiable Area:
340 acres

Average Snowfall:
374 in / 950 cm

Trail Map

Snow Report

Weather Conditions

Mountain Terrain

Total Trails: 35

Beginner: 7 (20%)

Intermediate: 12 (34%)

Advanced: 16 (46%)

Expert: 0 (0%)

Terrain Parks & Pipes: 1

Snow Cross: No

Super Pipe: No

Half Pipe: No

Jib Park: Yes

Services

Ski & Snowboard School: Both

Rentals & Repairs: Yes

Parking:  Free

Retail Shops: Yes

Children’s Ski Programs: Yes

Women's Ski Programs: Yes

Adaptive Ski Programs: No

Childcare: No

Day Lodges: Yes

Restaurants: Yes

Distance from...

Nearest Airport:
Abbotsford BC , 47mi / 75km

Nearest Major City:
Chilliwack BC, 39mi / 62km

Nearest Town/City:
Agassiz BC, 25mi / 39km

Mountain Operations

Season Dates: Dec 15 to Apr 1

Skiing & Snowboarding: Both

Open Days: W, Th, F, Sa, Su

Hours of Operation:
9:00am to 4:00pm : Fri-Sat & Holidays, 9:00am to 8:00pm : Hours maybe subject to change.

Night Skiing: Select Nights

Lift Ticket Prices

Webcams

Lift Information

Total Lifts: 4

Triple Chairs: 1

Double Chairs: 2

Surface Lifts: 1

Lodging

Mountainside: Yes

Within 20mi / 33km: Yes

Closest Airport(s)

What our Convenience Rankings™ mean

Abbotsford Intl Airport  (YXX)
Distance: 47 mi / 75 km
Ranking: Limited Major Airline Use

Vancouver Intl Airport  (YVR)
Distance: 89 mi / 142 km
Ranking: Most Convenient

Contact Info

Central Reservations: 1-866-567-6866

Direct Phone: 604-797-4411

Snow Phone: 604-797-4411

Helpful Links

Official Ski Resort Site

Mountainside Lodging

Nearby Lodging