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[Merit Travel] 2 FOR 1 SKI VACATIONS FROM MERIT TRAVEL - Updated with Panorama resort.

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2 FOR 1 SKI VACATIONS FROM MERIT TRAVEL - Updated with Panorama resort.

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2 for 1
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Merit Travel
This usually is posted for the ski show in Toronto but since the show is little late this year (November 7th) the 241 specials are ready now.

2for1 deals are available for:

  • Lake Placid, New York, USA
  • Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec, Canada
  • Mont-Sainte-Anne, Quebec, Canada
  • Fernie, British Columbia, Canada
  • Jasper, Alberta, Canada
  • Kicking Horse, British Columbia, Canada
  • Banff, Alberta, Canada
  • Sun Peaks, British Columbia, Canada

Please check each package as dates and hotels are different
Packages include stay and ski tickets (you fly on your own but Merit can arrange that too).
Also packages can be extended if you needed.

https://merittravel.com/2-for-1-ski-packages/


Merit Travel phone # 1.800.268.5940



Enjoy and think snow.
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Fernie and Jasper seem to be valuable, but can anyone chime in?
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I have been in both and prefer Fernie. If you get fresh powder it is amazing place to snowboard with 5 great bowls.
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I wish these were in the budget for this year. These look like great packages!!
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Damn these are sweet deals
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For Fernie, is it just a 4-day pass for 1 person or per person? The wording is different in all of them and I've seen these places interpret and play with words before in such offers.
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dazz wrote: For Fernie, is it just a 4-day pass for 1 person or per person? The wording is different in all of them and I've seen these places interpret and play with words before in such offers.
It's a total of 8 passes, so 4 each. Good deal but was cheaper last year. Would go again but the shared shuttle from Calgary was very expensive - return for 2 people was around $540 including tax. Wouldn't want to do that drive myself, scary drive during a snowstorm from Calgary - even scarier from Cranbrook!
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dazz wrote: For Fernie, is it just a 4-day pass for 1 person or per person? The wording is different in all of them and I've seen these places interpret and play with words before in such offers.
Price is accommodation for 5 days and pass for 4 days for 2 people. (Pass for one day in Fernie is over $100 per day per person if you buy it at the ticket office)
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izzybear wrote: It's a total of 8 passes, so 4 each. Good deal but was cheaper last year. Would go again but the shared shuttle from Calgary was very expensive - return for 2 people was around $540 including tax. Wouldn't want to do that drive myself, scary drive during a snowstorm from Calgary - even scarier from Cranbrook!

Why not fly to Cranbrook and drive from there to Fernie 1h drive. I had flight from Toronto to Cranbrook - return for $450 in March 2019.
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Never been to any mountain so I have maybe a silly question - they're not giving you the skis or any equipment? Also, how much does it cost there to rent it?

I'm looking at the Quebec packages.
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lionbest wrote: Never been to any mountain so I have maybe a silly question - they're not giving you the skis or any equipment? Also, how much does it cost there to rent it?

I'm looking at the Quebec packages.
Yes, you are correct, packages don't include any equipment rental but I am sure you can get equipment rental discount, just ask for it.

Quebec is good choice to start your skiing / snowboarding adventure.

Mont-Sainte-Anne I think is little easier mountain with more greens and blue runs and Baie-Saint-Paul (Le Massif) has more black diamond's runs and even some back country skiing.
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@robik Do you happen to know what do they mean by
OPTIONS AND ADD-ONS
Downhill and cross-country skiing at Le Massif

You pay extra for what exactly?
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Man.. every time I see this kind of deal, I realize how expensive Whistler is...
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lionbest wrote: @robik Do you happen to know what do they mean by
OPTIONS AND ADD-ONS
Downhill and cross-country skiing at Le Massif

You pay extra for what exactly?
OPTIONS AND ADD-ONS
Downhill and cross-country skiing at Le Massif, snowshoeing, skating, alpine touring, helicopter tours, backcountry, & sledding.

I think Downhill is a typo because the tickets that you get are for downhill skiing. Having said that I would check with Merit what they mean by that.

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