Seniors Ski Adventure | Canada

BIG WHITE | SUN PEAKS | SILVERSTAR
One Tour. Three amazing ski/board resorts in British Columbia, Canada. These resorts provide the best Canada has to offer when it comes to a winter holiday and we’ve put together an unmissable Escorted Group Tour package that is set to be a fun and sociable way to explore Canada’s best active travel destinations. All the planning is taken care of including travel buddies in this Escorted Group Tour which has plenty of options from the 2 week tour(s) to all 3 weeks and skiing in all three locations.

Overview

22 nights from $5,888pp*  ALL THREE WEEKS | Land only 

Book by: 31 July 2018

Trip Dates: 16 February-10 March 2019

Tour Leaders: Steve Ward | Stephen & Linda Clews

Includes:

  • 1 night twin share accommodation at the Fairmont Vancouver Airport on arrival
  • 7 nights twin share accommodation in a Studio room at White Crystal Lodge | Big White Ski Resort
  • 7 nights twin share accommodation in a Summit Club Room  at Sun Peaks Grand | Sun Peaks Resort
  • 7 nights twin share accommodation in a Studio Room  at Snowbird Lodge | SilverStar Mountain Resort
  • Up to 18 days skiing
  • Transfers to/from accommodation
  • Group dinner at Sun Peaks Resort
  • Gratuities

Ask an Active Travel Expert about airfares, insurance, multi share and single supplement options and discounts for seniors 65+. 

*See Terms & Conditions

Tour Leaders

Your Tour Leader: Steve Ward
You’ve heard the saying – I liked it so much I bought it. Well, that’s almost the case with Steve. After taking part as a client on our escorted ski groups for five years, Steve returned in 2012 as a Seniors Tour Leader and continues to take ski/board group tours. Steve has been skiing in Australia and New Zealand for over 30 years now and is a bit of regular at Perisher and Mt Hotham. He is totally enthusiastic about all things skiing and particularly relishes returning each year to the magic of the powder, guaranteed ski days and non-stop fun in North America. Steve lives in Sydney, Australia and loves his new role and meeting a whole new group of new-found friends – along with all the friends made over the past years on these group trips. (Photo: Steve Ward)

Terms and Conditions

  • Escorted tour package price is based on per person twin share, in AUD, land only and for a selected travel period only.
  • A $500pp deposit is required to confirm your place on the tour. Bookings must be made by 31 July 2018.
  • Tour package is subject to change and availability and excludes airfares, insurance, meals (unless specified), other activities and all items of a personal nature.
  • Events beyond our control such as currency fluctuations may result in price variations.
  • Credit/debit card surcharge, single supplement and cancellation/change fees apply.
  • travel&co reserves the right to cancel or reschedule the tour departure for any reason, including insufficient demand or force majeure.
  • Tour leaders are subject to change.
  • Senior Citizen discounts vary according to tour package option chosen (not available on all tours).
  • Land arrangements are based on early bird specials and/or negotiated group rates.
  • Specific bedding, features and amenities may vary.
  • Ask for full terms and conditions at time of enquiry.

Itinerary

This group tour will show you the best of what Canada has to offer over three resorts. First off, Big White. Expect the best at Big White when it comes to groomed runs, powder bowls, beginner trails and alpine skiing. With an average of 7.5m of snow each year, the mountain caters for all levels with 118 runs spread across 2,765 acres of terrain.

With 6 metres of light powder snow each year Sun Peaks offers three mountains of legendary ski terrain explore long cruisers, glades, powder stashes and corduroy groomers. Ski all three peaks in the same day.

SilverStar offers a big mountain experience with a small-town feel. From long wide groomers to double black runs, beginner zones and terrain parks, SilverStar boasts the 3rd largest skiable acreage in British Columbia. This Canadian gem receives over 7 metres of light, dry powder snow each year.

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