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Holiday Period & Parking


As we head into the holiday period, please note our holiday hours of operation, parking information and more below.

Snow Valley’s Christmas and New Year’s Holiday Period begins on Saturday, December 19 and continues through Sunday, January 3.  Night skiing and snowboarding begins on December 26 and is available nightly through December 30 plus January 1 & 2.  Holiday rates and hours are in effect December 19 through January 3.

Hours of Operation for Skiing & Snowboarding:

December 27: 8:30am-8pm
December 28: 8:30am-4pm
December 29 & 30: 8:30am-8pm
December 31: 8:30am-4pm
January 1 & 2: 8:30am-8pm
January 3: 8:30am-4pm

Hours of Operation for Snow Play (Sledding):
Daily through January 3: 10am-4pm (lift serviced daily)

Parking:
With  Covid restrictions in place and to reserve parking for our Guests participating in our winter activities, parking will be $10 per vehicle during holiday periods and weekends.  Parking is included for all season passholders.  Simple present your 20-21 Snow Valley Season Pass at the entry gate.   Unlike other local resorts who charge far more for parking and offer no credit, your $10 parking voucher may be applied towards a Sport Shop or Chalet Restaurant purchase on the date of your visit.  Limit 1 parking voucher per purchase at the Sport Shop or Chalet Restaurant.

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