New! Equal Payment Plan for Season Passes

New this year. Pay off your pass in 4 equal payments through automatic debit with 0% interest! Here is how it works:

Bring in a blank cheque before May 31. Fill in the automatic debit application. There will be an admin fee ($25 for adults, $20 for youth and $15 for child). There will also be an upfront cost toward the purchase of the pass ($99 for adults, $75 for youth and $50 for child).

That means that your first payment for an adult would be only $124 on the day of purchase and then 4 equal payments of $141.25. This option is interest free, unlike credit cards!

This can be set up with any banking institution. Payments will come out on the 1st of the month, June-September. There will be a $25 fee for NSF payments.

Give us a call or drop by the downtown office to discuss. 250-847-2058, 3866 Railway Ave in Smithers from 9 am – 5 pm, Monday to Friday.

Prices Have Dropped on 2017-18 Season Passes!

This year Hudson Bay Mountain has dropped prices on our Legendary Local season passes. Last year an adult season pass was $719 during the LL sale; this year it is $689; and an adult family pass is $599! All other prices are also lower during this sale as well.

“We’ve dropped our prices to rock bottom so it is more affordable than ever,” said HBMR president Gary Mathiesen. “For the best value of all, if you get your season pass the day they go on sale you have almost two weeks during this season to use it, in addition to next year.”

That’s right! You get to ski the rest of this season for free! Legendary Local Season passes for the 2017/2018 season will be on sale March 27 to May 31.

For more info go to Season Passes »

With the sale of each LL season pass you can nominate the next HBMR Legendary Local.

“We are proud to support our community of Legendary Locals,” said Mathiesen. “Every year, we ask our community to nominate the Legendary Local of the year, and we are pleased to provide that individual with a free pass for that season. It is an important part of the tradition that makes Hudson Bay Mountain Resort a central part of the Bulkley Valley landscape.”

Mathiesen said a Legendary Local is defined as someone who loves to choose the Hudson Bay Mountain Resort in Smithers as their winter playground of choice. They know the mountain, their passion for fresh powder is palpable, and they are respected by our close-knit mountain community for their integrity and personal character.

“They represent the past, present and future of skiing and snowboarding on Hudson Bay Mountain,” he said.

As per the tradition, to nominate next year’s Legendary Local, the nominator must be a holder of a Legendary Local HBMR season pass for next year.

Passes will be sold at Guest Services on the mountain until closing day, April 9, and at the HBMR downtown office at 3866 Railway Avenue.

Vote for your Legendary Local

Do you know someone who is a shining example of what Hudson Bay Mountain represents and is an ambassador in the community?

Vote for your 2016/2017 Legendary Local when you purchase your Season Pass! The winner will receive a 2016/2017 Season Pass.

Passes are being sold at the downtown office and is open Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm.

That's a Wrap!

Thanks to everyone who made this season so much fun. Schnai Dai was full of laughter and sunshine.

The first annual King of the Mountain was a great success with 10 year old Nora beating out the competition of all ages.

Skiers and boards were in knots with the giant twister game and the competition was stiff in the Canadian Trivia showdown.

The Slush Cup was well attended with spectators and participants alike with some successful crossings and some epic splashes. The costumes and enthusiasm were fantastic!

The costume cat-walk had people dancing on the tables and winners were decided by the crowd but everyone was a winner with the warm sun and great tunes by The Racket.

What a great end to the season. The mountain is now closed but the downtown office is open Monday-Friday, 9 am- 5 pm.

See you next year!

New Office Hours

The downtown office will be open Monday to Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.

As of April 10, season passes can only be purchased at the downtown office, 3866 Railway Ave.

The office will be closed on Tuesday, April 11. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Tosh is Number 1 in the Hit & Run Race at Whistler

Tosh Krauskopf takes the First place spot at the Hit and Run event this past weekend in Whistler!

This unique snowboarding event is designed to test a snowboarder’s all-round riding skills. This course combines the turns and speed of a traditional; banked salon with the features of a slope-style event. A rider’s overall goal is to get down as fast as they can while dropping their best tricks. The better the trick, the more time deducted off their run. The person with the fastest overall score wins.

This event is Tosh’s favourite event and is thrilled to take the number 1 spot.

Congrats Tosh!

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