Cypress is only 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver and provides skiers, riders and snowboarders with the most vertical drop, most terrain, most lifts and best snow conditions on the highest skiing and riding peak of Vancouver's North Shore Mountains. During the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games, Cypress hosted all of the freestyle skiing and snowboarding competitions.
Closest Town: West Vancouver, British Columbia
|Vertical Rise||2010 ft|
|Number of Trails||53|
|Number of Lifts||6|
|High Speed Six Chairs||0|
|High Speed Quad Chairs||2|
|Lift Capacity||9000 (skiers per hour)|
|Season 2020||Opened 11/29/19|
|Season 2019||Opened 12/07/18|
|Season 2018||11/20/17 to 04/02/18 (134 days)|
|Season 2017||11/26/16 to 04/09/17 (135 days)|
|Season 2016||11/22/15 to 04/18/16 (149 days)|
|Season 2015||11/16/14 to 03/13/15 (118 days)|
|Season 2014||11/26/13 to 04/18/14 (144 days)|
|Season 2013||11/18/12 to 04/13/13 (147 days)|
Cypress Resort Features
|Cross Country Skiing|
|19 km of groomed/classic track set trails with skating lanes (7.5 kms lit for night skiing)|
Snow Reports and conditions for Cypress Mountain.
Pricing last updated 11/29/19
Window prices are not shown. Sample pricing shown is for Saturday January 18, 2020 online ticket discount prices offered on their website.
Note: Pricing above is subject to change and is based on resort ticket window prices published on resorts website. Use for reference only.
Sorry, no discount lift tickets are current available for Cypress Mountain
|Ski Lessons Available|