Season passes are now full price at southern Alberta’s Castle Mountain. But the Cruisin' the Castle Card offers discounted skiing plus a few free days of lift tickets.
This year’s Cruisin’ the Castle Card costs $80 for adults and $75 for juniors and seniors. It comes with three free ski days, $20 off tickets for all other days, a direct-to-lift upgrade, and other benefits, too.
Three free ski days are included with this year’s card. They kick in on the first, fourth, and seventh day you ski. On all other days of use, the card grants $20 off the purchase of a lift ticket. An adult lift ticket regularly costs $67, so you can ski for $47 with the card.
Cardholders get added benefits, especially for cat skiing. A 30-percent discount is available for cat skiing on Thursday and Saturdays. Cardholders can also get 10 percent off soft good at the Castle Mountain Pro Shop.
One of the biggest benefits for cardholders is the discount available at Lake Louise; cardholders can buy lift tickets for $20 off. The discount has no blackout days, which means you can use it all season long. The card’s free days, however, are not valid at Lake Louise.
Cruisin’ the Castle Cards are available for purchase at the resort or online here. They are also for sale at a variety of outlets in Calgary, Lethbridge, Pincher Creek, and Crowsnest Pass. Find the list of other outlets here. For more info, call 403-627-5101 or 888-754-8667.