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Horseshoe Resort

October 15, 2015 00:00 ET

Resorts of the Canadian Rockies and Horseshoe Resort Partner to Bring Ski Canada Pass to Ontario

BARRIE, ON--(Marketwired - October 15, 2015) - Avid skiers agree -- the best deals to be found on a ski pass are available while the slopes are still green. Just as those who "know snow" are already considering booking their powder-filled winter getaways, Horseshoe Resort is coming out of the gate strong this year with an exciting new partnership with Resorts of the Canadian Rockies that creates an amazing opportunity for their season ski and snowboard pass holders.

Located just an hour north of Toronto, Ontario and offering 29 runs for all levels of skill from beginner to advanced, Horseshoe Resort has introduced the Ski Canada Card for just an additional $99 as an added benefit available with the purchase of any Horseshoe Resort season pass product. To take the greatest advantage of this year's offering, anyone considering becoming a pass holder is urged to make their season pass purchases prior to November first -- when prices will increase as temperatures decrease.

The Ski Canada Card option gives season pass holders access to six of Canada's iconic Ski/Snowboard Resorts including Fernie Alpine Resort, Mont Sainte Anne, Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, Stoneham, Kimberley Alpine Resort and Nakiska. Two days of skiing at any of the six world-class resorts, plus a bonus of 50% off each subsequent day of skiing at their resort of choice.

"We've had loyal passholders year after year at Horseshoe, many of whom are actively involved in our race programs and love knowing the slopes are just an hour out of Toronto. I'm really excited that we're bringing this opportunity to our skiers to offer them another way to experience incredible skiing across Canada, while also delivering a great "at-home" ski resort experience on the best groomed runs in Ontario" said Jonathan Reid, Director of Operations at Horseshoe Resort.

In addition to being open for Alpine day and night skiing seven days a week, Horseshoe Resort also offers a variety of other ways to make the most of the winter sport season including fat bikes, snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, and snow tubing. Each winter, the resort hosts a variety of ski and snowboard competitions, weekly events and a vibrant apres scene.

About Skyline International
In total, Skyline owns over 2 million square feet of real estate and has over 2,600 acres with development rights for almost 7,000 residential units and nearly 1,300 rooms in its holdings, employing more than 1,500 staff. Besides its Ontario resorts, it owns Toronto's Omni King Edward Hotel as well as the Pantages Hotel and Spa. In late 2014 the company acquired Bear Valley Ski Resort in California.

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