Summer operations to be announced soon
Multi-use trail and access road for our XC trails on the far west of our trail network. This is our main multi-use trail access for our Finger trail.
This trail can be accessed without a chair lift ride, however, a waiver and free pass need to be picked up at the Alpine Lodge prior to entering the bike park. The mountain's signature XC trail, delivering challenging terrain and providing unparalleled views of Strathcona Provincial Park. Steeper grades with more difficult obstacles offer riders a natural progression to more advanced XC skills.
Short multi-use trail around a small pond
Multi-use trail overlooking the Raven Lodge and providing spectacular views of the Strathcona Park.
Trail suitable for beginner and intermediate riders with gentle terrain, sweeping berms and a few small rollovers. Confidence and conditioning can be built up riding this trail, and experienced riders need to be aware of new beginners. Please take it slow and be aware of all others riding around you.
Raked and groomed July 14th. New beginner trail with fun flowy berms.
This trail is the next step in your progression to steeper grades. With slightly steeper terrain it offers riders a natural progression to more advanced skills.
Progression to steeper grades with more difficult obstacles offers riders a natural progression to more advanced skills.
Fun flow trail with berms, roller jumps, tables, and a rock ride feature.
Short but sweet! Our latest new fun flow trail that can be accessed off Hwy 19 is now open.
New Extension Now Open! New Trail Hustler features large berms, bridges, tables and large roll-overs along with over a km of flow to get you stoked! A Blue Flow Trail offering Black-Diamond features with ride-around options.
Closed on Sunday, July 25th for Downhill Race. Technical trail type offering single-track descent with steep grades and tight turns.
New end section open. Inspired by our friends in Cumberland this blue square tech trail features a small waterfall, a creek and great alpine views of Strathcona Park. A great addition for riders to access the hawk chair from the lodge.
The first section of Wizard aptly named The Wiz. This trail has the 3 R's, roots, rocks and rollovers. Be aware of crossing at Greenline and yield to slower riders.
The second section of Wizard. Steep flowy berm sections with some jumps.
Steep flowy berm sections with some large jumps and step-ups. New drop feature, you'll find this new drop just before Time Warp joins the Monster Mile.
Lower Time Warp! Access off Monster/Hawk Connector or via Disco road. Inspired by the former 4-Cross and Bear Claw Invitational, this black diamond trail has large features and flow giving advanced and expert riders fall line to the Hawk Chair.
NEW line! Look for the new rock roll on riders left near mid section of Back in Black. Watch for, drops and other features. All features have a ride-around option. Full armour and a high degree of skill are strongly suggested for the most advanced riders.
Closed on Sunday, July 25th for Downhill Race. Now starting from the top of the Hawk chairlift and connecting to the lower sections to make one tech of a trail.
Loamy handcrafted sub-alpine tech trail featuring amazing views, flowy sections, rock gardens and more!
A steep and gnarly technical trail only meant for advanced riders. The mountain's signature old-school freeride trail. If you are unfamiliar with this trail, make sure you look first before rolling onto a feature.
Open top to bottom! Experts only on this technical double-black trail with unbeatable views from the top of Eagle Chairlift.
A short advanced tech trail to start your day or end your last run on the way to the Hawk chairlift
A short tech trail connecting Hustler to the Alpine Lodge.
This Blue Tech trail will challenge your skills.
Located at the corner of the Finger Trail and Back in Black.
The Eagle Skills area was designed to build confidence and familiarize riders with our bike park. This area contains a small drop zone as well as berms and rollers similar to those you'll find on the mountain trails.
Our accommodation packages remove the heavy lifting from vacation planning and offer deep deals to the savvy skier. Postcard-perfect Christmas, mid-week mega deals and a Spring Break that’s cool for the whole family are just a few Mt. Washington adventures you can expect to experience.
Follow the path to higher ground this winter and stay on-mountain at Mt. Washington. Bear & Deer Lodge are the ultimate trifecta of ski-in-ski-out lodging options with the Alpine Lodge and two chairlifts nestled at its base. Here you will experience our mountain culture to its fullest and be transformed into a snowfall watching, après ski going, first-tracks claiming efficinato.
The Comox Valley is one of Vancouver Island’s true local destinations. Treat yourself to a ski package at one of the many resorts, hostels and other accommocations offering lodging and lift ticket package options to Mount Washington. After a day on the mountain, spend your time exploring the quaint offerings of our local communities approximately 30-45 minute drives in Cumberland, Courtenay, Comox and Campbell River.
A) The add-on Pass Refundable Option allows you to receive a pro-rated refund or deferral of your season pass for the following reasons:
1. Medical – An injury or illness which prevents the use of the pass for the duration of the season that is valid. The refund is not applicable for an interim injury or illness.
2. Employment Transfer – A transfer by the pass holder’s current employer requiring a change of residence off Vancouver Island and surrounding islands. The refund is not applicable when voluntarily leaving the area for work or travel.
Any family member unable to ski the remainder of the season due to your injury, illness or move, will also receive a refund provided they have purchased the refundable option. Refunds are not available for reasons outside of the list above
A) Wearing masks in public indoor settings is not required by public health. Wearing a mask is a personal choice. Masks are encouraged, but not required. However, guests are required to show Proof of Vaccination at sit-down dining establishments including Ted’s Bar & Grill. Continue reading more information here www.mountwashington.ca/expectations
Q. Where is my Guest Profile? How do I login?
A: There are two separate eStore experiences right now.
For Tickets, Passes, 6ixPaks: https://mountwashington.ltibooking.com/
For Snow School and Events: https://shop.mountwashington.ca/
Q. When I browse products on the web store, nothing is available for purchase.
A. Make sure you have selected the date you plan to visit the resort or the date that your program is scheduled to start; use the green date button on the left-hand side of the store. For example, select Saturday, January 15th, 2022 as the date for Free Ride Programs starting January 15th.
Q. I have added a product into my cart, but it will not let me Proceed to Checkout
A. Ensure that all the products in your cart have a guest assigned to them by clicking "Set Guest". Everyone visiting needs a unique profile. Make sure that the guest is the person that will be taking the lesson or renting the equipment. For example, if you are booking a lesson for your child, make sure you log in with their information.
Q. I have searched for my partner or child in the system, but I do not know their password.
A. Click “Reset my Password” to send an email to the email address listed on file. If you do not receive an email, please call us at 250-338-1386 and we can help update your guest profile.
Below instructions are for https://shop.mountwashington.ca/
HOW TO BUILD A GUEST PROFILE
1. Click the Shop footer, select "Guest Lookup"
2. If you are a new guest, click “create new guest” button
3. If you have purchased online in the past you can log in with “existing guests” profile
4. Fill out your information under Guest Edit and SAVE
5. Check to make sure the info is correct on the next page
6. IF you are purchasing a season pass select “Upload Photo” in the bottom button:
Q. Does my lesson include equipment and a lift ticket?
A. No, lesson pricing reflects the cost of the lesson only. All lesson participants must have a valid lift ticket and ski or snowboard equipment. Please add tickets and rental equipment to your cart when booking online if needed.
Q. What level of lesson should I book in to?
A. Check out our ability levels guide here mountwashington.ca/ability-guide
Q. How can I book a private lesson?
A. Private lessons must be booked over the phone. Please call our Snow School at 250-338-1386 ext. 384 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q. Is there any other way I can make a reservation?
A. Yes, you can always call us at 250-338-1386 ext. 384 to speak to a lesson booking specialist or email email@example.com
Q. What are your lesson cancellation policies?
A. All lessons must be paid in full at the time of booking.
Lessons can be cancelled or rescheduled more than 48 hours in advance. Please call the Snow School at 250-338-1386 ext. 384 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no refunds or changes allowed within 48 hours of the lesson time unless due to a medical issue or illness. No refunds will be issued due to weather conditions. Guests who are late for their lesson will not be able to join. We will do our best to rebook for later that day.
Q. What are your lesson policies during COVID-19?
A. View Program Policies Here