Sasquatch Mountain Resort Everything You Should Know

Sasquatch Resort, formally Hemlock Resort, is an amazing family ski resort in the Fraser Valley! The mountain hosts 34 runs on 121 hectares of terrain. Skiers, snowboarders, snow shoers, and tubers will love the amazing terrain and experiences at Sasquatch. While you’re visiting make sure to hit up the resort dining options and stay overnight at the many accommodation choices.

Skiing and Snowboarding

Sasquatch is a great place for beginners and intermediates to shred. The lineups are typically shorter and the lift tickets are super affordable. There are 4 lifts on mountain: a triple chair, two double chairs, and magic carpet. These lifts give you access to all 34 runs. Sasquatch also offers night skiing, a terrain park, and 13 kilometres of cross country skiing.

Sasquatch has a base elevation of 980 metres and peak elevation of 1317 metres. The mountain receives an average annual snowfall of 30-35 feet.

Sasquatch mountain resort map

Sasquatch Ski Passes

Regular Half Day Night Skiing
Adult $69 $54 $36
Youth & Student $59 $44 $28
Child (6 – 12) $49 $34 $20
Family $223 $169 $93

Discounts on Monday to Wednesday passes and for seniors

Yeti Tube Park

The Yeti Tube Park is a massively popular activity on the mountain. The 8-lane tubing runs are perfect for all ages. Tubing at Sasquatch mountain is a family-friendly and an affordable must-do activity. Plan a day to bring all your friends for an exciting day on the hill!

Ticket Price
Single $25
Family $85
Child Free
Sasquatch Mountain Tubing

Snow Shoeing Base Loop and Mt. Klaudt

Enjoy some guided or self-guided snow shoe tours in the Hemlock region. Your walk will take your through towering evergreens and along powdered snow landscapes, truly breathtaking.

Trail Pass Trail Pass + Rental
Guided Base Loop $40 $50
Guided 2 Hour $44 $54
Guided 3 Hour $61 $71
Unguided $15 $22

Snowmobile & ATV

Our friends at JAG Outdoor Adventures offers some of the most amazing snowmobile and ATV tours. You won’t want to miss these backcountry tours through some of the most rugged terrain in the valley.

Sasquatch mountain resort ATV

Molly Horgan’s Pub & the Mountain Cafeteria

For your lunch hit up the Sasquatch Mountain Cafeteria. This spot has the classic ski lodge vibes and views directly to the lifts. Perfect for a family meeting spot.

Grab your apres drinks at the local favourite Molly Horgan’s Pub. You’ll love the amazing bar comfort food and a crisp beer after your long day of skiing and boarding.

Affordable Hemlock Accommodation

The resort offers some of the most affordable short-term vacation rentals in the Fraser Valley. Depending on the time of year and the size of accommodations you need, the average night can range between $89 – $200+/night. You can book a luxurious cedar cabin on Airbnb or HomeAway, perfect for a family of four. Even during peak-season the resort remains incredibly affordable. Many of the cabin rentals have hot tubs and saunas available for the guest!

Airbnb property management in Canmore
Sasquatch property management

Getting Here

There are two options for getting to Sasquatch Resort, driving or taking the shuttle.

If you driving you will need to exit off Highway 7 when you see the Sasquatch Inn, Morris Valley Road. Follow the Sasquatch signs to Hemlock Valley Road and turn left. This road will take you directly to the lodge and lifts but please take it slow since it is fairly windy and steep.

The shuttle bus has pick up zones throughout the Fraser Valley including Mission, Abbotsford, Chillawack, and Sand Piper Resort. Check out the Sasquatch shuttle bus schedule for times and prices.

The History of Sasquatch Mountain Resort

For decades visitors all over the Fraser Valley have been visiting Hemlock Resort which was renamed to Sasquatch Mountain Resort in 2017.

In 2006, Berezan Hospitality Group acquired Hemlock Resort and immediately began ambitious plans to transform the resort into a world-class playground. The ski resort has since upgraded building and life infrastructure. They worked with stakeholders such as local First Nations and the province of British Columbia to develop and approve a new resort master plan in 2016. The comprehensive plan envisions $1.5 billion in mountain investment in order to create a world class resort.

Planned Expansion

Every year the resort has been investing more and more into upgrading the runs and lifts. Once the masterplan has been executed the resort will cover more territory than Whistler, have more runs and a lower capacity – basically every skiers dream!

Here are some of the key planned upgrades:

  • Adding 3 new lifts and 43 new ski runs
  • New snow shoeing and hiking trails
  • Infrastructure to add downhill mountain biking
  • A indigenous themed village and retail center
  • Construction of a 480 room hotel and 280 room hostel
  • A campground
  • Adding a zipline

Sasquatch Mountain Resort is located in Hemlock Valley, BC. It is a ski resort mountain formerly known as Hemlock Mountain. It is recognized as one of the most popular ski resorts in the Fraser Valley.

The Sasquatch Mountain Resort is owned and operated by Berezan Hospitality Group. They have extensive experience in the commercial real estate management and hospitality industries.

The history of Sasquatch Mountain Resort dates back to 1969 when it was known as Hemlock Valley Recreation (HVR). At that time it only had a single rope-tow and an old school bus with a wood burning fireplace as the lodge. In 2006, Berezan Hospitality Group purchased the failing resort and developed plans to transform it into a world-class resort.