Ski resorts opening in November: Snow, Job & Fun!

October is coming to an end and the Pacific coast mild weather has vanished. Now, it’s all cold and rainy in Vancouver. Well, this surely doesn’t come as bad news for ski fans. Yep, cold and rain in downtown means snow and fun up in the mountains!  The start of the 2010-11 skiing season is just around the corner. Ski resorts are already getting ready for the season and most of them kick off in mid/end November.

Some of the best ski hills’ openings are even imminent in Banff area, starting with Nakista Ski Resort and Mount Norquay scheduled to open on October 30th, if weather permits. The next ones to open are the Lake Louise Ski Area on November 5th followed by Sunshine Village on November 11th. Of course, there are plenty of other ski resorts waiting to welcome you during this winter.

Seems like it’s going to be a great season of skiing and snowboarding this year so strap in for wild sports, fun and relaxation!

Winter season is also a great opportunity to work in ski resorts and hospitality industry. Imagine: combine business with pleasure! Work in the day and skiing/surfing on the slopes at night. What an ideal job!

STEPWEST knows that, that’s why we offer ski resort jobs placement within our Working Holiday and Study & Work programs. We will help you find a job at a ski resort (server, front desk, ski lift attendant, cook, barista etc.) and the job comes with staff accommodation provided by the employers among lots of other perks!

Take the first STEP to an awesome winter, contact us for more information on our programs at inquiry@stepwest.ca .

You can also visit our website for more information: http://stepwest.ca/programs/

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