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A look back at our 2018 season!

What better way to celebrate the official beginning of summer than to look back at the amazing winter we had in 2018!

We were proud to host more than 250 guests from 11 countries over our 14 weeks of operation. Each week brought both new and returning guests that we were lucky enough to create new memories with both in the mountains, and around the fire in the lodge.

This season saw great skiing in all 4 zones in our tenure across the Northern Rockies and Cariboos. The snow gods blessed us with over 46 days that saw 10+ cm of fresh snow – our biggest storm dropped a whopping 175cm! All of this fun in the snow was captured in pictures by our amazing guests and guides and a snap from each tour is posted below.

22 of our guests celebrated milestones with Crescent Spur this winter – 8 people skied with us for their 5th week, another 8 for their 10th week, 1 for their 15th week, 4 for the big 2-0. One special guest celebrated both 50 (and then 51, 52 AND 53) weeks of skiing at Crescent Spur! That’s over one whole year spent in these amazing mountains. (Check out our blog celebrating Garry here) 33% of our guests this season skied with us for the first time, and we feel honoured to welcome them to the Crescent Spur family. We are also proud to say that our female contingent grew by 6.4% this year! Let’s keep this trend going and get more ladies out here on the slopes.

It’s time to begin the count down to the start of the 2019 season. General booking for 2020 opens in mid-November 2018. We can’t wait to see you all soon! Click here for a little conditions update 😉 Let’s go skiing!

Tour 3 on top of the world
Tour 4 took to the skies
Tour 5 waiting for their chariot
Tour 6 was in it deep
Tour 7 carving silky lines
Tour 8 slicing it on a blue bird day
Tour 9 going full send
Tour 10 keeping watch on the valley below
Tour 11 enjoying the white room
Wave your hands in the air Tour 12
Tour 13 making magic
Happy faces for Tour 14
Tour 15 takes a trip to the forest
Tour 16 hanging out next to the hanging glacier