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post #2 of (permalink) Old 08-30-2012, 05:25 PM Thread Starter
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Well, when I got up this morning I was expecting a whole bunch of stoked riders to be on here?
Yet not even a comment.

So hopefully some of the Cypress pass holders from previous years will chime in & explain how much better it is compared to Seymour.

AIRider, Sassicaia & anyone else who can attest to validity of what I'm sayin'
Please tell the masses what you think of the two!!
Even if your on the other side of the world & are never going to get out here, I would be curious to see which one you would pick?
To me it's a no-brainer

Here is a quick run down.
Seymour: 200 acres of downhill ski and snowboard terrain.
Vertical Drop: 330m
They wouldn't dare say the lift capacity per hour! In reality it's probably between 100-200, & that's being generous.

Cypress: has 600 acres of downhill ski and snowboard terrain..
Vertical Drop: 610m
Lift Capacity - 9000 skiers per hour
Cypress Mountain has 35 Snow Guns & opens @ least a month before if not more than Seymour.

They are all wicked deals but the Silver pass option is the one you should be carefully looking over.
It costs $20 more than the Seymour pass, the limitations couldn't be any better if I got to pick them myself.

To be honest, I can't believe that no one has jumped on this. These are prices from the 1990's.


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