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Yeah exactly. I mean so that's $120 for 2 days or $91 n change for one, according to this:
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So if I go one, I might as well ride 2. But my tix for Mont Blanc are included with my stay, so depends on funds I guess. I think the latitude card is like a 48hr pre-purchase too.

In regards to daylight and "night-skiiing", I was look at Mt St. Saveaur and I noticed the full day ticket is good till like 4pm, and nights till like 6pm or something? Forgive my ignorance, but when's it dark by up there come December?
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For night skiing Mt St. Saveaur should be open till 10 or 11 i would think just like other hills with night skiing.
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Ok cool deal, I'm gonna try to hit up everything I can.
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Anyone know how beginner friendly tremblant is? I may tag along with my husband in December but he skis.
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Anyone know how beginner friendly tremblant is? I may tag along with my husband in December but he skis.
Lots of easy terrain at Tremblant, really nice cruisers.
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I actually found a deal from Liftopia for a little cheaper! Thanks everyone I appreciate it.
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