Get Your Season Pass Now

Get your season pass now!

• Table Mountain – in person or call us at 306-937-2920 ext 0
• Feedom Skate & Snow

• Family Pass $700
• Adult (16+) $330
• Youth (11-15) $250
• Junior (6-10) $150
• Senior (65+) $230

2016/17 Season Pass Holders get benefits at some mountain resorts:
Lake Louise
• 20% off full-day, regular-priced winter lift tickets. Does not apply to multi-day lift tickets
• No blackout dates

Marmot Basin
• 20 % off regular priced lift tickets all season long
• 20% off high performance rentals in the Caribou Chalet
No blackout dates
• Additionally, some Jasper hotel’s offer discounted room rates when booked in advance; subject to availability and blackout dates may apply

Sunshine Village
• 10% off regular rate lift tickets on Saturdays & Sundays
• 20% off regular rate lift tickets on weekdays
• 15% off Best Available Stay & Ski package at the Sunshine Mountain Lodge, Sunday through Thursday nights
• 10% off regular Summer Gondola & Standish Sightseeing Package on Saturday & Sunday
• 20% off regular Summer Gondola and Standish Sightseeing Package on Friday and Monday
• 20% off Summer Shuttle and Standish Sightseeing and Hiking tickets Tuesday through Thursday
Blackout Dates:
-December 23-31, 2016
-January 1-2, 2017
-February 17-20, 2017
-March 25-26, 2017

CASI & CSIA Courses

Want to be an Instructor?

CASI and CSIA will each be holding their Level 1 Courses at Table Mountain on December 16-18, 2016.

Register and pay on line directly through them. These national certifications are required by snow schools across the country to be eligible to work as an instructor.  Please note that successful completion of the course does not guarantee employment, and that you need to follow application processes for the resort areas that you would like to work at.

View more info on Lessons & Camps at Table Mountain here

Burton Snowboards Tour

January 30th & 31st, 2016 – Burton Snowboards cross country tour will be at Table Mountain!

Free test rides, giveaways, Coors Light Throwback Challenge and Après, women’s ride days, Riglet Parks for the youth!


  • 9:00am – 4:00pm– 2016 Board Demos
  • 12:00pm– All girls meet at BMF Trailer for Burton Girls Ride Day
  • 12:00pm – 3:00pm– Burton Girls Ride Day
  • 12:30pm – 2:30pm– Coors Light Throw Back Race


  • 9:00am – 4:00pm – 2016 Board Demos

** All events hosted by the Burton Mountain Festival – Each event is unique and schedule may change


Our fundraiser was a huge success!  Thank you to those who braved the cold to help support the McCaffrey family.  And thank you to all of our sponsors who donated to the event for the BBQ, silent auction & raffles!  Anyone who would still like to donate can do so at the Innovation Credit Union.  Make cheques payable to Battle Zone Ski Patrol – McCaffrey Family

Table Mountain Regional Park hopes to build momentum this season

A ski hill in Saskatchewan hopes to build momentum after a late start to the season. Table Mountain Regional Park general manager Lawrence Blouin says it’s been rough and is hoping it stays cold.

“It’s not a very good season at all as far as natural snow or temperatures to be able to make snow. It’s just been way too mild,” said Blouin.

“We typically open the first Saturday in December and we didn’t open until the 19th this year.”

Usually, there are about 65,000 to 70,000 skier visits with the season concluding at the end of March. During the 2014-15 season, the hill had around 66,000 to 66,500 visits.

“Attendance has been down quite a bit … we lost two weeks so if I compare this year’s numbers to last year’s we’re way behind,” said Blouin.

“Through the Christmas season they’re picking up every day. As soon as we get a little busier, it’s been cold.”

On Monday, Blouin said all skiing and snowboarding runs are open and in excellent condition. The only thing that’s not open yet is the tubing park.

“In that area, actually, we’re in the process of making snow right now … so a couple days after that we’ll be able to open up our tubing runs as well, but right now we have no snow in that area,” said Blouin.

He says lineups for their two chairlifts are short and the hill west of North Battleford, Sask. is a great place to learn to ski or snowboard. Blouin added that skis have become more popular these days whereas kids used to opt for snowboarding lessons more through their school program.

“People are still interested in coming out, for sure. A nice crowd here today and probably even busier tomorrow, so it’s going to keep getting busier I would think once word gets out that we’re open,” Blouin said.

“Don’t get discouraged driving up here and not seeing any snow because we do have lots of snow out here and they’ll be well rewarded if they take the take to come out and see us.”

Table Mountain is open every day until Jan. 3 with lifts running from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For the rest of January, it’s open Wednesday to Sunday and then seven days a week through February and March.

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  • Rentals full-time and part-time staff
  • Kitchen full-time and part-time staff
  • Outside Operations full-time and part-time staff
  • Ski and Snowboard Instructors full-time and part-time staff

Flexible hours and competitive wages!

If you are interested in any positions or have any questions or concerns, please call 306-937-2920 Ext 0 or fill out the form below. Send us your resume by…

  • Fax
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    Table Mountain Regional Park
    Box 343
    North Battleford, SK
    S9A 2Y3
  • In person at Table Mountain Regional Park. Please call before coming to ensure someone will be available to meet you