Pesach Vacation at Blackcomb Mountain

Passover vacation at blackcomb mountainLast week’s post covered Passover vacation at Whistler Mountain, but Whistler is only half of the famed Whistler Blackcomb ski range. Blackcomb Mountain is located north of Whistler Mountain and is taller than its counterpart, with a peak elevation of 5,280 feet. Though the very top of Blackcomb Mountain isn’t serviced by lifts, it still features a skiable vertical of an impressive 5,133 feet. The horizontal measurements are similarly amazing; the mountain’s largest skiable run is seven miles in length. Overall, Blackcomb Mountain boasts 3,414 acres of skiable terrain that can be explored and enjoyed as part of Pesach on the Mountain’s Passover program.

Blackcomb Mountain is geared especially to those with some experience under their belts, with 30% of the trails designed for experts and 55% of the trails geared towards skiers in the intermediate range. However, approximately 15% of the more than 100 trails on Blackcomb Mountain are suitable for beginners so that even visitors with less experience can enjoy both mountains in the range. In addition to the multitude of available trails, Blackcomb Mountain also boasts three parks, a super pipe, and a snow cross track. To get up Blackcomb Mountain, you can choose from one of the 17 available lifts, which combined can transport more than 31,000 up the mountain each hour.

Plan to spend your Passover vacation surrounded by beautiful snow! Call Pesach on the Mountain today at 1-855-PESACH-7 to reserve a spot at our snow- and fun-filled Passover program!

Peasch Vacation at Whistler Mountain

This Pesach, vacation at Whistler Mountain! Half of the largest ski range in North America, Whistler Mountain has an elevation of 7,160 feet, an incline of 5,020 feet, and 4,757 acres of skiable terrain. With its longest run measuring a whopping seven miles in length, Whistler Mountain is a treasure house of skiing possibilities just waiting to be explored.Pesach vacationIf you’re looking to ski down Whistler Mountain, you’ll first need to reach its top. The mountain offers 19 lifts, including two gondolas, six quads, and a 6-pack, all of which are high-speed. There’s also two triple chair lifts and eight surface lifts. Combined, the lifts can bring more than 35,000 skiers up the mountain each hour, so you can easily get to the top of any trail you want to try.

Whistler Mountain has over 100 trails, with approximately half of those designed for intermediate skiers. An additional 25% are expert-only trails, and about 20% of Whistler Mountain’s trails are beginner-friendly, ensuring that no matter how comfortable you feel on the slopes, there will be plenty to keep you busy. There’s also a kiddie ski school ideal for beginners, as well as two pipes for more experienced skiers and snowboarders.

Spend your Pesach vacation on Whistler Mountain. Call 1-855-PESACH-7 to reserve a spot at Pesach on the Mountain’s snow-filled Pesach program today!

A Passover Program with Skiing

Think Pesach vacation and most think of a snowy white wonderland with skiing, snowball fights, and more. No, we’re not confusing Pesach with Chanukah. At Pesach on the Mountain, we’ve created a Pesach program where you can spend your vacation in a winter-like wonderland. Whether you enjoy skiing, snowboarding, walking in the crisp air, or just sitting in front of the fireplace, at Pesach on the Mountain we’ve designed a Pesach program loaded with wintery activities for every day of the holiday.Pesach vacation at Whistler

Located in Whistler, British Columbia, our Pesach hotel provides easy access to Whistler Blackcomb, the largest ski range in North America. The two mountains combined offer over 200 marked runs, with 8,171 acres of terrain, 16 alpine bowls, and three glaciers for skiers at all levels of expertise to enjoy. The area typically sees snow up to, and sometimes even including, the month of May, making it uniquely capable of providing a snow-filled Pesach vacation.

This Pesach, bundle up and get ready to hit the largest ski range in North America. Pack your coat, gloves, hat, mittens, and scarf and head to Pesach on the Mountain’s unique Passover hotel program. Call us at 1-855-PESACH-7 to reserve spots for yourself and your family today!

Time to Plan Your Passover Vacation!

pesach hotel frontIt’s Pesach hotel time! Well, not quite yet, but almost—after all, Sukkot is already gone and passed. In the past, the end of Sukkot meant time to start cleaning, but with Pesach on the Mountain’s program, Pesach cleaning is about as outdated as rotary phones. Now, Pesach prep is as easy as filling out a form on your smartphone. For an even easier option, give us a call at 1-855-PESACH-7 (1-855-737-2247) and we’ll input your data for you!

Reservations are open and the expert planners at Pesach on the Mountain are now available to help you plan your dream Pesach vacation. We’re here to help in any way we can, and we specialize in working closely with every attendee to ensure they receive a room that perfectly suits their needs, but the earlier you reserve, the better selection you’ll have to choose from. Plus, if you finalize your reservation before December 15th, you’ll get a bonus discount of 15% off!

What are you waiting for? Pesach vacation is only six months away and space fills up quickly! Call Pesach on the Mountain today to discover the multitude of amenities you could have waiting for you when Pesach gets here.

Chol Hamoed Activities at Pesach on the Mountain’s Pesach Hotel

Pesach Program

Pesach is really soon, which means it’s time to start planning Chol Hamoed activities! We Our Pesach hotel is located in Whistler, British Columbia, home to the largest ski range in North America. There are over 8,000 acres of skiable terrain, plus high open bowls and woodland trails. Trails are available for beginners, experts, and every level in between and Whistler Mountain offers group, family, and kid’s lessons for those that need to freshen up their at Pesach on the Mountain are making it easy with the wide range of speakers and entertainers we’ll be featuring at our Pesach program, but we’re sure you’ll also want to take advantage of all that Whistler has to offer.

Just because you want to spend your Pesach vacation outdoors, doesn’t mean you have to ski. Whistler also features snowboarding, skating, zip-lining, snowmobiling, dog sledding, sleigh rides, and a number of other outdoor activities. Plus, there are a host of typical tourist options like shopping or visiting the town’s square.

For those who prefer to stay indoors, the Pesach hotel provides access to Whistler’s museums, raquet clubs, yoga classes, and rock climbing. There is also the Meadow Park Sport Center, which has swimming and other fitness activities. If you’re here a bit before Pesach and want to explore, the Whistler Brewing Company is a fun, exciting tour that offers a chance to see beer being brewed.

Whether you want to go out or stay in, Pesach on the Mountain has an array of fun ways to fill your Chol Hamoed. There are just a few days left, so it’s time to start choosing which of the Passover program’s activities you’ll be taking advantage of!

Enjoy a Snow-Filled Passover Vacation at Pesach on the Mountain!

Passover vacationSpring is finally beginning to make an appearance and the gorgeous weather is marvelous for almost every situation. The only snafu is if you were planning on skiing, snowboarding, or doing any such activity with your Passover vacation. Spring means warmer weather and melted snow, less than ideal conditions for anything that requires a snow-packed mountaintop.

If you want a Passover program that offers such activities, your options are extremely limited, but luckily Pesach on the Mountain is one such Passover hotel. We’re in Nita Lake Lodge in Whistler, British Columbia, an area that has snow from November to May.

Whistler has almost every outdoor activity you could want, from snowboarding and snow tubing to all kinds of skiing. Blackcomb and Whistler Mountains combine to form one of the largest and highest ski ranges in America, with over 8,000 acres of skiable terrain. Whether you’re looking for unusual and exciting activities like ziplining or bungee jumping, or you want to stick with a classic like cross country skiing, Pesach on the Mountain’s Passover program has what it takes to make your vacation perfectly snow-filled.

This Passover vacation, don’t let the warm weather prevent you from enjoying the snow. Come to Pesach on the Mountain to ski, sled, or snowboard!

It’s Time to Register for the Children’s Pesach Program at Pesach on the Mountain!

Pesach is in less than two weeks and Pesach on the Mountain is reminding its guests to sign their kids up for the children’s program at the Passover hotel. There will be a number of options available to provide entertainment and babysitting for kids of all ages, but the program requires parents to pre-register so to ensure an ideal staff/child ratio.

Tiny Tots, directed by Mrs. Brachi Friedman, is perfect Pesach program for kids of up to three years of age, though babies under 12 months must be supervised by a parent or nanny at all times. There will also be a group for children aged 3 to 5 and one for kids between 6 and 8, both of which will meet in the lobby each morning and afternoon before heading up to the spa room. The oldest group, for children aged nine to 12 years old, will meet in the library.

All the children’s programs at the Passover hotel will take place in the spa room on the second floor from 9:30am to 1:30pm and from 3:30pm to 6:00pm, though Tiny Tots will only be open in the morning. In addition to the scheduled Passover programs, there will also be a supervised playroom available daily from 1:30pm to 3:30pm on Chol Hamoed and 2:30pm to 3:30pm on Yom Tov, perfect for the parents who want to some time along to nap, take a hike, or go skiing.

Pesach on the Mountain Adds Rabbi Manis Friedman to List of Lecturers

As the holiday gets closer (there’s less than a month left!), the Pesach program from Pesach on the Mountain is constantly being expanded to include an ever-increasing number of famous lecturers, speakers, and entertainers. Some of those that will be featured at the Passover hotel have already been highlighted in this blog, including chef and caterer Menajem Perez, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, and 8th Day, one of the hottest bands on today’s Jewish music scene.

With just a few short weeks left to go, the Passover hotel has snagged Rabbi Manis Friedman, the world-renowned speaker, as a speaker for the program. Rabbi Friedman is the author of the highly acclaimed book “Doesn’t Anyone Blush Anymore,” and has been interviewed on over 50 talk shows. He has been featured in Publisher’s Weekly, Seventeen Magazine, and BBC Worldwide, amongst a host of other publications and shows.

Rabbi Manis Friedman is perhaps most well known for founding the Bais Chana Institute of Jewish Studies in 1971. Located in Minnesota, it was the world’s first yeshiva created specifically and exclusively for women. In addition to the speaking, traveling, and writing he does, Rabbi Friedman also holds the position of dean at the school.

Originally from Prague, Rabbi Manis Friedman has spoken in numerous countries around the world, including Brazil, Venezuela, Israel, and Hong Kong. This Pesach, he’ll be visiting Whistler, British Columbia, Canada as part of the unique and extensive Pesach program being offered by Pesach on the Mountain.

Only a Few Weeks Left to Reserve a Room at Pesach on the Mountain’s Passover Hotel

Skiing Pesach ProgramPesach on the Mountain’s Passover program begins on March 24th, leaving vacationers with less than a month to schedule their trip. Most of the suites in the Passover hotel have already been reserved and there are only 13 rooms left – eight studios and five one-bedroom suites. The remaining spaces are ideal for those traveling with smaller groups and offer the same sumptuous amenities as the more expansive suites.

All the rooms at the luxury resort feature king size beds, kitchenettes, 40” LCD televisions, gas fireplaces, and lavish bathrooms with double soaker bathtubs. Vacationers can choose between a view of the lake or the mountain, though availability may vary as rooms are reserved. Both options offer breathtaking glimpses of the local scenery and Whistler’s terrain, emphasizing the beauty that makes the area such a popular tourist destination.

Whistler, British Columbia is the backdrop to Pesach on the Mountain’s unique Passover program. In addition to spectacular views, the location also ensures snow throughout the months of March, April, and May, making it ideal for those looking for a snow-covered Pesach vacation. The Passover hotel takes full advantage of the area’s unique weather and offers everything from snow tubing to cross-country skiing.

With Pesach just around the corner, it’s time for the holiday preparations to swing into full gear. This year, plan for a snow-covered vacation in a luxurious Passover hotel. Call Pesach on the Mountain to reserve a room today, before space runs out!

Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis to Speak at Pesach on the Mountain’s Pesach Hotel

Pesach on the Mountain is putting together a program that can’t be beat. The Pesach hotel will be featuring a wide range of prominent personalities, including the popular band 8th Day and famed cantor Naftali Marrus. Its list of lecturers is similarly impressive and features well-known speakers like the irreverent Ami Horowitz and Dr. Miri Freud-Kandel.

The upcoming Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, will also be spending his Passover vacation at Pesach on the Mountain. Rabbi Mirvis has made a name for himself during his tenure as the Senior Rabbi of the Finchley Synagogue, where he has established a number of innovative educational programs like the Kinloss Learning Centre and the Kinloss Community Kollel. Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is also known for his efforts to encourage Jewish and Israeli pride as well as for his attempts to create more leadership roles for women in the Jewish community.

The Pesach program will also feature a lecture from the rabbi’s wife, Mrs. Valerie Mirvis, who is exceedingly well respected in her own right. A Senior Social Worker who has experience with Statutory Adoption Teams and Frontline Child Protection, Mrs. Mirvis is considered by many to be an authority on healthcare communications skills. Her book, “Please Don’t Break My Other Leg! A Guide to Emphatising with Patients,” has been well reviewed by patients and doctors alike.