Engaging in skiing, snowboarding, and other activities at Mount Timothy Ski Area comes with inherent risks. It’s important to recognize that these activities can pose dangers, including the risk of personal injury, death, or property loss. By choosing to use the ski area’s premises and facilities, and participating in these activities, you knowingly assume these risks. This includes any consequences arising from negligence, breach of contract, or failure of duty of care by the ski area operator.
While we strive to provide a safe environment, it’s essential for everyone at our ski area to be aware of and understand the risks involved.
The Safety and Risk Awareness section on our website offers comprehensive information to help you navigate these risks. We strongly encourage all participants, including parents or guardians of minors, to familiarize themselves with this information. Your awareness and cooperation are key to a safer and more enjoyable experience for everyone at Mount Timothy Ski Area.
As a user of our ski area premises and facilities, or as a participant in any activities here, you are legally responsible for understanding and accepting these risks. This acknowledgement is not just a formal requirement but a crucial aspect of ensuring your safety and that of others. Detailed information about this responsibility is available on posted notices throughout the ski area.
Mount Timothy Ski Resort, founded in 1988 and now locally owned since 2019, provides a relaxed family-friendly skiing experience in BC’s Cariboo range with diverse slopes, cozy cabins, and a tubing hill.
Important Announcement for the Ski/Board 2023/2024 Season
The owners of Mount Timothy have made a very difficult decision and are sad to announce that due to lack of snow, continued warm temperatures, no precipitation in the forecast and what would already be a very late start to the season, we will not be opening for the 23/24 ski/board season.
We have not forgotten about all those individuals who purchased season passes, punch cards and gift certificates. We have decided to remove the expiry date on both punch cards and gift certificates. making them valid until they are used. To our season pass holders, please call the resort at 250-396-4095 to discuss the options we have put in place, as we will take care of you.
As we are trying to recoup lost revenue, the licensed restaurant is now open the following days/times: