KLJS Ski Trip 
Join us on March 31
Welcoming any and all 19-35 year old Lithuanians for an epic ski/ snowboarding weekend.

What can you expect on this trip? From meandering down Pony Trail on Whistler Mountain, enjoying Aprés ski off the slopes with your lifelong Lithuanian friends, soaking in the hot tub at Listel Hotel (our lodging for the weekend), to shooting down the winter zipline over snow-covered pine trees, there is something for EVERYONE to enjoy. (Non-skiers to experts) Meet us at the secret Blackcomb ice cave, anyone?

Book your plane tickets to Vancouver, pack your ski gear, and get ready to have a blast at the best ski resort in North America!

*Disclaimer* KLJS is merely acting as an organizer for this trip, not a host. We are not covering the cost of this trip although some discounts were provided through group booking. You are welcome to book accommodations/ transportation services at your own discretion. 
Whistler, BC Canada

The Listel Hotel
4121 Village Green, Whistler, BC V8E 1H2
Date & Time
March 31, 2023 to April 3, 2023
Getting to Vancouver
All attendees are responsible for their own travel expenses to Vancouver! Try to book ASAP as prices rise everyday.
Fly into Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Avoid Abbotsford International Airport (YXX) as this is over an hour outside of Vancouver and even further from Whistler.

Coming from the East Coast? We recommend flying directly into Seattle (instead of having a layover in Toronto) and taking the bus across the border. This can save time and money. Contact Arija Empakeris: [email protected] or DM her on Facebook or Instagram (@sing.an.arija) for assistance in flight planning.

If you are traveling by ferry we highly recommend arriving at the Horseshoe Bay terminal in North Vancouver. Then take an Uber/taxi or the 257 bus to Downtown Vancouver, and make your way to Yaletown-Roadhouse Station.

Good to Know
Arrange to arrive in Vancouver on March 31st (morning would be best) to leave time to get through the airport, gather luggage, arrive at the meeting point, and eat before the journey to Whistler.

You can arrive as early as you’d like, as long as it’s not in the middle of the night. We will be meeting near Yaletown-Roundhouse Station. If you arrive early, luggage will be supervised so you are welcome to explore downtown Vancouver before the charter bus is scheduled to leave. Details with an exact address will be provided via email, upon registration.

Remember: Vancouver is in Pacific Standard Time, so when you’re booking flights from another time zone, make sure you don’t arrive too late or too early.
Getting to Whistler
From your arrival, please make your way to the Downtown Vancouver, Yaletown-Roundhouse Station via public transit or Uber/taxi.
KLJS has booked a charter bus to drive us from Downtown Vancouver to Whistler Village, where we will be staying.

Charter Bus (Booked by KLJS)
Bus to Whistler [Friday afternoon]: $50 CA / $37 US
Bus to Vancouver [Monday afternoon]: $50 CA / $37 US
*Price may be reduced based on how many seats are reserved. The bus can hold up to 56 people.

Shuttle Buses (Public Transit)
Skylynx offers shuttle buses from YVR to Whistler. See shuttle bus schedule here.
$30 CA one-way or $40 CA round trip.
The Listel Hotel
Directions: 4121 Village Green, Whistler, BC V8E 1H2
Check-in: 03/31/2023
Check-out: 04/03/2023
Reservation under Arija Empakeris
KLJS has a limited room block available at the Listel Hotel. Accommodations fit 4 or 2 people per room. Please indicate your room preference on the registration form.

Price (accounting for 4 days/3 nights)
Spot in a four-person room: $195 CA / $145 US
Spot in a two-person room: $364 CA / $270 US


Located at the heart of the village, the hotel is just moments away from the mountains, tucked away in a quiet cul-de-sac off the main stroll, allowing guests to step back from the hustle and bustle and relax completely.

-Free wifi
-Hot tub and sauna (11am- 9pm)
-Ski and snowboard valet service (extra cost)
-Secure overnight parking ($28 per night)
-Champagne lounge
Lift Tickets
Ski/snowboard lift tickets are to be purchased in advance! We are planning to have2 full ski days on April 1st and 2nd. 
Link to purchase here: Whistler Blackcomb lift tickets
Cost: $290.33 CAD after tax
Other Activities
Not a skier? No problem - Whistler has you covered, top to bottom!
Check out the other winter activities Whistler has to offer. From snow tubing, hiking, snowmobile tours, and more, there is something for everyone.
Food & Drink
In BC, you must be 19+ to purchase alcohol, consume alcohol, and enter numerous establishments that serve alcohol, such as bars and clubs. Therefore, this trip will be limited to 19-35 year olds.

Breakfast and lunch on ski days are up to you. If you are skiing, Whistler has multiple lodges on the mountain open for lunch. Make sure to check the time they stop serving lunch (Roundhouse stops selling lunch at 2PM)! They have quick-eats vending machines - if you want to grab a quick snack - or sit down style cafeterias.

Every night, we’ll announce which restaurant/pub the group will be heading to for dinner. We’ll also share where we’ll be going out that night for drinks. You’re welcome to go with the group or eat somewhere else in the village.

Here are some options we recommend in the Village:
- El Furniture Warehouse
-Longhorn Saloon (for Après ski party)
- Splitz Grill
- Pasta Lupino
- Avalanche Pizza
- Misty Mountain Pizza (open ‘til 3AM)
- Tapley's Pub
- Fuji Market
- Zogs
- Beacon
- Mongolie Grill
- Earls
Overall Cost
Costs will vary per person, depending on where you're coming from, what kind of accommodations you select, personal preferece of food, etc. Your budget will include all the following expenses:

+ Lift tickets ($290 CAD)
+ Accommodation ($195-$365 CAD)
+ Transportation
+ Food & drink
= ~$1,000 
Can I bring a +1 (Lithuanian or non-Lithuanian)?
Yes! Just make sure they also register through our form, so we’ll have an accurate number of attendees. They are also welcome to purchase accommodation and bus transportation through KLJS (done in the ski trip registration form).

What if I need ski gear? 
There are stores in the village that you can either purchase or rent from. You can also rent directly through Whistler Blackcomb/ Vail Resorts in a bundle when purchasing your lift ticket, but this tends to be more expensive.

Rentals in Whistler Village:
- Through Whistler Blackcomb [bundle when buying lift tickets]
- Summit Sport
- Spicy Sports
Ready to Hit the Slopes?
Join us in Whistler on March 31- April 3!

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