Lost and Found

Lost and Found

If there is one thing this pandemic has taught us, it’s that it is possible to be lost and found at the same time. We are social animals who thrive when we are able to connect with others - be it at the pub, at a yoga class, or at the office. It has
Are you ready for the weekend?

Are you ready for the weekend?

The lower T-Bar ran continuously for 4 hours on Sunday! Thank you Dave Steele, Dean Davidson, James Thomas, Andrew Lee, and everyone else who worked late nights, early mornings, and long days to get this baby working. You guys are our heroes! (I unde
Ice Ice Baby

Ice Ice Baby

Ice Ice Baby There was little singing last Sunday as the folks coming down the mountain hit icy corners causing several vehicles to slide on the road and some into the ditch. Luckily no one was hurt and everyone pulled together to help put on chains
The Lower T Bar

The Lower T Bar

There is a feeling around the world today that order has been restored and chaos has been tossed. One would think that the sweeping feeling of joy has something to do with our beloved Lower T Bar but unfortunately that is not the case. Despite the fe
The Week That Was

The Week That Was

Success at Cain is measured in a few ways. Centimetres of snow, number of powder days, the amount of Dark Matter consumed après ski, and the size of the smile on the faces of skiers big and small. Christmas break 2020, however, brought in some new me
Little Feet and Lot's of Sisu

Little Feet and Lot's of Sisu

Little Feet and Lots of Sisu In Finland, sisu is used to describe people who have a certain outlook on life. Those of us from Sointula, which was founded over 100 years ago by Finnish settlers, are very familiar with this concept. For those of you wh
A Strange Opening

A Strange Opening

It has been a strange year so let’s have a strange opening.Since 2020 has been anything but normal, we thought we should keep up the tradition and have an unconventional opening. Despite the efforts of many, the Lower T will not be running until th
Things Are Coming Together

Things Are Coming Together

Things are coming together at Mount Cain but we ask for your patience as we wait for a few things. First and foremost, we are waiting for snow. We will continue to post weather updates but we still need quite a bit of snow to be able to open the lift
Is it Snowing At Cain?

Is it Snowing At Cain?

We all know the feeling. - you are sitting at home, watching the rain continue to fall and you can't help but wonder: is it snowing at Cain? I know there is, on average, a 6-8 degree temperature difference between my home in Sointula and Cain.
Getting to Mount Cain

Getting to Mount Cain

While many of you are returning to enjoy our little ski hill, some of you may be new comers. Sometimes, getting to Cain is part of the adventure so we thought we would share some tips with you to ensure you arrive safely. You must bring chains with y
Notice of 2020 AGM

Notice of 2020 AGM

Typically, the Mount Cain Alpine Park Society (MCAPS) holds its Annual General Meeting (AGM) the third Saturday of September but, given the BC Centre for Disease Control guidelines limiting gatherings of larger than 50 people, the Board of Directors
Schedule of Events - 2020/21

Schedule of Events - 2020/21

The 2020/21 winter season is upon us and we have just released our Schedule of Events.The big one that everyone is asking about is opening day.Weather pending, we will be ready to open on December 12th, 2020.Now it's time to pray to Ullr!See the