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Yea but the sections of the park that are non-park pass are big and extremely legit so you really don't need the park pass imo.
I didn't get it cause I was only there for a few days and didn't ski that much park there.
The big features that require the park pass are massive.
Given the features in there it costs far, far more than that, yes.
And people saying it's a "basic feature" of the resort might have a point if not for the multiple other parks on Blackcomb and Whistler that are accessible without the pass.
Not to mention $30 bucks is pretty much what lunch for 2 people costs up there anyway.
Makes sens. Alright well I'm guessing since they do not generate any major profits from the park itself, building one is an investment to attract riders from all over the world. Those riders will use their hotels, their restaurants, buy day passes, etc. So yes they make profits, but only indirectly. And I'm pretty sure it would cost them way more than 6000$ per year to build and maintain the whistler blackcomb parks, or maybe you're right I dont know