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Putt around Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows and enjoy several distinctly different championship courses, all within minutes of each other. From challenging greens to spectacular clubhouse facilities and first-rate pro shop…from award-winning culinary offerings to on-site spa facilities and other pampered indulgences, golfing in our communities is an unforgettable experience.




Golden Eagle Golf Club
21770 Ladner Road
Pitt Meadows, BC, V3Y 1Z1

T: 604-460-1111
F: 604-460-1118

Email: info@goldeneaglegolfclub.com
Website: www.goldeneaglegolfclub.com

Located only 45 minutes from Vancouver, Golden Eagle Golf Club is situated amidst the beautiful Thompson Mountains located in scenic Pitt Meadows. Upon visiting Golden Eagle you will find 36 fun and challenging holes divided between our North & South Golf courses. Rolling fairways surrounded by plenty of water and bunkers lead you to massive bent grass greens testing all aspects of your game. Once you have completed the round, take in some food and beverages on our breathtaking patio. Relax and unwind amongst a comfortable yet social atmosphere players have come to know and lover here at Golden Eagle.




IntraWest Corporation/ Swan-e-set
16651 Rannie Road
Pitt Meadows, BC
V3Y 1Z1

T: 604-465-9380
F: 604-465-3727

Email: swaneset@intrawest.com
Website: www.swaneset.com

2 championship golf courses, designed by the legendary Lee Trevino and spread across some awe-inspiring terrain; a dazzling 65,000 square foot clubhouse, complete with every amenity you can imagine.

Meadow Gardens Golf Course

19675 Meadow Gardens Way
Pitt Meadows, BC
V3Y 1Z2

T: 604-465-5474
F: 604-465-8470

Email: info@meadowgardens.com
Website: www.meadowgardens.com

Bar & Grill, pro shop, driving range, banquet facilities (up to 300 ppl), golf tourneys on signature 18 holes, beautiful wedding receptions, meetings and conventions.


Pitt Meadows Golf Club
13615 Harris Road
Pitt Meadows  V3Y 2R8
Office Phone     (604) 465-5431
Office Fax        (604) 465-1611
Golf Shop         (604) 465-4711

Contact us: info@pittmeadowsgolf.com 
Situated on the old Greybrook Farm property, this member-owned facility is located in an ideal setting. From perfectly manicured lawns to the picturesque backdrop of the Golden Ears Mountains, this course is as amazing to play as it is to look at. Pitt Meadows Golf & Country Club also has 25,000 square foot clubhouse with many functions. From the member's lounge to the meeting room, and the locker room to the pro-shop, this clubhouse has everything you could possibly need all in one location. If you enjoy golf, or the company of golfers, then there is no better place to be than Pitt Meadows Golf & Country Club.


 Eighteen Pastures Golf Course
29110 Matheson Ave, Mission, BC V2V 6H5

(604) 462-8622

Rugged public course. The name says it all.


Ski & Snowboard:



Apex Mountain Resort  Discover Apex, a hidden gem in Canadian skiing. Ju
st 30 minutes from Penticton in the sunny Okanagan Valley, Apex is a full service destination resort boasting Okanagan powder, great weather, incredible terrain, and friendly people.  The mountain boasts more than 1112 acres of natural terrain, with a diverse selection of bowls, gullies, mogul fields, glades and groomed cruising runs.  
Five chairs which include, a high-speed detachable quad, a T-bar and a beginners handle tow allow skiers and snowboarders to slide down any of the more than 60 trails.  The village at Apex is a friendly place, with retail shops, restaurants and night life. Families can enjoy horse-drawn sleigh rides, ice skating and movies.  Nordic skiers have 56 km of scenic trails to explore.


Cypress Mountain Located just outside of Vancouver, Cypress Mountain is a riders haven. Just a short trip up the road and one is able to experience the famous powder of BC. Located in the North Shore Mountains, Cypress Mountain offers big riding with big city convenience. With five lifts servicing 38 trails, Cypress Mountain is a haven for riders who are looking for an area that is close by. Cypress Mountain is made up of Strachan Mountain and Black Mountain with all levels of terrain for all types of riders. In adddition, cross-country and snowshoeing enthusiasts have lots of terrain to explore as well. XC and snowshoers have over 19 and 10 km respectively of trails and Cypress Mountain offers full service expertise to make this adventure fun.


Mount Seymour  Located in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Mount Seymour has the high
est base elevation and the deepest annual snowfall of all the local mountains. Only 22 km from downtown Vancouver, Mount Seymour has a base elevation of 1,010 m and a 1,400 m summit. The mountain has varied terrain and consists of 40 percent intermediate, 40 percent beginner and 20 percent advanced. There are four chairlifts and two beginner tows. The longest run is 2.4 km, the vertical drop-nearly 400 m and the average snowfall is 400 cm.  A ski school caters to all ages and abilities, and rental services (full ski and snowboard) are available.


Grouse Mountain  Only 15 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Grouse Mountain is the only local mountain with snowmaking capabilities, ensuring maximum snow coverage and excellent texture on every run. Plus, when the sun goes down, the lights go on, so you can keep on skiing and boarding into the night. This area offers great views, 22 runs from beginning to expert and four double chair lifts.  Additional features of Grouse Mountain include snowshoe tours, helicopter rides with breathtaking views of B.C.'s incredible mountains and valleys and a skyride from North America's largest aerial tramway system.


Silver Star Mountain Resort is a scenic, year-round family vacation destination featuring an abundance of snow during winter, numerous adventure activities during summer and a cozy, comfortable and welcoming village every season. Two mountain faces, Vance Creek and Putnam Creek, are blanketed with an average annual snowfall of 23 feet , providing an average snow pack of 245cm (8 ft). The feather-light snow is groomed to perfection with plenty left over for the powder hounds, especially in the 300 acres of open bowl or glade terrain. Vance Creek, the south face, features predominantly intermediate and novice terrain with a few expert options accessed from the summit. Putnam Creek, the north face, is home to some of the most challenging terrain found anywhere. Expert runs plummet through narrow gullies and exhilarating chutes, and there are 11 double black diamond runs.


Hemlock Valley  Tucked away high above Harrison Lake, Hemlock Resort is a quaint alpine community comprised of log cabins, town houses, condominiums and a daylodge. Hemlock is an intermediate mountain -- 60 percent of the 34 trails are rated intermediate, with the balance divided equally between beginner and expert -- covering 250 acres of skiable terrain. Three chairlifts and a handle tow quickly take skiers and snowboarders to nicely groomed runs and open bowls.  Nordic skiers are not forgotten at Hemlock. Cross-country trails have been improved and the facilities expanded recently. Hemlock allows cross country skiers, however the ski areas does not groom our runs.


Sun Peaks With 3678 acres and 2891 vertical feet of fall line downhill on three mountains, all skiing nicely into one well planned village, Sun Peaks Resort is an experience that will change the way you view winter resorts forever.  Sun Peaks has some other claims to fame, such as the best grooming in Western Canada and the best weather for skiing in Canada (Sun Peaks averages over 2000 hours of sunshine per year).  There is no lack of things to do once the sun does go down at Sun Peaks Resort, with numerous pubs, restaurants, a rockin� night club, skating rinks, tube park, etc. to give the whole gang maximum value during their holiday. There are also another dozen or so non-ski activities such as dog sledding, snowmobile tours, and snowshoeing should you wish to take a day off the slopes.


Whistler Blackcomb  Over 8,100 acres of skiable terrain, 12 alpine bowls and more than 200 runs. Nestled in the heart of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Whistler is located 120 km (75 miles) north of Vancouver.  Famous for its challenging terrain, animated village life and west coast friendliness, Canada's foremost four-season resort is considered one of the premiere mountain destinations in the world. And its reputation is well earned. Two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, rise up a mile out of the valley (5,280 vertical feet) and access over 8,000 acres of prime mountain terrain including 12 alpine bowls, three glaciers and more than 200 marked trails through 33 state of the art lifts.  But that's not all. Whistler Village offers an enchanting pedestrian-only village, alive with festival entertainment, colorful shops and cozy bistros.


Big White boasts a longer than average ski season running from mid-November to mid-April. This is due to the 750 cm (300 inches) of snow received annually. With four high-speed quads and nine lifts, skiers and snowboarders can explore a wide range of terrain, including phenomenal powder bowls, glades and marked trails. Big White also has three state of the art snowboard parks and half-pipes built to competition standards. There are also 25 km(15.5 miles) of cross-country trails. The Bullet high-speed quad and Plaza quad chairs access night skiing and riding five nights a week. 38 acres are illuminated for night skiing and riding.Big White Ski Resort has one of the largest International Ski Schools with  programs designed for all ages and abilities. Snowhosts provide daily complimentary ski tours of the mountain for those wishing a guided adventure