New Electronic Season Pass System

If you’ve already purchased your season pass, you should have received an email from Ski Wentworth earlier this week. Follow the instructions and upload your pass photo and electronically sign your waiver online! We’ll print your pass and leave it at the office for pick up. Please upload your photo as soon as possible – with the high volume, it will take some time to print all the passes. We’ll need at least 72 hours before pick up. Please note: in accordance with Nova Scotia public health guidelines, proof of full vaccination and valid ID for 12 years of age and up is required to receive your season pass and to participate in skiing this winter. If you have pre-purchased and are not yet vaccinated, we encourage you to do so. Or, you have until Dec. 11, 2021 to request a deferral or refund. Email

Major Announcement

New chairlift for 2022-23 season
Ski Wentworth is thrilled to announce the installation of a new Doppelmayr fixed grip quad chairlift for the 2022-23 season. Construction is scheduled to begin spring 2022. The full mountain access lift will double current uphill capacity and decrease lift lines. With the loading station located close to the base of the bunny hill, the ride up will pass through a beautiful treed area before rising above Helter Skelter and unloading next to the current blue chair. Ski Wentworth is currently serviced by a quad chairlift constructed in 1987 and a T-Bar installed in the late 1950’s.
“This is a game changer,” said Leslie Wilson, Ski Wentworth President and General Manager. “It’s been a long time coming, but the timing was right now to make a major investment and take Ski Wentworth to the next level, setting the stage for potential four season development.”
This is the single largest infrastructure investment at Ski Wentworth in over a decade. The ski area benefitted from significant investment in snowmaking and trail development for the 2011 Canada Winter Games.
Now is the time to continue to the next phase of Ski Wentworth’s development as the region moves towards the post-pandemic era. As a result of a renewed focus on promoting local tourism to Nova Scotians and Maritimers, a burgeoning tourism shoulder season with Fall Festival of Colours and mountain biking, development of new tourism products and an increasing awareness of healthy, outdoor lifestyles, Ski Wentworth is primed for the future.
Ski Wentworth has been locally owned and operated by the Wilson family for three generations. Dave Wilson, who passed away in 2020, was a passionate skier who always kept true to his vision of Ski Wentworth becoming the ‘Valley of Dreams”. This new chairlift will be in his honour.
Ski Wentworth and the Wilson family would like to thank all its staff, season pass holders, skiers and snowboarders old and new for the continued support over the decades. The joy of skiing is what keeps us embracing winter and returning to the beautiful Wentworth Valley.

Ducky’s and Barn Entertainment lineup

March Break – Extended Hours

Extended hours during March Break
Hours of Operation:

Saturday, March 13 – 9am-9pm
Sunday, March 14 – 9am-7pm
Monday, March 15 – 9am-9pm (extended hours – full price lift tickets)
Tuesday, March 16 – 9am-9pm (extended hours – full price lift tickets)
Wednesday, March 17 – 9am-9pm (extended hours – full price lift tickets)
Thursday, March 18 – 9am-9pm
Friday, March 19 – 9am-9pm
Saturday, March 20 – 9am-9pm
Sunday, March 21 – 9am-7pm

Pre-purchase lift tickets, rentals & lessons online

March Break Camps – March 16-18

We know you’ve been waiting… registration for our March Break Camps opens on Thursday, February 25. We have limited space, so don’t delay signing up. There is a variety of three day camps for beginners to advanced – ski, snowboard and freestyle ski. Here is a sneak peak at our 2021 March Break Camp offering.

No Reservations needed!

What to Expect 2020-21