• Canada
    • Banff
    • Whistler
    • Vancouver
    • Calgary
52+ weeks

Program Details

Mountain Biking Skiing Snowboarding
Summer Winter Year Round
Apartment Guesthouse Hostel
Primary Language
Age Min.
Age Max


Starting Price
Price Details
Includes: Registration Fee + Placement Fee + Arrival Support + Accommodation support + Visa Assistance + Ongoing support in Canada.
What's Included
Accommodation Some Accommodation
May 16, 2022
Mar 07, 2015
57 travelers are looking at this program

About Program

Paid seasonal position in resorts, hotels, restaurants & travel companies, Jobs include Guest Services, Snow operations, golf course and mountain biking roles, retails, food and Beverage, ski instructing.

Free mountain passes at our partner ski resorts. Staff Accommodation available. Support with flights, visas, insurance, arrival, work placement and accommodation placement.

Sign up now and start the process to working and living in Canada this year!

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Program Highlights

  • Work in world famous skiing, golf or mountain biking resorts.
  • Positions pre-arranged prior to arrival for the whole season or longer.
  • Accommodation arranged prior to arrival on location.
  • Solid wages usually including free or discounted ski passes, bonuses and accommodation.
  • Meet others from all over the world in the most beautiful locations in the world.

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Yes, I recommend this program

Working in Canada

I was working in Canada for 8 months at Panorama Mountain Village and made a great experience!
It was a lot of fun working with many different people of different nationalities and to spend the free time together. It was always fun to go boarding on our days off or to meet at the bar.
The program helped me a lot to improve my English and contributed to my personal development. I think that I got a lot more independent.
The time in Canada was a nice break between finishing school and starting university and I would definitely recommend it to everyone!

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Questions & Answers

You must be a university/college student or high school graduate, and have upper intermediate English level.