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Sasquatch Mountain sets up car retrieval system

Evacuees who need to pick up cars and take shuttle

For those still needing to retrieve their vehicles at Sasquatch Mountain Resort, the resort offers shuttle services to the resort on Saturday and Sunday.

The resort released a statement, notifying the public that those retrieving their vehicles will have their shuttle fees waived. One guest is allowed per vehicle, and the guest must provide their name, vehicle type and licence plate number to the bus driver, who will have already prepared and available.

Those who have not provided their vehicle details yet can reach out to the resort at [email protected] to register.

RELATED: Sasquatch Mountain Resort resumes operations Saturday

WATCH: Sasquatch Mountain evacuation successful

The shuttle stops at the following locations:

7:10 a.m. – The Truth in Chilliwack

7:45 a.m. – Replay Board Shop in Abbotsford

8:00 a.m. – Mission Tim Horton’s at the Junction Mall

8:30 a.m. – Sandpiper Golf Course

9:00 a.m. – Arrive at Sasquatch Mountain

4:00 p.m. – Depart Sasquatch Mountain

Up to 500 people were stranded on the mountain when a landslide triggered by torrential rain blocked both lanes of the only road in or out of the resort – Hemlock Valley Road. One lane of alternating traffic is currently open on the road and construction crews are working day and night to restore the road to fully operational condition.

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