Fjällräven Giving Away Family Passes to Canada’s National Parks on Boxing Day

Valued at $116, the Discovery Pass offers 12 months of unlimited access to history, nature and fun at over 80 National Parks across Canada.

Fjällräven Giving Away Family Passes to Canada’s National Parks on Boxing Day

Our friends at Fjällräven are doing an especially cool giveaway on Boxing Day, with each Canadian location awarding the first 25-50 customers on December 26th with 2020 National Park passes. Check this out…

Enjoy a trip to the scenic Bruce Peninsula this winter or take in the stunning springtime views of Banff National Park with Fjällräven’s epic Boxing Day giveaway! On December 26, Fjällräven is handing out 225 Discovery Family Passes to the first 25 to 50 guests making a purchase at any store location in Canada. Valued at $116, the Discovery Pass offers 12 months of unlimited access to history, nature and fun at over 80 National Parks across Canada. To help gear up for this outdoor adventure, Fjällräven is offering 20% off all regular-priced merchandise (excluding Kånken products) in stores and online beginning on Boxing Day through December 30th.

BC locations mapped out below…

Fjällräven 1976 W 4th Ave. MAP
Fjällräven (West Broadway) 147 West Broadway MAP
Fjällräven (Victoria) 1327 Government St. MAP

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