Season Passes Now on Sale
Sunday, March 5, 2017
In case you did not see all the banners and rack cards, the Peak Pass is now on sale. I think you will like the fact that despite rising costs we decided to hold our prices - same as last year. And with the $99 payment plan it really is a no-brainer. Pay $99 now and then pay off the rest in 4 monthly payments, starting in May.
New this year is Peak Pass Protection . Listen up because I don't want to hear in February that you did not know about it. For just $30 you can protect your pass from stuff that crops up in life, like getting pregnant, an ACL that puts you on the sidelines or if your job suddenly has you moving to Japan (that would be pretty cool, actually!) When you book your pass online you will see the option to upgrade to the protection plan or decline. I would highly recommend it. If you do not purchase it and something happens to prevent you from skiing next season or if your winter gets cut short, we will not refund/credit your pass.
All the benefits that you enjoy still come with your pass. Hint: The Explorer has the most perks.
Deadline: After April 30th the price goes up. In most cases the price increase is $100-200, so please make the deadline.
I hope you all got to ski and ride around this winter and checked out some of our sister resorts. Maybe a little night skiing at Crotched or you're planning some spring skiing at Wildcat, who is aiming to stay open until May.
Seven mountains for as low as $299 is a pretty sweet deal and with the completion of our West Lake snowmaking pond, this summer, and the start of the new Carinthia base lodge, I hope you see the excellent value.
Keep doing your snow dances and I'll do mine!
If your home mountain is Mount Snow (I assume it is if you are reading this) add 7% VT and local sales tax.