SKI AREA DISCOUNTS

THE COLORADO PASS

Colorado Pass prices go up October 15th, 2006. The pass promotion ends November 6th, 2006.

The pass provides:

• Unlimited, unrestricted skiing and riding at Keystone, Breckenridge and Arapahoe Basin
• 10 days skiing and riding at Vail and Beaver Creek.
• The Colorado Pass is restricted at Vail and Beaver Creek November 24-25, 2006; December 27-31, 2006; and February 17-18, 2007.
• Price: $399 adult, $299 teen, $189 child


THE RESORTS:

– Last year was a record setting season, bringing in the highest snow depths the area has ever seen.

-The Stone Creek photos are from a new area at Beaver Creek that is opening to the public this Winter. Stone Creek is a 180 acre expansion of extreme terrain, with steeps, chutes, trees, and cliff drops.

-The World Cup events at Beaver Creek are the only stop for the World Cup in the US. This draws the top alpine skiers in the world to BC from Nov. 28 – Dec. 3, to tackle the legendary Birds of Prey downhill course. Downhill, giant slalom, slalom, and a combined downhill/slalom event take place over these 6 days.

-This season, the main terrain park at Vail, Golden Peak Terrain Park, is being renamed to The Fly Zone.

-Every Wednesday night, Vail hosts free street concerts at Checkpoint Charlie, in the heart of Vail Village.

SNOWBASIN

Snowbasin Tickets can be purchased online at: http://www.snowbasin.com/summer/lift_rates.asp

Lift Rates
All Day (9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

Adult All Area $60
Adult Discount with card $48
Child (7-12) All Area $37
Child (7-12) Discount with card $30
Child (6 & Under) Ski free with paying adult
Senior (65-79) $48
Senior (80+) Free
Little Cat Lift Only $19

Half Day (12:30 to 4:00 p.m.)
Adult All Area $50
Adult Discount with card $39
Child (7-12) All Area $30
Child (7-12) Discount with card $24
Child (6 & Under) Ski free with paying adult
Senior (65-79) $34
Senior (80+) Free
Little Cat Lift Only $16

Finish Line Handle Tow Lift (access to Tubing Hill) One Ride Only Two Hours on Hill Four Hours on Hill
The Tubing Hill is closed for the season

Discount Cards (purchase of this card entitles the skier to purchase a lift ticket at the discounted rate –
available through January 5, 2007)
Adult $20
Child $10
Additional Child $ 5

Non-Skier (Foot Passenger Lift Ride Only – No Ski’s or Snowboards Allowed)
Adult – Single Ride (John Paul & Tram or Needles Gondola Express) $14
Adult – Combination (John Paul & Tram and Needles Gondola Express) $18
Child (7-12) – Single Ride (John Paul & Tram or Needles Gondola Express) $10
Child (7-12) – Combination (John Paul & Tram and Needles Gondola Express) $14
Child (6 & Under) Ride free with paying adult

Season Passes
Single Person Season Pass Rates
Adult $800
K-12 Student (Must show student ID) $300
College (Must show proof of college enrollment & college ID) $525
Children (6 & Under) $ 5
Any Military (Must show current Military ID) $495
Military Spouse (Must show current Military ID) $525
Senior (65-79) (Must provide proof of age) $495
Senior (80+) (Must provide proof of age) $ 5
Snowbasin Local’s Season Passport (10 days) (A valid drivers license or Utah ID is required at time of purchase. One
book per person. Non-refundable.) (Only available before Snowbasin opens for the 2006-07 Winter Season) $450

Family Season Pass Rates
First Adult $800
Spouse $550
K-12 Student Pass
(Must show student ID) $200
Children (6 & Under) $ 5

Private Storage Locker Specials
Regular $500
Super-size $600
* Rates are year round October to October
Please email locker rental inquires to

Group Rates
For multiple lift and season pass rates. For lift group rates for meetings and conferences, or email cheatherly@snowbasin.com . There will be no refunds due to weather.

For additional information visit: http://www.snowbasin.com

SHAWNEE PEAK

New Season Pass Announcement! You’ve Hit the TRIFECTA!

Updated 7/27/06 – Hit the Trifecta! We’ve heard the call for a new, less expensive midweek pass and we think you’ve hit the jackpot! Ski day AND night, Monday-Wednesday on the new Trifecta Season Pass for as little as $240! Get details and buy yours today right here!

Dramatic Upgrades of Two Lifts for 2006-07!

Shawnee Peak has purchased a triple chairlift from Loon Mountain! 30% of the lift will be used to upgrade the Rabbit Run Double to a Triple. The balance of the lift will be set aside as a possible top-to-bottom lift.

Ski the first three days of the week (Mon-Wed) for just $245 when you purchase before September 5, 2006! Two black outs days – 1/15/07 and 2/19/07. Include the black out days and pay just $285! After September 5, the prices go to $275 (with the black outs) or $325 (No blackouts)

For more info visit: Shawnee Peak’s website http://www.shawneepeak.com

Tyrol Basin Season Packages

Tyrol Basin Ski and Snowboard Area, Mt. Horeb, WI – Skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of great deals when they buy before September 6, 2006 at Tyrol Basin. Back for the second season, “The Buddy Pass.” Any previous Tyrol season pass holder can bring one new friend or family member who has not had a pass before and each season pass is only $200 (Buddy Pass rate goes up to $237 after September 5).

The individual season pass is only $320 before September 6 or $350 between September 6 and October 31. Family rates are available based on the number of family members. All season passes including the Buddy Pass are good for unlimited skiing or boarding through April 1, 2007.

Tyrol’s other great season package deals include the Price-Buster Card. The Price-Buster Card is a debit card that can be used at various locations at Tyrol Basin including lift tickets, rentals, café, or retail shop. The more money you put on the card, the more you save.
$100 Price Buster Card – You pay only $90
$200 Price Buster Card – You pay only $160
$300 Price Buster Card – You pay only $210

Are you too busy during the day to ski or board? Visit Tyrol at night with your “Dark Dozen” card. The Dark Dozen is a debit card with 12 credits good for 12 night lift tickets from 4:00 to 9:00 PM. The Dark Dozen is only $199 if purchased before September 6 or $225 between September 6 and December 15. Season passes and Dark Dozen are subject to 5.5% sales tax.

WHITEFACE & GORE MOUNTAIN

You can Buy Your Season Pass Online just click: http://www.whiteface.com/newsite/tickpass/seasonpass.php

7/8/06 – 11/10/06 11/11/06
– after
Adult Full Season …………….
(ages 20-69)
Whiteface/Gore
$710 $875
Adult Non-Holiday* ………….
(ages 20-69)
Whiteface/Gore
$525 $675
Teen Full Season …………….
(ages 13-19)
Whiteface/Gore
$325 $429
College Full Season ………….
(12+ credits)
Whiteface/Gore
$289 $429
Junior Full Season …………..
(ages 7-12)
Whiteface/Gore
$275 $360
6 and Under and 70+ ……….. $30 $35
Adult NASTAR Season Pass… $85 $100
Junior NASTAR Pass…………. $45 $60
Senior Pass Non-Holiday…….
(65-69 years young) Whiteface Only
$349 $349
Snowboomer Club……………
*Does not include season pass
$275 $325
Non-Holiday Season Passes are not valid during the following holiday periods: Christmas Week 12/26/06 through 01/01/07; Martin Luther King Weekend 1/13/07 through 1/15/07 and President’s Week 2/17/07 through 2/25/07
Bear’s Den Nursery Program 7/8/06 – 11/10/06 11/11/06
– after
Nursery Full Season………..
Season Pass not included
Child must be 1 year old – 6 years old
$850 $900
Nursery Non-Holiday* …….
Season Pass not included
Child must be 1 year old – 6 years old
$600 $650
Play-n-Ski Program 7/8/06 – 11/10/06 11/11/06
– after
Play-n-Ski Full Season……..
ages 4-6
$1125 $1175
Play-n-Ski Non-Holiday*…..
ages 4-6
$775 $825
Future Medalist Program 7/8/06 – 11/10/06 11/11/06
– after
Future Medalist……………..ages 4-6 – Season Pass not included $375 $425
Future Medalist rentals…… $70 $80
Cloudsplitter Club 7/8/06 – 11/10/06 11/11/06
– after
Cloudsplitter Club…………….
ages 7-12
$950 $1050
Lunch Option…………………. $112 $112
Cloudsplitter Teen Club 7/8/06 – 11/10/06 11/11/06
– after
Cloudsplitter Teen Club……..
ages 13-16
$1025 $1125
Lunch Option…………………. $112 $112

Conditions of Purchase:

  • Season passes are non-transferable. It is a crime to transfer passes and will be treated as such.
  • All purchases are final: Future promotions are independent of this offering. NO refunds for any reason including but not limited to: sickness, injuries, health problems, weather conditions, man made or natural disasters.
  • College students must present proof via official class schedule or transcript of full time status (12 credits or more) fall 2006 semester.
  • Age as of July 7th and beyond will determine eligibility for all passes. You must provide us with proof of age.
  • Persons under age 18 must have a parent or legal guardians sign the risk agreement.
  • If the identification pass is lost or stolen, you must notify Whiteface at once. A fee of $25.00 will be charged to process a new pass. There is a $5.00 fee to print a one-day ticket for pass holders that have forgotten their pass.
  • A plastic identification pass will be issued for each season pass purchased. This identification pass serves as a permanent lift ticket for the season. This pass must be clearly presented to the Ticket Checker/Scanners at every lift entrance.
  • Ski area regulations are enforced by the reckless skier policy and New York State Code Rule 54, Article 18, “Safety in Skiing Code.” Any misuse, misconduct or nuisance caused by the pass holder or failure to follow ski area policy may result in confiscation of the pass without refund or other consideration. Whiteface Mountain management reserves the right to confiscate season passes depending upon the severity of rules infractions.
  • Whiteface Mountain Management reserves the right to cancel a program if less than 6 participants register for that program.
* Holiday Periods: 12/26/06 – 01/01/07; 1/13/07 – 1/15/07; 2/17/07 – 2/25/07
Adults, Age 20-65; Junior, Age 7-12; Teen, Age 13-19; Senior, Age 65-69.

SKI MICHIGAN GOLD PASS

This is a very limited edition Gold Pass opportunity operated by the US National Ski Hall of Fame and Museum. The pass enables skiers to ski at 15 different participating ski areas throughout Michigan throughout the season. There are no black out dates, the passes are transferable but can be used only once per day at any one resort.

Participating areas include: Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, Crystal Mountain, Ski Brule and Marquette Mountain.

The cost is $1000, but a portion is tax receiptable since the funds are used in support of the US National Ski Hall of Fame and Museum, a 501 (c) (3) corporation.

Only 50 passes will be available during the 2006 – 2007 season.

CANNON MOUNTAIN

Franconia Notch, NH – Cannon Mountain season passes are now available for the 2006-2007 season. New Hampshire residents get a 25% discount on adult, junior, child, and senior passes purchased before December 14 (per RSA 227:14). A valid New Hampshire driver’s license or state-issued ID is required to receive this discount.

Cannon Mountain will team up again this season with Gunstock and Mt. Sunapee Ski Resort to offer a college pass for $225 called the NH Breakout. This season pass is good for full-time college students who present a letter from the registrar’s office stating they are full-time. Cannon Mountain is also offering the Bold & Beautiful Pass for $249. This pass is valid Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) at Cannon or Bretton Woods. The pass is valid any day prior to Christmas or after March 23, 2007.

The Cannon Mountain Buddy Passes are designed to let companies, families, friends, and other groups of skiers/boarders pool their resources to get a great deal on lift tickets. The Buddy Pass is a point system pass and can be purchased in 20, 40, or 60 point passes. Pass prices range from $425 to $950.

Cannon Mountain offers nine lifts and 55 winter trails, as well as the newly developed gentle Brookside area. Cannon Mountain is operated by the Division of Parks and Recreation of New Hampshire’s Department of Resources and Economic Development.

WACHUSETT SEASON PASS

Gold Century Pass

$499 (until 9/14**)

Unlimited Pass – Valid Anytime (7 day x 7 night)*

* Unlimited visits

* No restrictions

* $20 Mountainside Sports Shop Credit on each additional pass purchased.

* 7:30 am Access selected weekend & Holidays

* Seniors Click Here!

* Order online now!

 

Silver Century Pass

$269

until 9/14**

Classic Century PLUS Weekends early & late season! (5 day x 7 night) (7 day x 7 night pre 12/24 & post 2/28)*

* Weekdays (Monday thru Friday,except holiday and school vacation breaks)

* All Nights (Monday thru Sunday)

* Saturdays and Sundays before 12/24/06 and after 2/28/06

* $15 off weekend/holiday tickets

* Order online now!

 

Bronze Century Pass

$199

until 9/14**

Our classic Century Pass (5 day x 7 night)*

* Weekdays (Monday thru Friday, except holiday and school vacation breaks*)

* All Nights (Monday thru Sunday)

* $10 off weekend/holiday tickets

* Seniors Click Here!

* Order online now!

Additional Season Passes – Click Here

ATTITASH LIFT TICKETS

BARTLETT, NH (Winter 2006-07) – Attitash in Bartlett, New Hampshire will be offering a variety of ticket programs this season that will give guests an opportunity to save on the normal ticket window price. Whether guests are reserving their All For One Pass, booking their ski and stay package, or signing up for the Attitash newsletter to stay up to date, the website is the key to a winter’s worth of deals. Below is an overview of ways to save on your ski vacation.

 

All For One Pass

The All For One Pass is valid at all eastern American Skiing Company resorts. Starting at $395 skiers and riders can hit the slopes at Killington, Pico and Mount Snow in Vermont, Attitash in New Hampshire, and Sunday River and Sugarloaf/USA in Maine. Fewer passes are being offered this year and passes at all levels are expected to sell out. Current prices are valid through Oct. 10.

 

Etickets

Guests save an additional 10% off the already lower priced multi-day ticket rates when they order online 2 days in advance.

 

Edge Card

With the Edge Card skiers and riders can earn a free lift ticket with each six lift tickets purchased. Accumulated days are carried over for 3 years, so even occasional skiers and riders can save.

 

mEtickets

With the mEticket, skiers and riders save on 6-12 days of skiing and riding at any American Skiing Company resort.

 

Newsletter

The weekly Attitash email newsletter is filled with the latest info on special deals, event updates, lodging packages and local secrets. Also get in on the special “newsletter only” contests and win free stuff.

 

Hot Deals

Another of Attitash’s email distributions, the Hot Deals email is an updated rundown of the hottest deals in skiing and riding.

 

Lodging Packages

The Attitash Grand Summit Hotel offers numerous ski and stay packages throughout the winter season.

 

While in the Mount Washington Valley visitors will find a wide selection of bars and restaurants, local attractions and over 200 tax-free factory outlet stores.

 

Attitash is in the White Mountains of New Hampshire on Rt. 302 outside of North Conway in Bartlett. During the winter Attitash offers 70 trails representing 22 miles of skiing and riding on 280 acres. In the summer guests can enjoy North America’s longest Alpine Slides, waterslides, the Scenic Sky Ride, lift-serviced mountain biking, climbing wall, EuroBungy Trampoline, horseback rides, driving range and skate park.

COOPER SEASON PASSES

Ski Cooper Season Passes for the 2006-2007 Ski Season are now on sale. It may seem early to be thinking about ski season already, but not if you are looking for a great deal on season passes. Passes are now available at highly discounted prices for the upcoming season. The following prices are valid through September 30, 2006 only, so act quickly!

 

2006/2007 Pre-Season Sale Prices (Valid Now Through September 30, 2006)

Adult (Ages 15-69) $169.00

Child (Ages 6-14) $75.00

Senior (Ages 70+) $75.00

Children (Ages 5-) $5 Available All Season

 

2006/2007 Regular Season Prices (Valid October 1, 2006 Through End of Season)

Adult (Ages 15-59) $239.00

Child (Ages 6-14) $120.00

Senior (Ages 60-69) $175.00

Senior (Ages 70+) $75.00

Child (Ages 5-) $5.00

Family (2 Adults and 2 Children) $618.00

 

Passes are available at the town office located at 1101 Poplar in Leadville, by phone (719) 486- 3684 or online. Summer office hours are Monday thorough Thursday 8 am – 5 pm.

 

Ski Cooper is looking forward to another great season with our loyal and new season pass holders. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to save money on a season pass at one of the friendliest and most affordable ski areas in the state.

 

OPENING SCHEDULE (Weather Permitting)

11/23 – 11/26/2006

12/1 – 12/3/2006

12/8 – 12/10/2006

12/15/2006 – 4/1/2007 (Open Daily)

Ski Michigan Gold Pass

This is a very limited edition Gold Pass opportunity operated by the US National Ski Hall of Fame and Museum. The pass enables skiers to ski at 15 different participating ski areas throughout Michigan throughout the season. There are no black out dates, the passes are transferable but can be used only once per day at any one resort.

Participating areas include: Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, Crystal Mountain, Ski Brule and Marquette Mountain.

The cost is $1000, but a portion is tax receiptable since the funds are used in support of the US National Ski Hall of Fame and Museum, a 501 (c) (3) corporation.

Only 50 passes will be available during the 2006 – 2007 season.

MT. ROSE

Ski Tahoe’s $349 Value Pass and $149 Junior Value Pass September Sale

Lake Tahoe, Nev. Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe will continue it’s tradition of September Snow Savings with it’s $349 Value Pass for winter 2006-07 and a $149 Junior Value Pass for ages 15 and under.

 

For just $349 for adults and $149 for kids ages 15 and under, Skiers & Snowboarders can spend the winter skiing and riding on 1,200 spectacular acres of Mt. Rose terrain. Value Passes are valid for lift access for the entire season with the exception of 7 days:

X-mas Holidays Dec. 27-31, 2006

Presidents Weekend Feb 17 & 18, 2007.

* Value Pass Holders may purchase daily tickets on void dates for $30 per day.

Interested parties will have to act fast on this offer — Value Pass sale prices are only available during the month of September (1-30, 2006.) Passes can be purchased online at www.skirose.com or by stopping in the Guest Services Office Monday through Friday between 11am and 6pm. After September 30, pass prices increase to $900 and $400 respectively. Restrictions apply and Value Pass availability is subject to sellout.

Mt. Rose Expands Parking Unveils New $99 Three Day Learning Package

 

What a year! Mt. Rose-Ski Tahoe completed 2005/06 w/ over 500ö of snow w/ over 17″ alone in March and April. Excellent conditions and near record visits will again prompt a flurry of projects for the pre 2006/07 season.

 

Pressing onward to meet the ever increasing demand, Mt. Rose – Ski Tahoe plans to increase parking capacity with the addition of over 400 parking spaces to compliment both the Main & Slide Lodge facilities. With 150 spots added to the north end of the Slide lot, congestion should be eased on powder mornings where the 8:30am opening of the Blazing Zephyr 6 in the Slide Bowl often creates a caffeine augmented frenzy of local “freshie” addicts scrambling to score the ideal parking position to get not only first tracks, but to also be able to dart off the hill to make the midmorning office meeting. Parking on the Main side will see improvements to the middle lot expanding it by 50 spaces, plus an additional 180 spots to be gained in w/ an new tier added to the upper lot.

 

Knowing that one day is simply not enough, Mt. Rose has created a three day learning package appropriately titled the “Flight Plan.” Stemming from the already screaming $49 First-timer package, this all inclusive, multi-day product is only $99 and virtually ensures the guest will be well on their way towards achieving intermediate ability skills after three days of on snow experiences. Package includes: lift access (beginner lifts only), rental equipment, and beginning / novice instruction for three consecutive days.

 

Facility improvements should also see the construction of a new Ski Patrol dispatch building centrally located between the unload stations of both 6 pack summit chairlifts providing efficient access to the entire mountain. Even after a huge snow year, Mt. Rose will continue to expand the snowmaking system to cover the upper section of the Silver Dollar run to help achieve early season access to the Slide Bowl. A new pump house will also be constructed to replace an aging structure off the Ponderosa trail. Topping off the million dollar planned expenditures will be a new snowcat, 2 additional mobile snow making machines, and new rental gear.

SADDLEBACK Rates for 2006-2007 Season

Standard
Day Ticket
Full
Day
Half Day
AM or PM
Adults (Ages 19-69) $40 $30
Youth/Student (Ages 13-18) $32 $25
Junior (Ages 7-12) $30 $25
Seniors (Ages 70 & Up) Free Free
Little Ones (6 & Under) Free Free
Maine Days (All Ages) $25 $25
South Branch Quad
Only (Beginner Terrain)
$25 $20
Half Day rate starts/stops at Noon!

 

Season Pass

Before
October 1
On/After
October 1
Adults (Ages 19-69) $400 $450
College Student $300 $400
Youth/Student (Ages 13-18) $300 $400
Junior (Ages 7-12) $180 $280
Seniors (Ages 70 & Up) Free* Free*
Little Ones (6 & Under) Free* Free*
*$25 Processing Fee Applies

 

Franklin County Resident
Season Pass
Before
October 1
On/After
October 1
Adults (Ages 19-69) $340 $425
College Student $255 $255
Student (K-12) $150 $150
Seniors (Ages 70 & Up) Free* Free*
Little Ones (6 & Under) Free* Free*
*$25 Processing Fee Applies

 

Ticket Book

10 mid-week (non-holiday) lift tickets $250.
Yes, tickets ARE transferable to friends & family!
Excluding Holidays & School Vacation Weeks.
Ski\ride mid-week for only $25.00!
Great for College Students!

Specials

$25 Lift Ticket Specials
(Excluding holidays and Maine vacation weeks)
Monday ~ Ladies Day
Wednesday ~ Men’s Day
Thursday ~ Senior’s Day (60-69)
(Excludes 12/25, 12/27, 12/28, 1/1, 2/19, 2/21, 2/22)

$25 Maine Days*
First Sunday of the month!
December 17, January 7, February 4, March 4 and April 1
*proof of residency is required

HOGADON SKI AREA

Hogadon Has Two Great Ways to “Save Big” on Your Purchase of a 2006/07 Season Pass! Buy Now and Save from 46% up to 70% off a Hogadon
Season Pass.

The “First Time Buyer” is for those first time season pass purchasers. It’s simple, just let the fine folks at the Rec. Center know you are a first time purchaser of a Hogadon season pass and would like the “$119 deal”.

The “buddy pass” is for those skiers and riders who have purchased a Hogadon season ski pass prior to this ski season. Hogadon is now offering up to 46% off your pass with the “buddy pass”! So grab from one to five of your buddies and head for the Casper Rec. Center.

BUDDY PASS RATES:
One Person ………………$215 each Three
Persons…………….. $170 each
Two Persons……………..$190 each Four to Six
Persons……….$160 each

Casper Recreation Center is located at 1801 east 4th Street, for more info. Phone 235-8383. Groups purchasing a buddy pass must register together. Installment payments and other discounts do not apply, limit of 6 persons per buddy pass purchase, under 5 yrs. Skis free. Offer begins September 14th & ends December 5th, 2006

Ski Santa Fe “GOLD PASS” SALE

August 1st – August 15th.

Past “Gold Pass” members $429.00. First time members, or if you have missed a year or two, $449.00.

Order on line or over the phone at 505-982-4429, or in person at 2209 Brothers Road, suite 220, in Santa Fe.

Our other great pass products will also go on sale.

MONARCH MOUNTAIN

Already thinking about next season? Do you have a little left over cash from your tax refund? Monarch Mountain 06/07 Season Passes are on sale starting May 8th!

Adult (16-61): $279 After Nov. 5th $399

H.S. / College Students: $279 ” $329

Students (13-15): $169 ” $249

Junior (7-12): $89 ” $99

Senior (62-69): $169 ” $249

Military Adult** (13-61) $99

Military Junior** (7-12) $69

Senior Plus (70+) FREE

Child (6 <) FREE w/ purchase of adult season pass

AMERICAN SKI CO.

Platinum $899 – Good at ALL ASC resorts (Sugarloaf, ME; Sunday River, ME; Attitash, NH; Killington, VT; Pico Mountain, VT; Mount Snow, VT; The Canyons, UT; Steamboat, CO)

 

Gold $725 – Good at ALL ASC resorts

Silver $450 – Good only at Eastern ASC resorts (Sugarloaf, ME; Sunday River, ME; Attitash, NH; Killington, VT; Pico Mountain, VT; Mount Snow, VT;)

Bronze $395 – Good only at Eastern ASC resorts

Super Senior (65+) $495 – Good at ALL ASC resorts

TAOS
Ski the most – pay the least

Don’t miss out on the best deals on Taos Skiing. Taos Season Passes and the Taos Card are the best way to enjoy skiing at Taos. No matter how many days you plan to ski, the Season Pass offerings are the best value around.

The Full Taos Pass

For only $700 The Full Taos Pass gives you unlimited skiing at Taos plus 12 bonus days (3 ea.) at other top resorts like Copper Mountain, Telluride, Crested Butte and Durango Mountain.

The Taos Millennium Pass

For just $500 The Taos Millennium Pass gives you a maximum of 70 days of skiing at Taos plus 12 bonus days (3 ea.) at Copper Mountain, Telluride, Crested Butte and Durango Mountain. (The Millennium Pass is blacked out from Dec 26 to 31.)

NEW for 2006-07! College and Youth Passes

College and Teen/Child (ages 7-17) Passes are available through January 19, 2007 for $300. Students taking 9 or more credit hours during the 2006-2007 season qualify for the College Pass. College and Youth passes are not valid December 26-31, 2006. (College and Youth Passes do not qualify for the bonus days at Colorado resorts.)

The Taos Card

Buy the Taos Card today and pay only $20. The Taos Card is a direct-to-lift pass that saves you money every time you ski. Bypass the ticket office, save $12 on full-day lift tickets all season long (except November 23 – December 15 and March 26 – April 8, 2006-07 when lift tickets are ridiculously low already), and EVERY SEVENTH DAY OF SKIING IS FREE! Plus other savings in and around the resort, Like 10% off regularly priced merchandise at Taos Ski and Boot Co.

 

The Details and Prices

Millennium Passes

Millennium Passes are available through October 6, 2006 for $500. The Millennium Pass is valid 7 days a week for a maximum of 70 uses. Each date your pass has at least one scan qualifies as a use. No credit can be given for partially skied days. The Millennium Pass includes the bonus days at Colorado Resorts. The Millennium Pass is not valid December 26-31, 2006.

College and Youth Passes

College and Teen/Child (ages 7-17) Passes are available through January 19, 2007 for $300. Students taking 9 or more credit hours during the 2006-2007 season qualify for the College Pass. College and Youth passes are not valid December 26-31, 2006.

Full Passes

Adult Full Passes are available at a discount through October 6, 2006 for $700. The regular purchase price for Adult Full passes after October 6 will be $900. Senior 65-69 Full Passes are available for $600 each. Seniors ages 70-79 can purchase a full season pass for $88 all season and 80+ Skiers ski for free. Full Passes are valid 7 days a week all season long and have no maximum use limit. The Millennium Pass includes the bonus days at Colorado Resorts.

2006 / 2007 Taos Season Pass Rates

Millennium Pass

On Sale After 10/6/06 After 1/19/07
$ 500 n/a n/a

Kids, Teens & College Students $300 $300 n/a

On Sale After 10/6/06 After 1/19/07
$ 300 $300 n/a

Full Pass

On Sale After 10/6/06 After 1/19/07
$ 700 $900 $900

Family Full Pass $1900 $1900 $1900

On Sale After 10/6/06 After 1/19/07
$ 1900 $1900 $1900

Senior 70-79 $88 $88 $88

On Sale After 10/6/06 After 1/19/07
$ 88 $88 $88

Senior 65-69 $600 $600 $600

On Sale After 10/6/06 After 1/19/07
$600 $600 $600

The Taos Card

 

The Taos Card is a direct-to-lift pass that saves you money every time you ski. Bypass the ticket office, save $12 on full-day lift tickets all season long (except November 23 – December 15 and March 26 – April 8, 2006-07 when lift tickets are ridiculously low already), and EVERY SEVENTH DAY OF SKIING IS FREE!

 

Download a Taos Card credit card authorization form at skitaos.org

 

For new accounts, a $35 activation fee will be charged to the credit card you give for your Taos Card account (through December 16, 2005, and $50 thereafter).

$20 for reactivation of existing Cards or if you purchase the Card before September 4, 2006

LAKE TAHOE

Northstar(TM) Resort and Sierra(TM) Resort Double Whammy™ Pass Deadline Looming For 2006/07 Winter Season

Two Incredible Mountains, One Low Price–Still Best Pass Value In Lake Tahoe

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. — Time is running out to purchase Lake Tahoe’s original dual mountain season pass for prices beginning as low as $369. For those who haven’t heard, the Double Whammy is the passport to ski/ride some of Tahoe’s finest terrain at Northstar(TM) Resort and Sierra(TM) Resort, spread over 4,480 acres, 125 trails, 27 lifts (including 11 high-speed lifts), 10 award-winning freestyle terrain parks, four halfpipes, snowshoeing trails at both resorts–plus 40 kilometers of cross-country trails at Northstar-at-Tahoe(TM) Resort.

The $369 Value Season Pass, the most popular Double Whammy product, allows adults to ski or ride free after just six visits to the resort. Value passholders can ski/ride any day excluding blackout dates at Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort and Sunday through Friday excluding blackout dates at Northstar-at-Tahoe Resort.

A limited season pass, valid any day at Sierra Resort and any day excluding blackout dates at Northstar Resort, is priced at $479 for adults and $289 for young adults (ages 13-22). An unlimited season pass, valid at both resorts with no restrictions, is available for $699 for adults, $409 for young adults and $119 for super seniors (70+).

Affordable child season pass prices make it easier than ever for families to enjoy a ski vacation. The limited pass, priced at $89, allows children to ski/ride any day at Sierra Resort and any day excluding blackout dates at Northstar Resort. The unlimited child season pass valid any day of the season at both resorts is available for $119.

Sierra Resort and Northstar Resort are enticing students to make the grade on the slopes this season with the College Double Whammy season pass. The college pass is available for just $289, and it allows students of all ages to ski/ride any day at Sierra Resort and any day excluding blackout dates at Northstar Resort. Students must show a valid college photo ID and proof of enrollment in a minimum of six class credits for the fall 2006 semester/quarter to qualify for this pass.

Back by popular demand, Sierra-at-Tahoe Resort will offer its Sunday-Friday pass for just $199, which excludes blackout dates and a limited pass for $269 that is valid any day, excluding blackout dates.

This season, the resorts will introduce a new product– a Northstar Resort Monday through Friday pass for just $289 that is valid any weekday, excluding blackout dates.

Double Whammy and Sierra Resort passholders receive a number of perks including:

  • Treat family and friends to winter fun! Bring one guest per day on any day the pass is valid and receive $10 off an adult all-day lift ticket (ages 23-69) or $5 off a young adult all day ticket (ages 13-22), excluding blackout dates. Passholder must present pass with guest at ticket window. One discounted all-day lift ticket per passholder, applicable on day of visit only.
  • Free skiing at other resorts such as Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole, Wyo., when passholders book a lodging package at one of these resorts (some holiday restrictions apply).
  • The opportunity to ski other Booth Creek resorts all day at the half-day rate.
  • Afternoon rates on all-day lift ticket purchases during blackout dates.
  • 10 percent off heliskiing in Canada with TLH or Last Frontier Heliskiing.
  • Loads of discounts on lessons, equipment tunes, rentals and other services and amenities offered at both Northstar Resort and Sierra Resort. Visit DoubleWhammyPass.com for downloadable coupons.

The Double Whammy prices are subject to increase after the Sept. 30, 2006 deadline. Double Whammy passes are available on a first-come, first-served basis and could sell out. The blackout dates for the 2006/07 winter season are Nov. 24-25, 2006; Dec. 26-31, 2006; Jan. 13-14, 2007 and Feb. 17-18, 2007.

MOUNTAIN CREEK
2006-2007 SEASON PASSES

Vernon, NJ (September 13, 2006) – Mountain Creek his pleased to announce the best deal available on all 2006-2007 Winter Season Passes. Guests who take advantage of the lowest prices of the season can save up to $250 per person. A Mountain Creek season pass will be guest’s insider ticket to a full season of skiing and riding paired with exclusive pass-holder privileges.

Mountain Creek’s 4Buy4 season pass sale features the most affordable rates of the season and substantial savings over the in-season pass. The 4Buy4 package requires a group of four participants to purchase their season passes together to take advantage of rock-bottom prices of $199 for youth/senior passes or $249 for adult season passes. This easy-to-use package delivers tremendous savings and benefits and is only available at this price until October 15th. With the 4Buy4 offer, a group of four will each save up to $250 on a youth/senior and adult season passes. That’s up to a huge $1000 savings for your family or group of friends – Mountain Creek’s best offer to date.

Individual season passes are also available at the pre-season price of just $299 for adults, and $249 for youth and seniors, these rates will also increase October 15th. So don’t miss out on the limited-time opportunity to save up to $200 on an individual season pass now.

Whichever offer is right for you, the 06/07 winter season pass is loaded with special benefits ideal for the ski or ride enthusiast. Pass-holders still enjoy our First Tracks! Program, with exclusive access to the slopes every Saturday and Sunday between 8-9am; 20% off food and sodas in our restaurants; 10% off in our retail stores; a one-year subscription to Skiing or Transworld Snowboarding per household; 5 free issues of Nickelodeon Magazine per household with kids between 7-14; free

weekday ski/board check; Stratton Mountain discounts including $10 pre and post season lift tickets, plus $25 mid-week lift tickets and 25% off weekend lift ticket rates; and Enjoy 50 % off lift tickets at other Intrawest resorts such as Whistler-Blackcomb, Tremblant and Copper Mountain, among others.

Mountain Creek season pass holders can get even more value out of their season pass by extending their visits at the resorts new lodging facility, The Appalachian hotel, or in Black Creek Sanctuary town homes. Instead of just visiting for the day, our guests can maximize their time on the slopes by taking advantage of weekend or mid-week overnight stays; plus an array of lodging packages offered all season long.

WILDCAT MOUNTAIN SKI AREA

Two New Season Pass Deals

Pinkham Notch, NH -Wildcat Mountain Ski Area announces the addition of two brand new season passes to its 2006/07 season pass program, including a special season pass for seniors aged 65 and over and a new pass for Kitten Club Nursery regulars, aged 2 months to 5 years old. The program is simple, and according to Jennifer Patry, Wildcat’s Director of Guest Services, “We are hoping to satisfy our customers’ needs based on feedback we have received over the past couple of years. We are listening, and we are happy to be able to offer new season-long opportunities to our customers.”

Tom Caughey, General Manager of Wildcat Mountain is optimistic as well. According to Caughey, 2006/07 season pass sales are better than expected at this time, and the addition of the new season pass products is intended to fill out the existing program and address the needs of the oldest and youngest members of the Wildcat community, “I think both products will be well-received! We’re excited to get the word out!”

Wildcat Mountain Ski Area, approaching its 49th consecutive ski season, is well known as a “skiers’ mountain,” with classic New England terrain and spectacular scenery. And that it is. Steeped in ski history and deep in natural snow, Wildcat embodies traditional ski culture — where the “skier” mentality starts early and stays for life. Season Passes are the easiest, most convenient way for people to make a commitment to skiing, and to reap the reward of fitness and exhilaration, in a beautiful, fun, social environment.

Wildcat’s new 2006/07 passes are available for a limited time at the following prices: Jr./Teen Pass (ages 6-18), $169; Full-Time College Student, $189; Adult Full Pass (ages 19+), $599; Adult 6-Day Pass (valid Sunday through Friday, including holiday weeks; and excluding Saturdays), $425. The new Senior Pass (ages 65+, Midweek, Non-Holiday), is $199; and the new Kitten Club Nursery Pass is $599.

It is always best to secure season passes well in advance of the season’s opening, as the early-bird deals disappear. Wildcat, known for its long skiing & riding season, plans to open November 24th, the day after Thanksgiving, unless early-season snow and weather conditions warrant an earlier opening date. Beginning early next week, by Wednesday September 13, 2006, the new season pass products will be available on-line

WINTER PARK RESORT AND COPPER MOUNTAIN
Season Pass Sales With Savings up to $119

$49 Down Secures the Best Possible Price on the Rocky Mountain Super Pass, Winter Park Resort and Copper Mountain Season Passes

Winter Park Resort, Copper Mountain, CO. (March 31, 2006) What’s the best way to savor your last turns of the season? Knowing you’re going to ski and ride for an unbeatable price next year. Sales for the 2006-07 Rocky Mountain Super Pass, Winter Park Resort and Copper Mountain season passes will begin on Monday, April 03 and continue through Sunday, May 21, 2006.

The Rocky Mountain Super Pass returns this season for $349, offering skiing and riding at both Copper Mountain and Winter Park Resort. Compared to purchasing the passes separately–even at the rock-bottom spring rates–the Rocky Mountain Super Pass saves skiers and riders $119. Even more, those skiers and riders who choose to purchase this spring need only pay a down payment of $49, guaranteeing them the best possible price for unlimited skiing and riding next season to both resorts.

The Copper Mountain season pass is on sale for $229, granting adults unlimited access to Copper’s naturally divided terrain. Copper was voted by locals as the #1 ski and snowboard resort in Summit County the past two years and its Catalyst Terrain Park was named “Best Terrain Park” in Westword’s “Best of” 2006 edition.

Winter Park Resort’s season pass returns for only $239 this spring, providing unlimited access to 2,762 acres of terrain. Averaging over 29 feet of snow annually, Winter Park Resort has been voted #1 Bumps nationally by SKIING Magazine, a “Top 10 Terrain Park” by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine and “Best Kids Ski School” by Mountain Living Magazine.

Skiers and riders who purchase either pass before May 21, 2006 will save at least $40 before prices rise again in the fall. In addition, they will also receive two $25 early season friends and family coupons per adult pass in addition to the following perks:

  • Free skiing at Taos, NM with purchase of a Rocky Mountain Super Pass.
  • Huge discounts on lift tickets for friends and family (up to four per day).
  • 50% off lift tickets at other Intrawest resorts such as Tremblant and Whistler Blackcomb.
  • And much more…

The following is a breakdown of this year’s spring offerings before May 21, 2006:

Rocky Mountain Super Pass- valid at Winter Park Resort and Copper Mountain
Adult (14 and older): $349
Child (6-13): $149

70 & older: $149

Winter Park Resort Season Pass
Adult (14 and older): $239

Copper Mountain Season Pass
Adult (14 and older): $229

Children must be 13 years of age or younger November 1, 2006 to qualify for a child season pass. Season passes are on sale through May 21, 2006. Season passes can be purchased online.

SNOWBOWL
Pre-season rates through Sept. 30

Flagstaff, AZ – September 6, 2006 – Season passes for the 2006-2007 ski season are on sale and now is the time to take advantage of savings of up to $300 with pre-season rates. But these prices will only last through Sept. 30, 2006.

“Just about everything is increasing in price, but our Season Passes have remained the same, with no increase, for the sixth consecutive year. And, our pre-season rates continue to be one of the best values in Flagstaff. It takes less than nine days on the slopes for your pass to pay for itself, based on a $46 all-day Adult Lift Ticket,” says Arizona Snowbowl General Manager J. R. Murray.

There are many benefits for those who purchase Season Passes, says Murray. “There is the freedom to come and go as you please, without the pressure of trying to get a full day of skiing in with an all-day ticket. Season Pass holders don’t have to wait in lines at ticket windows and therefore have direct access to the lifts. There are discounts on food and retail items at Snowbowl, plus discounts available at many Flagstaff businesses and nearby ski resorts. Plus, those who act soon can save hundreds of dollars.”

For families juggling busy schedules, a Family Pass provides flexibility and also is available at a discounted rate. “Playing on the slopes is a great way for families to spend quality time together while participating in a healthy, outdoor activity,” Murray says.

2006/2007 RATES THROUGH9/30/06 EFFECTIVE10/1/06
Adults (ages 13-64) $399 $699
Juniors (ages 8-12) $299 $399
Seniors (ages 65-69) $299 $399
70 & over/7 & under $19 $29
Dependent Children (ages 8-18)* $99 $99

* A “Family Pass” consists of at least one parent ($399) and any dependent

Children between the ages of 8 and 18 at $99 each

Season Passes may be purchased in Flagstaff at Mountain Sports Downtown, located at 24 N. San Francisco St., from Sept. 16 through Sept. 30. Hours of Season Pass sales are: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mondays through Thursdays, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays.

Revolutionary New Mt. Hood Fusion Pass Goes On Sale This Tuesday, September 5th

WHO: Mt. Hood Skibowl and Timberline ski areas
WHAT: A new season pass that allows you to get unlimited access to both ski areas from Opening Day to Memorial Day. All days. All nights. All winter.
WHEN: Passes go on sale Tuesday September 5th
WHERE: On-line
HOW MUCH: Season passes are sold in groups of 2, but the two can be from any age group.Youth (7-14): $199

Young Adult (15-22): $299

Adult (23-64): $399

Senior (65-70): $199

PURGATORY
Winter Passes on Sale at Discounted Prices

2006/07 Pass holders receive free days at Silverton Mountain

Durango, CO – Purgatory season passes are on sale now through September 23rd offering deep discounts and big benefits for skiers and snowboarders. Adult winter passes are only $599, a two hundred dollar savings over in season prices and children passes purchased with an adult pass are only $119. Full Season pass holders receive unlimited skiing and riding at Purgatory, with no blackout dates.

New this year, Purgatory has teamed up with Silverton Mountain to offer full season pass holders two free days of unguided skiing at Silverton. Unguided skiing and snowboarding at Silverton is available November – January 14th and April 6th through the end of the season. Full Season pass holders also ski and ride 3 free days at Taos, NM and Crested Butte, CO, and 10 days at Kirkwood Mountain Resort in California. Other benefits for season pass holders include discounts at mountain restaurants, retail and rental outlets.

Weekday and Flex passes are also available for discounted prices during the sale. Weekday passes are valid Monday through Friday during the winter season, with blackout dates of December 26-31st and March 11-23rd. Flex Passes offer discounts of up to 20 percent off daily lift tickets for adults and children.

Early Fall Pass Prices:

Winter Pass Weekday Pass

Adult $599 All Ages $299

College $349

Student (13-18) $299

Kid w/ Adult $119 Flex Passes

Kid (6-12) $229 Adult (13-69) $89

Silver (62-29) $399 Kid (6-12) $49

Golden (70 & over) $99

ANTHONY LAKES

Save up to $100 on your season pass! Ski/snowboard for less than $4 a day!

North Powder, OR – Ski Anthony Lakes’ Last Chance Season Pass Sale gives you the opportunity to purchase your 2006-2007 season pass at the best rates available!

October 15th marks the last day for you to purchase your Ski Anthony Lakes’ Season Pass at the best rates available. You can save up to $100 by purchasing your pass before the deadline, and can ski / ride for under $4 a day!!

There are several ways to purchase your season pass: call the resort at 541-856-3277 x12 or x16; visit Ski Anthony Lakes’ website.