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2007-08 Season Pass DEALS

WEST
Crystal Mountain, WA (New Deal!): A new season pass has been launched that specifically offers skiing benefits for Crystal Mountain, as well as all other Boyne USA resort locations in North America. Named the "Big S Unlimited Plus!", the season pass provides for up to five free days of skiing at Crystal Mountain, as well as up to ten free days of skiing at other Boyne USA ski properties.
skicrystal.com

Mt. Hood, OR (New Deal!): The Mt. Hood Fusion Pass offers skiers and riders an unlimited pass to both Skibowl and Timberline ski areas.
www.mthoodfusionpass.com

Sugar Bowl, CA: Sugar Bowl has added more value to their "New" Slightly Restricted pass!! It is now good 7 days a week, excluding holidays, for only $529. Price goes up Oct. 31.
www.sugarbowl.com

Lake Tahoe, CA: Alpine Meadows Ski Resort and Homewood Mountain Resort will offer an all-new dual season pass. The Combo Pass is offered as a midweek or a full season pass for winter 2007-2008. Prices range from $198 to $1,199.
www.skialpine.com
www.skihomewood.com

ROCKIES
Crested Butte, CO (New Deal!): CBMR will offer half-price lift tickets for Thanksgiving week to season pass holders from all other resorts. The early season price of $39 will be just $ 19.50 at the ticket window, when you show your season pass from any other Colorado or ski resort in the country.
www.skicb.com

Loveland, CO (New Deal!): Loveland's adult season passes start at $219, and prices will be good until November 23.
www.skiloveland.com

Copper, CO: Get an Adult Season Pass for just $359.
www.passwagon.com/cop_season.htm

Vail Resorts, CO: The Buddy Pass, the Colorado Pass, and the new Colorado Pass PLUS are now on sale. The Buddy Pass starts at $379 and the Colorado Pass starts at $419.
www.coloradopass.com

EAST
Mount Snow, VT: Mount Snow has announced that lift ticket prices for the 2007-08 skiing and snowboarding season will remain the same as last winter.
www.mountsnow.com

Sunday River and Sugarloaf/USA: The Maine Pass is a tiered season pass with three levels. The Bronze Maine Pass is $299 and is an all ages pass valid midweek non-holiday. The Silver Maine Pass is $499 and is an all ages pass valid seven days a week with 12 blackout dates on holidays and select Saturdays. The Gold Maine Pass is valid every day of the season and ranges from $399 for seniors to $799 for adults. The full list of products and prices is available at http://www.sundayriver.com target=_blank>www.sundayriver.com and http://www.sugarloaf.com target=_blank>www.sugarloaf.com.

Caberfae Peaks, MI: Midweek-only pass $99, Weekend-only pass $99, Combo midweek & weekend $198.
www.caberfaepeaks.com

Boyne, MI: Now is the best time to take advantage of pre-season winter pass prices at Boyne. Get the Bronze, Silver, or Gold Pass, or look into alternative pass options.
www.boyne.com

Attittash, NH: Season passes are now on sale. Get access to four resorts with the Nor'Easter Pass ($749) or buy the Granite or Classic Pass for Attitash. The Classic Pass starts at $399.
www.attitash.com

White Mountains, NH: The Threedom Pass starts at $449 and gives you the opportunity to ski & ride three mountains: Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley, and Cranmore, all just two and a half hours from Boston.
www.threedompass.com

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