Fifty lucky people will be able to purchase a 10-year pass to Saddleback Mountain in honor of their 50th anniversary celebration.
For skiers that hit the same slopes more than 15 times a year, a season pass is an undeniable bargain. For those who ski at Saddleback, the resort is offering an even better deal in honor of their 50th anniversary: a 10-year “decade” pass.
Colorado and Utah aren’t the only areas enjoying early season snow blasts. Staffers at Revelstoke Mountain Resort in British Columbia waded through up to 51 cm (yeah, that’s 20 inches!) of snow yesterday, with more predicted throughout the week. Revelstoke is set to open on December 5, 2009, with season pass sales already up 20 percent over last season. With all that snow, we’re sure there will be enough to go around.
Let's say you bought a season pass, but you lost your job before the season even started. Are you screwed? Not if you opted for Vail Resorts' Pass Insurance program. For an extra $20 for adult, teen or senior passes (or $10 for children's passes), you'd be able to recover at least some, if not all, of your investment. Break a leg before the season even starts? Full refund. Get pregnant after opening day? Partial refund. Called up for duty two weeks after opening day? Partial refund.
LOVELAND SKI AREA, Georgetown, CO. – 2008-2009 Loveland Ski Area Season Passes and 4-paks are on sale now. Passes and 4-paks will be available for purchase online, over the phone and at ski shows across The Front Range. Loveland Ski Area's Pass Products offer skiers and snowboarders some of the most affordable and least restrictive options in Colorado. A short 53 miles from Denver, Loveland Ski Area caters to Front Range skiers and snowboarders with easy access, affordable pricing and a season that streches from mid-October through early-May.
Park City, Utah – Park City Mountain Resort’s season passes are now available for the 2008-09 winter season at early season prices. Discounted Park City Mountain Resort season passes are available through September 30, 2008. With over $10 million dollars in improvements, including a new high-speed quad from the base area and a completely renovated Mid-Mountain Lodge, the 2008-09 season brings exciting new reasons to purchase a pass at Park City Mountain Resort this winter.