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$49 Unrestricted Copper Passes

WINTER PARK/COPPER MOUNTAIN, Colo., Sales for the 2005-06 Rocky Mountain Super Pass and Copper Mountain and Winter Park/Mary Jane season passes will begin April 12, 2005. Those skiers and riders who choose to purchase this spring have the option to make a down payment of $49, guaranteeing them the best possible price for unlimited skiing and riding next season. The remainder of the balance will automatically be charged to the customer's credit card in August. Season passes will remain on sale until May 22, 2005.

The Rocky Mountain Super Pass returns this season for just $309, offering unlimited skiing and riding at both Winter Park Resort and Copper Mountain. The Rocky Mountain Super Pass will allow skiers and riders to choose from over 5,000 total acres of some of the best terrain in Colorado

Winter Park/Mary Jane Season Pass returns for only $219 this spring, providing unlimited access to 2,762 acres of terrain, some of the best beginner runs in North America, top-ranked terrain parks and a new look for Mary Jane. Mary Jane is turning 30 and will receive over $7 million in capital investments. The improved Jane will feature a new detachable six-pack chairlift replacing the Summit Express quad, a renovated Club Car restaurant and enhanced tree skiing and riding terrain. Spring pass buyers will also receive a commemorative season pass for Mary Jane's birthday and the chance to be a part of celebrations and special events throughout the upcoming season. Purchase this pass early for the best value. The price will increase to $259 in the fall.

The Copper Season Pass will be available for $249, providing skiers and riders with unlimited access to Copper's 2,450 acres of naturally divided terrain, nationally recognized terrain parks, four alpine bowls and 280 inches of annual snowfall. Copper's season pass will also provide easy access to all the action of OLN's Winter Gravity Games, returning to the resort March 2006.

These passes offer those who purchase this spring not only a full season of direct-to-lift access at the guaranteed lowest price, but also a variety of discounts including deals on food, lessons, rentals, retail, discounted friends and family lift tickets and more. Skiers and riders who purchase a Rocky Mountain Super Pass, Copper Pass, or Winter Park/Mary Jane season pass this spring will also receive the following benefits:

_Two parking vouchers good for free parking in resort pay lots (date restrictions apply)
_Two $25 bring-a-friend lift ticket coupons with each adult season pass purchase (date restrictions apply)
_Payment plan option (just $49 down)

To purchase passes: _ Call Winter Park at 800-977-7669
_ Copper Mountain at 866-416-9869
_ Passes may also be purchased online by visiting www.passwagon.com .

Following is a breakdown of this year's spring offerings:

Rocky Mountain Super Pass- valid at Winter Park and Copper Mountain
Adult (19 and older): $309Teen (14-18): $189 Child (6-13): $129 70 and older unrestricted: $309 70 and older mid-week (M-Th): $20
Winter Park Season PassAdult (19 and older): $219Teen (14-18): $189 Child (6-13): $12970 and older unrestricted: $219 70 and older mid-week (M-Th): $20
Copper Mountain Season PassAdult (19 and older): $249Teen (14-18): $189 Child (6-13): $129 70 and older unrestricted: $249 70 and older mid-week (M-Th): $20

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