If I was to tell you that you could ski the whole 2012/2013 season for the equivalent of $5.77 per day, would you be interested?
On the off chance that you ever stopped, it’s time to start thinking about winter again. While the slopes may be lacking that white covering we love so much, and most of the chairs are taking a break from hauling you and I up the mountain all winter, I’d like to point out that there are just over 100 days until we kick off the 2012/2013 season.
Naturally, it’s time to start thinking about where you’re going to be making turns this winter. As you’ve no doubt noticed, every ski hill is coming out with their season pass prices for the 2012/2013 season. Some claim to offer the best “deal.” Others are touting their “perks.” But let’s be serious, as a consumer you’re looking for value. And you’re looking to see the value where you’re going to be spending the most time – on the mountain. From days and weeks to acreage and annual snowfall, we’ve broken down our 2012/2013 adult season pass to show you exactly what you’re getting for your money. Plus, we’ve added a few more figures (chairlifts, trails, etc.) if you’re interested in breaking it down further.
As you can see, if you’re looking for value, we’ve got it right here. For a complete list of season passes, pricing and details, please make your way to our season pass page.