Backcountry Basics & K2
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Unlimited skiing at Mammoth, June Mountain, Big Bear, and Snow Summit is $699 until 4/4/16 then the pass for next season goes up $100. If you only went 20 times next season it would be $34.95 per day. Also, you get 50% lift tickets for friendos.
The Epic Pass is $809 and it comes with six buddy tickets if you buy it before 4/10/16. This pass is for non-locals or cats that want unlimited erythang. This pass gives you non-stop days at (drumroll) Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, Park City, Heavenly, Northstar, Kirkwood, Wilmot, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton, Perisher (2017 access) and Arapahoe Basin. Lift tickets are $100+ so after eight times this pass pays for itself. There are NO Blackout dates. If you are a local and don't want ride on black out days with everyone and their mom, the Epic Local is for you. It's $609 and you get six buddy tickets if it's purchased before 4/10/16. Here's the deal with this pass - Unlimited, unrestricted skiing or riding at Breckenridge, Keystone, Wilmot, Afton Alps, Mt. Brighton and Arapahoe Basin with limited restrictions at Park City, Heavenly, Northstar & Kirkwood. Also includes a total of 10 days at Vail and Beaver Creek with holiday restrictions. You only need to go six times until you're skiing for free. Yeah buddy.
Jackson Hole (WY)
If you've been watching JHPowWow videos all day - or have a sister who is a Wyoming local, you know that it's been dumping. They've only got till 4/4/16, so Jackson's giving you $200 air credit and 50% off of lodging and lift tickets. Get some of that blower.
The Beast is still going, and the spring pass is $199. Lift tickets are around $50, so after four days you would be riding for free.
Mount Snow (VT)
Are you like, really good at not getting up on time, or maybe sleeping through all of Saturday? Sunday afternoons at Mount Snow are $39 after noon. At least you're getting on the hill.
Red Mountain (BC)
Lift tickets are 40% off 3/25/16- 4/3/16. That's $38 (USD). Mega sweet.
There's a throwback contest on Sat. (3/26/16) and the winner gets a season pass for next year. You can also win a season pass with a selfie snowflake. Check it. Stay and ski for $99. Woof. They have plenty of snow with a foot and a half that just rolled in. This deal starts 4/3/16. See you there mid-April.
It got cold this week, and Sugarbush was able to blow. Thank goodness. They have a $199 Spring Pass - that's unlimited riding until the end of this season. If you only got four more days in- it would be $49.75 a day. Mt. Ellen lift tickets are $30 until Sunday (last day). If you have a season pass from another ski resort (like one that's already closed - ahem Catskills) then Sugarbush will give you a lift ticket for $62. Just show them your season pass.
This is a big one, win: two nights and four lift tickets to Sugarbush, a year subscription to Vermont Ski & Ride Magazine, a pair of Jskis, a Dakine pack, a room and dinner at Lareau Farm, and more (like syrup & chocolate).