SAVE ON THAT SNOW XIV
So many resorts in the tri-state area (and PA) are closing during this week to keep the snow for next weekend, but Hunter is opening back up tomorrow with $39 midweek tickets if you buy in advance. See you there.
Stay at Mammoth for half off during the week. I heard it's never going to stop snowing there.
This Thursday (3/17/16) the Spring Skiesta Pass goes on sale. It's $109 to ride everyday until the end of the season. If you only got to ski four more times it would be $27.35 per day.
Next weekend is it for Plattekill. Lift tickets are $35. Sad.
If you are in Vail or Jackson this weekend you could win a trip to Chile. Here are the det.s
Win a pair of skis and a cat skiing trip in BC and you get to bring a friend.
The Springalicious pass is $119 until 3/21/16. It's good for three days during 4/1/16-4/10/16. That's like $40 a day! Their April Double Dip Pass is good for unlimited riding at Steamboat and Winter Park until the end of the season. It's $179, lift tickets are usually $149 so this pass pays for itself after only two times.
Tahoe (CA & NV)
Sierra-at-Tahoe is selling a three pack for $198. That's $66 a day.
Buy a Tahoe Super Pass and ride the rest of the season for free. The Gold Pass is $829, it gives you unlimited days at Squaw and Alpine plus four days at Sierra-at-Tahoe and four days at Sugarbowl. Lift tickets are $99, so after nine days you are skiing for free. The College Pass is $429 with unlimited days at Squaw and Alpine which might make it hard to stay in school. The prices go up 4/19/16.
It's still dumping at Whistler and they have a sweet stay and ski deal going on. Four nights and three days is $87 (U.S) a night. So good.
This Saturday is the AbilityPLUS Ski/Ride A-Thon at Wildcat. It's $75 to register ($35 for season pass holders). Raise money for soldiers while showing off your lap skills.