If you buy a parking pass (around $200 if I remember correctly) you can park in a few reserved spots around the resort. The first row closest to the pedestrian bridge in the Gad lot and a few rows low on the bypass road. There is plenty of free parking all over the resort. Only on very busy days do the lots fill up, and then there is still parking on 201, just a bit of a walk. The only reason for buying a pass is if you want to get there at noon and still park front row. I get there before opening every day I ski and have no problem getting free rock star parking.
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9/17/14 at 1:10pm
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