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2017 season pass rates - Page 2

post #31 of 47

Copying over . . .

 

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Originally Posted by marznc View Post
 

The Power Pass for the southwest for 2016-17 looks about the same as last season, but the options for NM changed a bit.  The NM Power Pass was replaced with the Arizona Snowbowl Unlimited Pass.  Snowbowl is still in the Powder Alliance.

 

Another $10 million will be spent before the start of the next season at the four places controlled by James Coleman.  Details for all four are described on the Purgatory website:

 

https://www.purgatoryresort.com/capital-improvements-2016-2017/

 

 

Power Pass 2016-17

 

 

 

 

post #32 of 47
Seven springs



post #33 of 47

I got an unlimited, no-blackout season pass at little Ragged Mountain in NH for $250. No crowds, great vibe, and I have so much to work on that I never get bored. I like the big places in the spring when the crowds thin, the snow softens, and the tickets are cheap.

post #34 of 47
Thread Starter 

Squaw/Alpine raised the pass pricing on May 6th 

 

 

post #35 of 47
I just paid $1799 for my Aspen pass.   
Thankfully we don't need no stinking platnum pass.
post #36 of 47
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I just paid $1799 for my Aspen pass.   
Thankfully we don't need no stinking platnum pass.

OMG!!! Did it come in a mink case?
post #37 of 47
Thread Starter 

Squaw upped the price again on October 12

 

 

and no there is no gold medal to go with the gold pass

 

I suspect they will raise the prices another two rounds and eliminate the bronze option

post #38 of 47
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Originally Posted by Sallycat View Post
 

I got an unlimited, no-blackout season pass at little Ragged Mountain in NH for $250. No crowds, great vibe, and I have so much to work on that I never get bored. I like the big places in the spring when the crowds thin, the snow softens, and the tickets are cheap.


Certainly sounds like a deal compared to season passes in the southeast.  Massanutten full season pass is $450 with no blackout dates, $235 for the Special Value Pass that is good Sun-Fri and all night sessions.  Ragged is 240 acres with a lot of snowmaking while Mnut is 70 acres and wouldn't exist without 100% snowmaking.

post #39 of 47

I got mine on sale, does that count? Unlimited with no blackouts at Ski Apache was $260 at the end of last season, but it goes up over the summer to the regular price of $700. Includes three days at more than half a dozen partner resorts across New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. 

post #40 of 47

I posted this on another thread but thought the deal was worth repeating. Baldy Mountain is reopening in the Okanagan at bargain season pass prices - Senior  is $19 (not a misprint) and Adult is $199. Our main mountains will be Castle and Apex but at these prices Baldy just made the list. Relative to Western hills, it is small with only 500 acres and 1350 vertical but the base is the highest in Canada at 5650 feet so the snow will be decent and it should be deserted mid week.

Image result for image baldy image

post #41 of 47
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Originally Posted by Castle Dave View Post
 

I posted this on another thread but thought the deal was worth repeating. Baldy Mountain is reopening in the Okanagan at bargain season pass prices - Senior  is $19 (not a misprint) and Adult is $199. Our main mountains will be Castle and Apex but at these prices Baldy just made the list. Relative to Western hills, it is small with only 500 acres and 1350 vertical but the base is the highest in Canada at 5650 feet so the snow will be decent and it should be deserted mid week.

Image result for image baldy image

 

 

 

I might make it there this season and will send a PM, Dave if I do. Do you know if they will be operating 7 days/week?

post #42 of 47

Yep, 7 days a week. They are having an open house next weekend and we're going to check it out. Free wine so I'm there for sure.

baldy, festival of colours, fall, event

post #43 of 47
interesting. Baldy would be about a 5 1/2 hour drive for me. Maybe an Apex/Baldy road trip?
post #44 of 47
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Originally Posted by DesiredUsername View Post

interesting. Baldy would be about a 5 1/2 hour drive for me. Maybe an Apex/Baldy road trip?

 

Sounds good to me, lets keep in touch for a meet up.

 

I've never been to Baldy and the last time that I was at Apex was '89 or '90 with thigh deep powder all day long.:D

post #45 of 47

Fusion Pass for Mt Hood Ski Bowl and Timberline Lodge (Mt Hood, Portland Oregon)

 

Early price is $499, late price is $699;  No blackout days

 

Includes the "Powder Alliance" which is 3 days at various other areas (blackout days)

 

 

post #46 of 47

Grand Targhee cut off dates for season pass rates are May 1 and Oct. 2.  Wish GT would get in the MAX Pass.

 

post #47 of 47

Never paid attention to JH season pass rates before.  What's new are the 7 and 10 day "passes," which includes all early season days until 12/18/16.  Also noted that the cut off for senior rate is 65, not 70.  There is also a Weekend Pass for $1250 instead of $1855 for the unlimited Grand Pass.

 

 

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