Originally Posted by Dave86
Its been a very tragic year in the Pacific Northwest.
It will also be interesting to see if season pass holders get some money back from the resorts. I know this is kind of silly, but is there any way that some of our ski resorts get some kind of federal disaster relief money?
Two have made thier moves.
Depending on the pass, Stevens is giving a $50-110 credit towards OTHER on-hill purchases as long as you buy next seasons pass by the end of April.
Stevens was open 40 days on very limited terrain.
Summit at Snoqualmie passholders are getting next years pass at no charge.
Better than expected or even hoped for.
They were open even fewer days than Stevens, but there's other resorts under the same Booth Creek umbrella to cover the loss.
West: 16 days, 1/1 - 1/16, plus maybe 1/20?
Central: 9 days, 1/8 - 1/16
East: 0 days
Alpental: 2 days, 1/15 - 1/16 and no upper chair 2
No word yet on Crystal were ticket booklets will be good next winter, but it's still too early for passholders as they could reopen.
Baker's still on and off also.
Nothing about White Pass yet.