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post #1 of 13
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i heard that you can get a season pass to any mountain in VT, NH, or ME. is this true, if so how much and where do i get it. im a college student, any discount?

if there is no all east pass, is there a comperable one with many mountains listed?
post #2 of 13
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i heard that you can get a season pass to any mountain in VT, NH, or ME. is this true, if so how much and where do i get it. im a college student, any discount?

if there is no all east pass, is there a comperable one with many mountains listed?
anyone?
post #3 of 13
Sorry, you are a year too late. There was a very good ASC pass last year. With the break up of "American Skiing Company" it is not longer.
post #4 of 13
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anyone?
Right, a year too late. But can't wait for another day.
post #5 of 13
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Right, a year too late. But can't wait for another day.
What about the Mountain-7 pass from SugarBush? http://www.sugarbush.com/skiandride/...pid=129&nid=82 What does the 7 mean? 7 resorts are under it? i tried to call, they were closed, maybe someone here can clarify before i call in the morning
post #6 of 13
7 days in the week

in other words, an unlimited pass to one area
post #7 of 13
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Originally Posted by scmentz View Post
i heard that you can get a season pass to any mountain in VT, NH, or ME. is this true, if so how much and where do i get it. im a college student, any discount?

if there is no all east pass, is there a comperable one with many mountains listed?
Yes, you can buy a season pass at any mountian in the east.

Also as stated, ASC is not offering there All East Pass, because the company, has for the most part, broken up.

VT used to have a package they offered where you bought a package of tickets. The package contained one lift ticket to each of 16 area's in the state.

The other option is to join one of the ski clubs. The Connecticut Ski Counsel has a deal where members get discounted lift tickets. www.skiclub.com

BTW where are you from?
post #8 of 13
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im from boston.

looking to finally put in an entire winter of skiiing. my trip to colorado last spring really opened me up to the sport.
post #9 of 13
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im from boston.

looking to finally put in an entire winter of skiiing. my trip to colorado last spring really opened me up to the sport.
Get a pass to somewhere close so you can ski weeknights.
post #10 of 13
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im from boston.

looking to finally put in an entire winter of skiiing. my trip to colorado last spring really opened me up to the sport.

Got to the Boston Ski show and check out one of the clubs that has a house in NH. join it...
post #11 of 13
Jay Peak sells the "TRIPLE MAJOR College Pass" its $348.74 and allows you to ski Jay Peak, Bolton Valley and Mad River Glen all season. Not exactly "all east" but its probably as close as your going to get.

https://transaction.mssi.ca/E%2DCommerceUS/itemShow.aspx?Dep=8j8nn2btMTnFWZCpF3vK0Q%3d%3d&Cat =PPEO9IEBgOSvRPbAbQOq4A%3d%3d&It=n56m%2bHdeK3J6ymB NoC9woA%3d%3d
post #12 of 13
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DTL, interesting that you mention that. my girlfriend reminded me that her uncle has a house on Jay Peak. she said hed give her the keys, so we can go up there whenever... score!

thanks alot guys. you can consider this topic closed!
post #13 of 13
An all-east pass does not exist anymore

the 7 in the all mountain 7 at the Bush is for 7 days a week. The all is for both mountains vs just a Mt Ellen pass. It's all plain to see on the Bush's website www.sugarbush.com
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