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post #31 of 87
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Originally Posted by simonbda View Post
Taos Millenium pass. Up to 70 days at Taos Ski Valley (blacked out Xmas week), 3 days each at Telluride, Crested Butte, Durango, and 2 days at Copper/WP.
$550
Ditto
post #32 of 87
Sr, Loon, Loaf(New England pass.) bought them early. 2 adlults 1 teen 1 youth.
post #33 of 87
Alpine Meadows midweek - $374
Kirkwood 7 days college pass - $249
Squaw Valley college pass sun-fri - free, raffle prize

$623 to ski the three best mountains in Tahoe all year!
post #34 of 87
New England Gold, $950. (ouch)
post #35 of 87
We bought passes to Mt. Snow at the end of the season last year. It allowed us to ski 2 or 3 times last season on the passes...which was nice.

We did the "Classic Pass" ($499 before 6/1/08) which is valid every day except the blackouts. Those dates fall within school vacations. Since we're DINKs in our early 30's, school vacation doesn't really matter. We're mostly weekend skiers.
post #36 of 87
Greek Peak, $370 which considering it's $50 a day there, not a bad deal, well the seasons pass that is, 50 a day seems a bit steep to me

Man I need to move west
post #37 of 87
Park City Mountain Resort weekdays $680
DV local 10 pack $520
post #38 of 87
Another version of the michigander pass.

Colorado pass
Caberfae Peaks in MI $199.00
post #39 of 87
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Originally Posted by pedalbiker View Post
Another version of the michigander pass.

Colorado pass
Caberfae Peaks in MI $199.00
Can you believe the rates at Caberfae!!!

I plan on skiing there a bit, midweek this year.
post #40 of 87
Whistler Blackcomb - FREE.

My girlfriend won a pair of passes for us. She won the Canadian National Cheese Rolliing contest.

Usual price for a pre-season WB pass is $1650.
post #41 of 87
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Originally Posted by shirk_007 View Post
Whistler Blackcomb - FREE.

My girlfriend won a pair of passes for us. She won the Canadian National Cheese Rolliing contest.

Usual price for a pre-season WB pass is $1650.
I guess all you need is cheese..... and some skis
post #42 of 87
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Originally Posted by bumpfreaq View Post
I guess all you need is cheese..... and some skis
As the North American Tech rep for Movement skis I have to shortage to my quiver

Hardest thing sometimes is deciding what ski.
post #43 of 87
Technically, I have an "emploee ID", not a pass.

For my son, a 50% discount - making it about $235.

Trying to talk him into teaching this year. He could maybe meet some hot high school girls, and I would save money. Win-win!
post #44 of 87
Castle pass-no blackout dates~$600
RCR card $80

If i am living in calgary this spring, i will look into the sunshine spring pass ~$330
post #45 of 87
Classic Passes for Mount Snow, VT. bought at end of last season for my wife and I.($499 per person, holidays blacked out) We're lucky enough to have a small condo up there.
Upgraded to an Epic Pass ($579) from the Colorado Pass at the end of last season for Front Range skiing for me. Usual plan: rent out the VT. condo on the holiday weekends when my Vt pass is blacked out, it's even more crowded on Mount Snow than usual and we get the most bucks for the rentals. Use the rental cash to ski 25+ days in Colorado. Life is sweet.
post #46 of 87
Schweitzer, unlimited - $649.
Way cheaper than therapy.
post #47 of 87
Gore/Whiteface limited pass (No Christmas,MLK, President's weekend). Who wants to ski then anyway? $545. Just 10 days at Gore and I'm breaking even. The tickets at Whiteface are higher than Gore. Since I have regular business in the Lake Placid area (at least 2X per month) I will get in 8-10 weekdays there. Gore is much closer and I can expect to get another 10+ days there. I'm already way below $30 per day. Woo-hoo.
post #48 of 87
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Originally Posted by shirk_007 View Post
Whistler Blackcomb - FREE.

My girlfriend won a pair of passes for us. She won the Canadian National Cheese Rolliing contest.

Usual price for a pre-season WB pass is $1650.
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I guess all you need is cheese..... and some skis
And Wine!
or is it whine.........I'm soooooo confused.
post #49 of 87
What do I win for paying the most for the least, Big Sky 15x sky card 15 days plus free first and last week for $695. 15 days at Big Sky for more than a season at Vail + Beaver + Breck. + Keystone +++. What a deal!
post #50 of 87
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Originally Posted by sdavis View Post
MVP9 Pass $576
Unlimited riding at Mammoth/June Mountain.
(no "new" passes sold, have to be previous member an enroll every year to get price)
For the real deal, buy $500 in Mammoths bucks in 08. They will give you a 20% bump in value, so you have $600 bucks on acct for next years MVP. Keep this on the down low, it works. It is tough to get a 20% return on my investment elsewhere these days.
post #51 of 87
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Originally Posted by steveturner View Post
What do I win for paying the most for the least, Big Sky 15x sky card 15 days plus free first and last week for $695. 15 days at Big Sky for more than a season at Vail + Beaver + Breck. + Keystone +++. What a deal!
Your prize is a fraction of the traffic, fewer tourists, better access to untracked goods, and the company of earthy mountain folk in Montana.

Throw back some mountain moonshine and enjoy the upside.
post #52 of 87

Red Lodge

Living in Billings,MT right now so ponied up for a 410.00 season pass at Red Lodge Mountain (1 hour drive) which can be very good if/when it it snows.

Bought a discount card for Big Sky as well-14 free days early/late season plus a 20$ off any other day-card was 78$
post #53 of 87
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Originally Posted by Trekchick View Post
Can you believe the rates at Caberfae!!!

I plan on skiing there a bit, midweek this year.
Once a month I've got Wednesdays off so hopefully we can make some turns together. If I can keep up with you!

I hope to do better than that on the caberfae pass, the last several years at warren miller in Saginaw they've offered the unlimited pass for $99
post #54 of 87
Winter Park, Copper and Steamboat.
post #55 of 87
Killington midweek - $349
Colorado Ski3 (Breck/Keystone/A-Basin) - $419
post #56 of 87
About $1000 for a Snowbird tram pass. (It's good in the summer as well, something which I've taken full advantage of this summer.) I'm debating if I'm going to spend the extra money to include alta or not.
post #57 of 87
Although we get a bunch of great resorts on our passes in Colorado, I was just as happy with only one pass in Utah for Solitude.

You can only ski what's under your feet.
post #58 of 87
Nubs pass (unlimited) - $528 (or more than a buck a vertical foot)
Birchwood Inn - $995 for unlimited lodging during ski season

So, that's 1.5k to ski & stay in Northern MI.

I'm thinking about ponying up another $189 for a White Gold card (one day of skiing at 24 different MI resorts), but haven't decided if it'll be cost effective. If I do, I'll try to come visit some fellow trol^H^H^H^H bears at their home hills.
post #59 of 87
Aspen Premier $1769 or roughly 3XEpic Pass.
post #60 of 87
Alpine Meadows/Homewood Combo Passes for self and spouse: Free.

Alpine Meadows team for three kids (~45 days of coaching), including Alpine Meadows/Homewood Combo Passes: $2050, total.
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