W-B has yet to introduce pricing of 09-10 season, however rumor has it that there will be a break for long time pass holders....I will not be holding my breath! Considering that the month of Feb will be more or less wiped out for many of us I would hope there would be an "adjustment".
I picked up Limited Threedom passes for my daughter and me just before the prices were supposed to go up on May 31. They're good anyday at Waterville Valley, which is our home hill. I was a little reluctant because I wasn't working, but finally figured that we were going to ski no matter what and we might at well grab what should be the best price. I just hope that I'm employed by the time we're skiing again. We probably won't spend quite as much $$$ in the lodges no matter what.
W-B has yet to introduce pricing of 09-10 season, however rumor has it that there will be a break for long time pass holders....I will not be holding my breath! Considering that the month of Feb will be more or less wiped out for many of us I would hope therewould be an "adjustment".
Mammoth puts them on sale April 1st. I emailed my buddies that day that they had sold out, as this was the first year forever they opened buying the pass to everyone, not just us grandfathered in doods.
I am so ready for snow. Just got my new Praxis Back Country's in the other day, so now up to 5 pairs of really nice skis I told my wife the goal is 60+ days this season, she suggested I am crazy.
Interwest is trying to sell Copper. Right now Steamboat, Copper, and Winter Park work together since Interwest owns all of them. I just wonder if something happens before the start of the season if Copper will still honor those passes. Rumors are there are buyers very interested.
Yes. I renewed my Colorado Pass $439. and Rocky Mountain Super+ Pass $399. back in April.Looking forward to A-Basin opening back up in around 10 weeks.
+1...deposit of $49 w/ rest charged to card in Sept...If Copper is sold, I would imagine that the deal will include some sort of work out for honoring previously purchased passes and the benefits that they include.
I bought mine a few weeks ago. It was only $334 but its only a claimed 400 vertical feet. I saw that Jackson Hole's "discounted" passes were available during August. I would gladly to the $1600+ to get ski an entire season at a real mountain.
BTW, was anybody else super bummed when Loon dropped off the Threedom Pass? I hated the place on the weekends, but loved it during the week...Bretton Woods is nice, but no substitute for Loon, to my mind. Can't do much about the place changing hands, I guess.