BOLTON VALLEY, Vt. — Bolton Valley once again will offer free skiing and riding for the remainder of this season when people purchase a 2011-2012 season pass by the April 5 deadline. Bolton Valley season passes for 2011-2012 are at their lowest price until April 5 plus skiers and riders can witness one of the most amazing parts of spring skiing-a sunset cascading behind the Adirondacks thanks to this Vermont resort’s west-facing peak and slopes.
“A snow-rich winter means deep base depths for weeks of spring skiing in March,” said Josh Arneson, director of marketing at Bolton Valley. “And longer days mean additional trails stay open for night skiing Wednesday through Saturday, with sensational sunsets from our west facing slopes. With simplified pricing it’s easy to save money on season passes for everyone in the family, regardless of the family size. At Bolton Valley our goal is to making skiing affordable for families so they can enjoy skiing and riding without breaking the bank.”
Bolton Valley will offer Season Passes for the upcoming season starting at $449 for adults and $159 (when purchased with a parent’s adult season pass) for youth ages 7-17, if purchased by April 5.
A 2011-12 Bolton Valley Season Pass includes:
• Unlimited alpine skiing and riding
• A 20% discount on rentals, retail shop purchases, group ski and ride lessons, and lodging (includes condos, suites, or hotel rooms)
• Sports Center Membership including access to an indoor heated pool, hot tub, and sauna
• Access to 6 km of groomed Nordic terrain