Everybody wins at Bolton Valley’s half off weekend

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 25, 2011 8:38 am

Sometimes 50/50 is a sure thing. Everyone’s a winner at Bolton Valley’s “50/50 Weekend,” with mid-winter conditions and deep spring discounts. Skiers and riders will enjoy at least 50 percent off all full day lift tickets, cafeteria and BBQ food, PBRs, and other items around the resort for the last weekend of the season, April 2-3.

“With 313 inches of snow, it’s been a remarkable and snowy season, and it deserves a remarkable ending,” said Josh Arneson, director of marketing at Bolton. “The end of a season like this is always bittersweet, but with our ‘50/50 Weekend’ we’ll make sure it’s more sweet than bitter.”

Photo: Bolton Valley Resort

Leading up to “50/50 Weekend,” full-day lift tickets will be $39 for adults and $29 for youth, college students, or seniors from Monday through Friday, March 28 – April 1. Beginning March 28, running through the end of the season, skiers and riders can take to the slopes of Bolton Valley from 3-5 p.m. for just $19.

On Saturday and Sunday, April 2 – 3, full-day lift tickets will be $29 for adults and $19 for youth, college students, or seniors. In addition, all Nordic tickets and rental equipment will be 50 percent off, as well as alpine rentals, select items in the retail shop, and ski/board waxings. And during this final weekend of the season, special $69 room rates are available for the slopeside Inn at Bolton Valley.

Bolton Valley also is offering free skiing and riding for the remainder of the season to anyone who purchases a 2011-2012 All-Access Season Pass by the April 5 early bird deadline. Pass prices start at $449 for adults and $159 for youth ages 7-17 (when purchased with a parent’s adult season pass), if purchased by April 5.

 

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