Get Your New England Pass and Ski FREE This Spring

Posted By: The Ski Channel on March 30, 2012 12:14 pm

The New England Pass gives skiers and riders the best deal money can buy, or save. The New England Pass allows access to New England’s three premier resorts: Sugarloaf, Sunday River, and Loon. When you pay for a 2012-13 New England Pass in full, you can use it to ski for the rest of the spring season.

All three resorts remain open, thanks to their snowmaking operations, and will continue to stay open will into April. Sugarloaf, Sunday River, and Loon Mountain currently have more open terrain than all other New England ski areas combined! With prices starting at $379, the New England Pass provides you access to a total of 2,168 acres with 346 trails, 14 terrain parks, and 6 halfpipes during peak season. Each New England Pass includes free or discounted skiing and riding at Boyne Resorts’ Western Mountains, including Big Sky, Brighton, Crystal Mountain, Cypress MOuntain, British Columbia, Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands, and The Summit at Snoqualmie.

Available New England Pass purchases include:

The Bronze Pass: available for $379, is an all-ages season pass that includes midweek, non-holiday access to all three resorts.

The Silver Pass: available for $645 for adults (ages 19-64), offers access every day of the season excluding 13 black-out dates.

The Gold Pass: available for $969 for adults (ages 19-64), offers unrestricted access to all three resorts for the 2012/2013 season.

Senior (65 and older), teen (13-18), and junior (6-12) Gold and Silver passes are also available for purchase. Gold passes are also available for age 5 and under and 80 years and older.

Full-time college students can purchase the College New England Pass for $359. Purchase this pass before November 30, 2012 for this low price.

College graduates can purchase the Graduate New England Pass for $645. Deadline for this offer is April 30, 2012.

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