Get Your 2013-14 Season Pass Now and Keep Some Change in Your Pocket
The snow's not done yet this spring, but 2013-14 season passes are on sale now, and at a special limited-time price that will help keep a little extra change in your pocket. And if that's not good enough for you, we're throwing some other bonuses your way - how about free lift access at 5 more resorts if you buy a youth or teen pass (and 20% off lift tickets for adults)?
Here's the scoop: now through May 15, season passes are at the best prices you'll see all year. An adult (ages 25-64) pass begins at $695, youth (7-12) at $135, teen (13-18) $180 and college/young adult (18-24) $435. Just like past years, we're letting you build the pass that's right for you with add-ons like Fast Tracks express lane access, night skiing & riding, and underground parking. Figure out what you want to pay for - and what you don't - then take it from there. Find out more on pricing HERE.
But here's what's new: if you're a 2013-14 youth or teen season pass holder, you're automatically getting a free License 2 Ride - setting you up with free skiing or riding at 5 of our sister resorts - Boreal Mountain Resort in California, Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado, Killington Mountain Resort in Vermont, Mt. Bachelor Resort in Oregon and Las Vegas Ski and Snowboard Resort. 6 season passes for the price of 1! If you're an adult, we're hooking you up with 20% off lift tickets at all of those same resorts.
Plus, lock in your pass for next winter by June 1 and save $100 on a week of summer camp at any Woodward Camp in North America!
So there it is, a pretty good deal if we say so ourselves. But remember these pass prices expire after May 15, so don't sleep on it.
Spring skiing in 3 Kings Terrain Park featuring: Tom Wallisch, Jake Doan, Nicky Keefer, Brady Perron and Chris Laker. Filmed By: Thomas Arnell AJ Dakoulas Edited By: Thomas Arnell
Get ready for some HOT snowboard action in this month's Every Third Thursday! Dave Lee and the Signal Snowboards crew get back to the base-ics, experimenting with new technology to actually heat up the base of a snowboard and test out their theory that a hot base will go faster. Dave explains that the snow sliding action actually works from friction heating up the snow and forming a thin layer of water that the board slides on, but what if we speed up that process by incorporating a heat film into the base? Watch as Dave dials the base all the way up to 128-degrees and snowboarder Alex Cato heats up the slopes of Park City Resort.
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Check out Sage Kotsenburg, Tor Lundstrom, Ben Bilodeau, Aaron Biittner, Brendan Gerard, Broc Waring, and Harrison Gordon, sessioning the park, pipe, and King's Crown.
The past couple of weeks have been filled with warm weather, plentiful features, and a solid crew consistently getting after it. Here's a look at everything throwing down and keeping things fresh. Featuring Dale Talkington, John Ware, Nicky Keefer, Luka Melloni, Joey Van Der Meer, Dylan Ferguson, Tim McChesney, Joss Christensen, Chris Laker, Karl Fostvedt, McRae Williams, and Tom Wallisch. Filmed By: AJ Dakoulas Andrew Napier Edited By: AJ Dakoulas Andrew Napier
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