Now through April 13, 2014, lift tickets and passes are extremely reasonably priced at Copper Mountain for families.
Posted from Snowmamas on April 4, 2014
Those who says snowsports are expensive are obviously not planners. Though most people's attentions are turning to balmy temperatures and summer vacations, now is the time to act for the next ski/ride season. Now through April 13, 2014, lift tickets and passes are extremely reasonably priced at Copper Mountain and there are several options available to make your 2014/15 season the best ever!
Copper Mountain Season Pass. This great pass includes unlimited skiing/riding and includes three new days of skiing at sister resorts Killington, Park City Mountain Resort, Boreal, Mt. Bachelor and Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard. An added bonus to the season pass is free skiing at Grand Targhee Resort, WY when you book lodging with Grand Targhee Lodging. Adults (ages 18-64) $389; Teens (ages 13-17) $299; Children (6-12) $209; Senior (65+) $279. 5 and under ski/ride free.
Copper Mountain 4-pack. Planning to ski only four times next winter? This 4-pack is a fantastic deal--just $149. There are no blackout dates and if you purchase before April 13, you get an extra day.
Rocky Mountain Super Pass. If you love Copper Mountain and Winter Park, this is the pass for you. Unlimited skiing and riding at Winter Park and Copper Mountain with no blackout dates. Adults (ages 18-69) $439; Teens (13-17) are $349; Children 6-12 are $239.
Super Pass Plus. This deal is too awesome to believe. When I asked why it was the same price as the Rocky Mountain Super Pass, the marketing rep shrugged her shoulders. Takeaway: act now before they figure it out and the price goes up. Essentially, this awesome Super Pass Plus is unlimited skiing and riding at Copper Mountain and Winter Park, plus six days unrestricted at Steamboat Springs and 3 days at Crested Butte. Adults (ages 18-69) $439; Teens (13-17) are $349; Children 6-12 are $239.
There are plenty of other benefits and discounts when you purchase a season pass at Copper Mountain so be sure to go to their website for the scoop.
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