Why did we call it LITE Pass? Any one of the following reasons influenced our decision:
- At $149 this Pass has BIG value at a LITE price
- Added “light” to our traditional Night Pass with bonus day skiing Monday through Thursday
- Passholders can ride during LITE operating hours when lift lines and on-hill action are often less busy
- With a new tiered Pass Benefit structure, the LITE Pass provides you with basic perks compared to the 5x7® and Super Passes
Many of our “old favourites” are back, including a lower price on our popular all-access Super Pass ($599 Adult & $449 Youth/Senior Early Bird price) and Double Down cards ($79 Early Bird price). Of course, the best value on snow continues to be our 5x7® Pass ($199 Early Bird price). Season Pass prices and information can be found on our website. Mark your calendars. The Early Bird deadline ends at 11:59 p.m. on November 1, 2012.
Before I sign off, I need to address the “elephant in the room”. We know last winter was unpredictable and may have left some winter enthusiasts with ill wishes towards Mother Nature. While the Resort can’t guarantee the weather this winter, we hope the following facts provide some reassurance that we’re armed and ready for whatever Mother Nature throws at us:
- Blue Mountain was open 96 days during the 2011/12 winter season, despite warmer temperatures
- Averaged 119 ski days per season over the last 10 years
- Largest snowmaking system in Canada… Period!
- New snowmaking upgrades have improved the Resort’s capacity to make more snow at higher/warmer temperatures and the Resort can now start making snow at temperatures as high as -2°C
- One of the most experienced grooming, snowmaking, and operations teams in the industry
- Don’t forget 250 acres of terrain, 36 trails, 15 lifts, 2 terrain parks, a pedestrian Village with more than 40 shops, restaurants and bars and a wide-selection of off-hill activities
Purchase a Blue Mountain Season Pass now and beat the Early Brid deadline!