Blue Mountain is pleased to introduce its 2013 Pro Athlete Team. From a pool of more than 70 applicants, a total of 23 athletes have been chosen to join the Blue Mountain Pro Team. Decisions have been made based on media coverage, contest results and overall history with the Resort.
At Blue, this is the most exciting time of the year – we simply can’t wait to get out on the slopes. We know many of you share our passion, so our team of seasoned winter enthusiasts wanted to share our top 10 tips to prepare for winter:
If you’ve driven by Blue Mountain this fall you might have noticed some big changes in our Badlands terrain park. Over the fall, the parks and operations team have been moving earth and working on upgrades in preparation for the 2012/13 winter season. As part of the project, the team has bulldozed the long-standing dirt form for the superpipe. But it’s not leaving for long!
Everyone has their own reasons for being a Season Passholder at Blue – terrain, value, conditions, social scene and Pass perks usually top the list. However, with last year’s strange weather, many skiers and boarders aren’t quite ready to trust Mother Nature. For what it’s worth, at Blue Mountain we think winter is returning this year. And the experts agree!
We always have winter on our minds at Blue Mountain, and every fall we share our enthusiasm and build anticipation for the upcoming winter season with our Early Bird Season Pass campaign.
We’re especially stoked this year, as we’ve introduced a dynamic new product called the LITE Pass, updated our pricing and are set to offer more access, more value and more amazing benefits than ever before.
The new LITE Pass replaces our traditional Night Pass and includes lift access for night skiing Sunday through Thursday and day skiing Monday through Thursday – including day skiing during March Break! The LITE Pass is sold at the epically low Early Bird price of $149.