Many are more than ready to welcome the sunshine and warmer weather in the forecast but for skiers and riders, springtime is the best time to get ready for next winter. Blue Mountain Resort launched the 2015/2016 Season Passes today including the new 6x7 and an improved Super Pass. Available online, through Blue Mountain’s Call Centre or at Guest Services locations, passes can be purchased at the lowest prices of the season from now until April 12, 2015.
NEW 6x7 Pass
$399 All Ages
$479 Youth (or only $239 with purchase of Adult Super Pass)
Night Value Pass
$149 All Ages
“Blue Mountain strives to provide flexible and affordable access to alpine sports in Ontario,” says Paul Pinchbeck, Vice President, Marketing, Blue Mountain Resort. “Our guests continue to prove that they have a passion for winter and we want to provide a means to get out and enjoy the season with access to the Resort that works best for their lifestyle.”
Blue’s new 6x7 pass is a perfect example of affordability and flexibility by taking the ever popular 5x7 pass and increasing the value to include additional Sunday access. Only available until April 12, the 6x7 gives passholders the ability to ski or ride during the day from Sunday through Friday as well as every night of the week on Blue’s 30 lit trails.
This spring’s pass offering also includes a great incentive to purchase the Super Pass. Along with the purchase of an Adult Super Pass, passholders have the ability to purchase a Youth Super Pass at a 50% discount making it even more affordable for families to get out on the hill all season.
Passholders are encouraged to purchase before April 12, 2015 as the price points and all applicable incentives will expire once the spring pricing period comes to end.
Blue Mountain currently has an average base of 150cm across all of its 42 runs. While many Ontario ski hills close their doors following March Break, Blue Mountain promises to remain open for as long as conditions allow. Guests who purchase their Season Pass before April 12 will receive discounted access to Blue following March 23, with lift tickets priced at $15.