Sugarbush Resort Launches 2013-2014 Season Pass Sales

08/21/2013

Sugarbush Resort Launches 2013-2014 Season Pass Sales

SUGARBUSH, VT. (August 21, 2013) –Sugarbush Resort begins their fall season pass campaign today, launching sales of 2013-2014 season passes at their lowest available prices through September 12.

Sugarbush continues to offer four standard passes – the All-Mountain Pass for unlimited skiing and riding at Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen; the Mt. Ellen Pass; the Mt. Ellen Plus Pass with five days at Lincoln Peak during the season and spring skiing at Lincoln Peak after Mt. Ellen closes; and the Fancy Pass, a year-round pass to all resort activities.

Returning this year, Sugarbush and neighboring Mad River Glen offer the Threesome College Pass for only $359. With unlimited skiing and riding at Sugarbush’s Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen, and unlimited skiing at Mad River Glen, the pass offers college students affordable access to the unrivaled terrain of the three mountains of the Mad River Valley including 156 trails, 20 lifts, and multiple terrain parks. College pass purchase deadline extends through November 6th.

Sugarbush also returns with their ultra-affordable season pass option for skiers and snowboarders between the ages of 19-29. The 'For20s Pass“ provides unlimited skiing at both Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen for only $329. Purchasers of the For20s Pass can also opt to “Add Mad” for an additional $80, which gains them midweek lift access to neighboring Mad River Glen.

Sugarbush continues to offer FREE skiing and riding to kids twelve and under when a parent purchases an Adult 7 Pass (1 dependant pass per adult pass purchased). And kids six and under always ski and ride for free.

'It’s always an exciting time when we start gearing up for winter,' said Win Smith, president of Sugarbush. 'With our various pass options, including the return of our joint offerings with Mad River Glen, we're lining up to be the Northeast’s premier destination for winter adventure.”

The All Mountain Pass offers unlimited skiing and riding at Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen. Rates for the All Mountain Pass are: Adult 7 day for $1299; Adult 5 day for $569; college for $319; and youth ages 7-18 for $439.

The Mt. Ellen Pass offers unlimited skiing at Mt. Ellen, including full access to their award-winning terrain park. This pass is also valid at Lincoln Peak prior to Mt. Ellen opening. Mt. Ellen will remain open, weather permitting, through Sunday, March 31, 2014. Rates for the Mt. Ellen Pass include Adult 7 day for $569; college for $219; youth ages 7-18 for $269.
 

The Mt. Ellen Plus Pass offers all the benefits of the Mt. Ellen Pass, plus five days of skiing at Lincoln Peak during the season and spring skiing at Lincoln Peak after Mt. Ellen closes. Rates for the Mt. Ellen Plus Pass include Adult 7 day for $859 and youth ages 7-18 for $349.

The Fancy Pass offers all the access of an All Mountain Pass, with the addition of spring and summer privileges for golf, mountain biking, Health and Racquet Club access, disc golf, zipline, and the bungee trampoline. Rates for the Fancy Pass include an individual option for $3800, or a family option for $7000.

All adult 7-day passes come with built-in discounts for resort dining, lodging, and retail purchases.  Adult All Mountain 7 passes include discounts to select Valley businesses including restaurants, ski shops, lodging, and more.

Sugarbush is continuing their passholder referral program by offering 2013-14 passholders a $100 gift card for referring a new non-discounted Adult All Mountain 7- pass purchase, and a $50 gift card for referring a new non-discounted Mt. Ellen 7 or All Mountain 5 pass.

Sugarbush is located in Vermont’s Mad River Valley, a scenic four-town area in central Vermont including Waitsfield--recently named one of Outside Magazine’s “Best Towns of 2013.” Additionally, Sugarbush was just voted “Best Ski and Ride Resort” by Vermont’s Seven Days publication. And Mt. Ellen’s terrain park was named a “2012 Top five East Coast Park” by Transworld Snowboarding.

For more information, or to purchase a season pass, call 800.53.SUGAR, or visit sugarbush.com.