Military Benefits

  • A package of benefits for members of the U.S. military, and their families, in support of their continued service to the country.
  • Active Duty Military members deployed in a combat zone and deployed Vermont Air National Guard members--as well as their spouses and dependents--are eligible to receive free All Mountain season passes to Sugarbush for the 2014-2015 season.

    Sugarbush is also offering reduced season passes and day tickets for active-duty military personnel with no deployment orders. Active duty military not currently deployed can purchase All-Mountain season passes at the discounted rate of $499. Spouses of non-deployed active duty military can purchase a season pass at a 50% discount off of normal rates. Reduced day tickets for active-duty military are also available for $49.

    Sugarbush also continues their partnership with the Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Home Base Program to host post-9/11 service members, veterans and their families for a free day of skiing and riding on January 11, 2015. Military families from Vermont and throughout New England will have the opportunity to try a new sport, connect with other military families and learn more about support services available from Home Base. Sugarbush will provide equipment (including adaptive ski gear), instructors, lift tickets and lessons for all participants. To register, go to advseries.homebase.org.

    “Military members and their families continue to make incredible sacrifices for our country. At Sugarbush, we are honored to provide these men and women and their families with benefits that enable them to enjoy our mountain,” said Sugarbush President Win Smith.

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