Sugarbush Resort Launches 2014/15 Season Pass Sales


Warren, VT (August 18, 2014) – Sugarbush Resort begins their fall season pass campaign today, launching sales of 2014/15 season passes at their lowest available prices through September 10.

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 offering unlimited skiing at Mt. Ellen; 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 All Resort Pass, a year-round pass to all resort activities.

New this season is the Boomer Midweek Pass – a $99 midweek non-holiday season pass for skiers and riders ages sixty-five and older. This new pass product coincides with Sugarbush president and majority owner Win Smith’s sixty-fifth birthday. Smith’s goal is to entice his generation out on the slopes with a limited season pass priced just dollars above the full-day window ticket price.

“When my AARP card came in the mail, I threw it in the trash. So did my friends,” commented Smith. “We are entering the prime years of our life. I want to invite my generation to come to Sugarbush this winter, and enjoy skiing and riding in an uncrowded, midweek environment which often has some of the best conditions.”

For the younger crowd, returning this year is the Threesome College Pass in partnership with Mad River Glen at 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. The college pass purchase deadline extends through November 5th.

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 $349. Purchasers of the For20s Pass can also opt to “Add Mad” for an additional $80, which gains them midweek lift access, holidays included, to neighboring Mad River Glen.