Sugarbush Resort Offers Free Spring Skiing With Purchase of 2015-2016 Season Passes


John Bleh
Sugarbush Resort

Sugarbush Resort Offers Free Spring Skiing With Purchase of 2015-2016 Season Passes

Warren, VT (March 17, 2015) – Sugarbush Resort is offering free skiing and riding from March 21st through the remainder of the 2014/15 Winter Season with the purchase of select 2015/2016 season passes. Passes will be available for purchase March 21st.

By purchasing next year’s season pass this spring, Sugarbush skiers and riders lock in the best rates. Adult 2015/2016 season passes can start as low as $329. Full details on season pass pricing are available at Lowest available pricing is valid through May 6, 2015.

“We have had a great season of skiing and riding this year at Sugarbush and are looking forward to more great days this spring,” said Win Smith, President of Sugarbush Resort. “Those that are already looking ahead to next season will net a considerable savings by purchasing their pass now.”

Sugarbush has already announced several operating improvements for next season including a new four-person Valley House lift, which will replace the current Valley House Double. The lift will run 33% faster, increase uphill capacity by 71%, and will be located closer to the base area. The resort is in the midst of permitting the project, with plans to begin early April. Sugarbush also plans on opening Mt. Ellen an hour next season. The Green Mountain Express lift will open at 8:00 AM seven days a week.

2015/16 7-day passes will include free dependent passes. Purchasing an Adult All Mountain 7 Pass comes with a free dependent All Mountain Pass for a child age 12 and under. A family of four with two kids under the age of 12 could purchase two Adult All Mountain 7 Passes and ski for just $549 per person. A Mt. Ellen 7 family of four can ski for just $264 per person, and a Mt. Ellen 7 Plus family for just $389 per person.

All Mountain 7 passes include a free 2015 Summer Season Pass that includes scenic lift rides, lift-served mountain biking and disc golf. All other 2015/16 winter passholders can add a 2015 Summer Season Pass for just $30.

Sugarbush is also returning with its popular For20s All Mountain 7 Pass and its Boomer All Mountain 5 Pass for just $329 and $99 respectively. For20s passholder’s age as of May 6, 2015 and Boomer passholder’s age as of November 1, 2015 determines age category.

All 2015/16 7 passes come with resort discounts. These include: 10% off tuning services at the Tune Shop; 10% off golf green’s fees and carts; 20% off Resort lodging; 10% off at Timbers Restaurant and Hogan’s Pub; 10% off retail at the Adventure Gear Shop, Health and Racquet Club, and Golf Shop; and 20% off various adult group lessons. Discounts apply to Summer, as well.

2015 Spring Passes are also available and include skiing and riding from March 23rd through the end of this season for only $199. While Lincoln Peak typically stays open into May (weather permitting), Mt. Ellen will be extending its operating dates to April 6, giving skiers and riders plenty of spring skiing options. The Sugarbush Ski & Ride School will also be extending its operating dates with group programs offered until April 5th and private lessons offered until April 12th.

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