Pennsylvania’s Whitetail Ski Resort has finalized season pass pricing for the upcoming winter season, keeping prices in line with previous years, and actually lowering the prices on some passes. Pre-season discounts are also available.
Evening and midweek skiers will be pleased with price reductions. A midweek pass, valid any non-holiday weekday and any evening the resort is open, will sell for $235 if purchased prior to July 30. Full-time students (age 7-22) or seniors (age 65-69) can purchase a midweek pass for $205 prior to July 30. An evening pass, valid every evening the resort is open from 5-10 p.m., is $130 prior to July 30.
A traditional, unlimited season pass will sell for $430 if purchased prior to July 30. Discounts are available for additional family members. Whitetail will also offer a season pass to anyone under 7 or over 70 for a processing fee of $15.
After July 30, prices will rise. A smaller discount will be offered until October 30, when regular season pass pricing will go into effect.
Season passholders are entitled to several benefits, including a 15% discount off all retail purchases in the Whitetail Sports Shop, and $5 off group or private lessons and rental equipment. Passholders receive one voucher, redeemable for a free lift ticket. Winter season passholders will also receive discounts next summer, including 50% off mountain biking lift and trail passes, $5 off mountain bike rental, and 50% off one-day fly fishing clinics and scenic chairlift rides.
For more information on season passes at Whitetail, contact the resort at (717) 328-9400, extension 317.
M. Scott Smith is the founder and Editor of DCSki. Scott loves outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, kayaking, skiing, and mountain biking. He is an avid photographer and writer.
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