Season Pass
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jimmy
April 17, 2007
Member since 03/5/2004 🔗
2,650 posts
Who's getting one where?

Just got an email from snowshoe, their season pass goes from $399 to 449 may first. Any other resorts set their prices yet?
rmcva
April 17, 2007
Member since 01/28/2004 🔗
187 posts
Got it - Snowshoe
crunchy
April 17, 2007
Member since 02/22/2007 🔗
596 posts
ill be getting one for Tline, as soon as they update their summer site with the new 07-08 offer. last year the early bird offer was $463 (regular $597)
fishnski
April 17, 2007
Member since 03/27/2005 🔗
3,530 posts
Snowshoe is cheaper than TL??@!?
crunchy
April 17, 2007
Member since 02/22/2007 🔗
596 posts
yeah weird man! i guess you pay extra for the old-school charm and atmosphere they have hopefully they will use the extra dollars on a high-speed quad
jimmy
April 17, 2007
Member since 03/5/2004 🔗
2,650 posts
They were $360 before May 31st last year. Be nice if they didn't go up this year,
crunchy
April 17, 2007
Member since 02/22/2007 🔗
596 posts
sweet, thanks jimmy! you are right, its listed on the old application as $360 before 5/31 like you said. the prices i quoted were from june 1 - 31 last year. They still haven't posted the prices for this year, but ill be geting one still for damn sure.
fishnski
April 17, 2007
Member since 03/27/2005 🔗
3,530 posts
Waiitttt a minute..I'm Confused..are you saying TL was $360 last year Jimmi? WTF is going on? Crunchy R U CKing out the Timberline in Oregon's website? Why didn't you elaborate on the subject Jimmi? Signed...getting S-faced in the Carolinas
tromano
April 17, 2007
Member since 12/19/2002 🔗
998 posts
Probably snowbird.
skier219
April 17, 2007
Member since 01/8/2005 🔗
1,318 posts
For $280, the Snowshoe midweek pass would be a nice deal but I don't get up there for day trips more than 2-3 times a season (4.5hr drive each way). All other times, we get lift tickets as part of a lodging package anyway.

The combination of proximity and a season pass that has been $150-200 in the last couple years makes Wintergreen the best deal for me, as I can easily make day trips there every week. And, I get a lot of skiing in when I go, perhaps 40-50 runs a day. So it continues to be a great value.
DWW
April 18, 2007
Member since 03/11/2004 🔗
144 posts
The midweek plus season pass at SS ($279) is very interesting because it includes unlimited use of Silver Creek (including weekends and holidays).
kwillg6
April 18, 2007
Member since 01/18/2005 🔗
2,030 posts
definetly a t-line pass and with what Denis said maybe the shoe. I don't mind skiing the shoe midweek and the creek on weekends. There's never a crowd at the creek and their blacks are longer/wider with the exception of cupp and shays. It's a hour 1/2 from my place in the valley.....If I do, it would be a committment to get more mid-week turns, which I've been promising myself for too long now. Then again, there's wisp which is a good mountain as well and is only just over an hour from the valley.
David
April 18, 2007
Member since 06/28/2004 🔗
2,444 posts
Quote:

Then again, there's wisp which is a good mountain as well and is only just over an hour from the valley.




Go with the Shoe. After two or three trips to Wisp in a year I get tired of being there. I don't care for very many of their trails and also for the lack of vert. Plus you could get the pass for Snowshoe and still head to Wisp on Wednesdays for less than $20 for a lift ticket.
crunchy
April 18, 2007
Member since 02/22/2007 🔗
596 posts
i got an email witht he Tline prices and order form today. price went up $11 from last year.. not too bad.

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