Smaller areas like Monarch, which had a record season last winter, are making headway against the monopolistic practices of the big players by offering combo tickets
By Summit Voice
Some of Colorado’s friendliest and family oriented resorts have teamed up to offer multi-area passes this season.
The best prices are often available for people willing to buy early, including a $199 season pass for Ski Cooper with a Sept. 30 deadline. The Ski Cooper Pass also includes unrestricted days at Powderhorn, Sunlight, and several out-of-state resorts. The pass can be purchased by mail or online at www.skicooper.com.
In addition to unlimited skiing at Powderhorn, Powderhorn’s season pass provides three free ski days at Purgatory at Durango Mountain Resort, Monarch Mountain, and Ski Cooper; unlimited half-price lift tickets at Crested Butte, and a 10 percent discount on lessons, rentals, and merchandise at the resort. More information and lift ticket prices are available at www.powderhorn.com.
The rest of the deals after the break … (more…)
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