Huge Lift Ticket Discounts at Copper Mountain

Natives of Colorado know where the best ski areas are in the state and Copper Mountain is definitely one of them. Copper Mountain is a quintessential Colorado ski area spanning 2,465 skiable acres, more than 2,600 feet in vertical and boasting more than 125 named trails. 21% of the mountain is great for beginners and younger skiers, 25% intermediate, 35% advanced and 18% advanced. There are also tons of activities off the slopes including tubing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ice skating, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, dog sledding, an athletic club, and several spas. Not to mention tons of great shopping, dining and après ski spots that guarantee an awesome time off the slopes as well as on them. The resort is only 75 miles from Denver, Colorado and visitors love its convenient location, warm atmosphere and challenging terrain.

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Mt. Abram, Maine Offers Big Savings on Thursday and Friday

The mountain at Mt. Abram is a wonderful place for first-timers as well as more seasoned skiers and riders. In total, there are more than 550 acres of terrain, 1,050 feet of vertical, 5 lifts and over 40 trails to explore. The runs are varied and there is plenty of terrain to suit all ability levels, 28% of the mountain is great for beginners, 48% is suitable for intermediate levels and 24% is ideal for advanced skiers and riders. Snowboarders and freestyle skiers love the jib park, as well as spectator-friendly Freestyle Park, which houses tons of hits and natural features suitable for intermediate and advanced riders.

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Ski Salt Lake and Save!

The Ski Salt Lake passes offer skiers and riders the flexibility to choose from a variety of pass choices which ensures that customers get the most bang for their buck. Choose from full-day passes, multi-day passes, and season passes that can be redeemed at Alta, Brighton, Snowbird or Solitude. There are no blackout dates and the passes are valid at any time during the 2011-2012 season. In addition to huge savings on lift tickets, pass holders are also entitled to free transportation to and from resorts via the UTA Ski Bus and Trax Lightrail, as well as 20% off equipment rental packages at participating sports shops. It’s a great deal and an even better way to experience four of Utah’s best resorts.

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30% Off Winter Park Lift Tickets!

Winter Park is one of those special resorts that has been loved by generations of Colorado families. Winter Park Resort is the oldest continually operated resort in Colorado and the 2011/2012 season marks its 72nd season. They have a great mix of terrain for all ability levels. They have a competition center that has several innovative programs. They receive tons of great snow, have great views from the top, a wonderful and friendly staff, as well as a lot of great places to dine and enjoy an après ski cocktail. Those are just a few of the reasons why people keep coming back year after year. Now, enjoy 30% off lift tickets when you buy them online, 72 hours in advance.

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Smugglers’ Notch Update


Smugglers’ Notch, or  as the locals call it, Smuggs, has been working diligently to prepare for another great ski and ride season in Vermont. They have several exciting new developments for the 2011/2012 season including a brand new children’s terrain park, longer group lessons, and more options for value-packed vacation packages.

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Mt. Shasta Update


Mt. Shasta Ski Park is a stunning resort located atop a massive dormant volcano in Northern California. It’s one of the nation’s youngest resorts, although its history as a ski area dates back to 1959, the resort opened for the first time as Mt. Shasta Ski Park in 1985. Mt. Shasta has worked incredibly hard to become the premiere resort that it is today, and this year is no exception.

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Plattekill Mountain Update


Plattekill Mountain in New York is widely regarded as some of the best skiing and riding in the Catskills. They have implemented a ton of new improvements and features at the resort for the 2011/2012 season that are sure to get visitors amped to get on the mountain this year. They have purchased 16 new snowguns and have improved water capacity for longer sustained snowmaking, which will help to improve conditions atop the mountain.

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