Cranmore Mountain Offers New Hampshire’s Best Value for Season Passes and Ticket Deals This Winter
November 30th price increase for season passes approaches
NORTH CONWAY, NH
— Cranmore Mountain, long known for its value forfamily skiing, offers the best season pass prices in the region. With seasonpass prices increasing November 30th, skiers and riders areencouraged to sign up for their passes for the coming winter to keep the sportaffordable for the entire family.
Cranmore’s Happy Trails Pass
costs just $169 for kids ages 6-12 with no blackout dates. Teens ages 13-18 are just $299 and adults pay only $479 for unlimited skiing, or $319 for a pass with holiday restrictions.
Skiers and riders looking for even more variety can consider the
Threedom Pass ,now featuring Cranmore , Bretton Woods and Waterville Valley
resorts. When you add up the numbers, it’s easy to see how this 3-resort season pass delivers the most skiing and riding in New Hampshire.
The combined trail count is 195 with 12terrain parks, 893 acres of skiing and riding and 28 lifts.
All three mountains are within an hour’s drive of each other making the pass an easy choice for skiers heading up I-93or I-95 to the White Mountains .
A 2009-2010 Threedom Pass Anytime
option with no blackout dates at all three resorts is $839 for ages 19 and over skiers and riders; $499for teens (ages 13-18) and $449 for juniors (ages 6-12).
A Limited Edition Pass
will also be sold for $739 for ages 19 and over, $439 for teens and $359 for juniors. The Limited Edition pass is valid any day at Cranmore and Waterville Valley and at Mount Washington Resort’s Bretton Woods has blackout dates of12/26/2009-1/2/2010, 1/16-1/17/2010, and 2/13-2/20/2010.
A 4-NH College Anytime Pass
is offered to full time studentsand also includes Cannon Mountain. With a 4-NH College pass, students can ski and ride on over 1,060 acres of terrain with 255trails, 13 terrain parks and 37 lifts, all less then 2 1/2 hours from Boston.
Good anyday, the cost is $289.
Threedom Passes will also feature a full line up of benefits for next winter including $10 off for friends and family on weekends and holidays, night skiing and riding at Cranmore and Bretton Woods and special offers on Nordic skiing and resort lodging. Benefits vary depending on pass type and will be posted on threedompass.com.
Threedom Passholders also receive special benefits from sister resorts Northstar-at-Tahoe
Cranmore is also selling a 3-Pak, valid for any 3 days of skiing and riding for only $135. The 3-Pak can be purchased online or in person at the resort.
For people visiting the Boston Ski and Snowboard Expo Nov. 19-22, the 3-Pak will be available for sale at the show only for $99. That price is not available at the resort, or online and will expire the last day of the show, Nov. 22. The resort will also be giving away free lift tickets at the Expo valid for its Ticket Roll Back Day on Fri., Dec. 18, 2009.
Prices on all passes will go up on November 30, 2009.
For more information visit www.cranmore.com, www.threedompass.com
or call 1-800-SUN-N-SKI.
Cranmore Mountain Resort . 1 Skimobile Road PO Box 1640North Conway, NH 03860
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