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Arapahoe Basin

Colorado Deal

The brand new Colorado Deal was announced August 30, and allows vacationers to ski a total of 10 days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin. While a casual observer might see this pass as a lesser version of the Colorado Pass, it actually makes it easier for out-of-staters to enjoy Colorado's finest resorts. Whereas the Colorado Pass can only be found for a few weeks in September at select Colorado ski shops, this new deal can be purchased online or at any of the participating resorts' ticket offices until January 31.

Cost:

$299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)

Restrictions:

cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001

Deadline:

January 31, 2001

Contact:

303-504-5870

www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

A-Basin Bonus Pass
This pass features unlimited skiing at A-Basin for the 2000-2001 ski season. Also includes 5 non-transferable lift tickets valid at Keystone or Breckenridge. One can be used at Vail or Beaver Creek.
Cost: $199
Restrictions: none
Deadline: while supplies last
Contact: 888-ARAPAHOE
www.arapahoebasin.com/tickets

A-Basin Only Pass
This pass is good for unlimited skiing at A-Basin for the entire 2000-2001 ski season.
Cost: $149
Restrictions: none
Deadline: while supplies last
Contact: 888-ARAPAHOE
www.arapahoebasin.com/tickets

Beaver Creek Resort
Colorado Deal
The brand new Colorado Deal was announced August 30, and allows vacationers to ski a total of 10 days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin. While a casual observer might see this pass as a lesser version of the Colorado Pass, it actually makes it easier for out-of-staters to enjoy Colorado's finest resorts. Whereas the Colorado Pass can only be found for a few weeks in September at select Colorado ski shops, this new deal can be purchased online or at any of the participating resorts' ticket offices until January 31.
Cost: $299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)
Restrictions: cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001
Deadline: January 31, 2001
Contact: 303-504-5870
www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

Berthoud Pass
Berthoud Anytime Pass
Ski Berthoud Pass, the little resort that boasts lots of powder, with an all season pass for only $450.
Cost: $450 (all ages)
Restrictions: none
Deadline: none
Contact: 1-800-757-7669
http://www.berthoudpass.com/Features/rates.html

Breckenridge Ski Resort
Corado Deal
The brand new Colorado Deal was announced August 30, and allows vacationers to ski a total of 10 days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin. While a casual observer might see this pass as a lesser version of the Colorado Pass, it actually makes it easier for out-of-staters to enjoy Colorado's finest resorts. Whereas the Colorado Pass can only be found for a few weeks in September at select Colorado ski shops, this new deal can be purchased online or at any of the participating resorts' ticket offices until January 31.
Cost: $299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)
Restrictions: cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001
Deadline: January 31, 2001
Contact: 303-504-5870
www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

Copper Mountain
Adult, Hooky, Teen, and Child Passes
The New Village at Copper is up and running, which makes these pass deals even more worthwhile. With an all-season pass for $239, a weekday or teen pass for $209, and a child pass for only $109, the folks at Copper are doing their best to make this season a great one. Buy now, because prices rise significantly on November 19.
Cost: $239 (Adult Pass: all-season); $209 (Hooky Pass: Monday-Friday); $209 (Teen Pass: Ages 14-18); $109 (Child Pass: 6-13)
Restrictions: none
Deadline: must be purchased before November 19
Contact: 800-458-8386 ext. 2
http://passes.ski-copper.com/cgi-bin/copper/guest/passes/index.jsp

Eldora Mountain Resort
Unlimited Season Pass
Eldora Mountain's offering some great passes, and the Unlimited Pass is just one example.
Cost: $475 (ages 19+), $299 (full-time college student), $249 (ages 13-18), $199 (ages 6-12), $299 (ages 65-69), $25 (ages 5 & under & 70+).
Restrictions: none
Deadline: none
Contact: 888-2eldora
http://secure.earthnet.net/eldora/seasonpassdetails.htm

Midweek Pass
This Midweek Pass, valid Monday through Friday non-holiday, is a great pass for those lucky enough to be able to hit the slopes during the week.
Cost: $149 (all ages)
Restrictions: not valid Dec. 23, 2000-Jan. 1, 2001; Jan. 15, 2001; or Feb. 19, 2001.
Deadline: none
Contact: 888-2eldora
http://secure.earthnet.net/eldora/seasonpassdetails.htm

Midweek Plus Pass
Perhaps the best deal at Eldora is the Midweek Plus Pass, offering skiing seven days a week before Dec. 23 and after March 12, otherwise skiing Monday through Friday non-holiday.
Cost: $199 (all ages)
Restrictions: not valid Dec. 23, 2000-Jan. 1, 2001; Jan. 15, 2001; or Feb. 19, 2001.
Deadline: none
Contact: 888-2eldora
http://secure.earthnet.net/eldora/seasonpassdetails.htm

Keystone Resort
Colorado Deal
The brand new Colorado Deal was announced August 30, and allows vacationers to ski a total of 10 days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin. While a casual observer might see this pass as a lesser version of the Colorado Pass, it actually makes it easier for out-of-staters to enjoy Colorado's finest resorts. Whereas the Colorado Pass can only be found for a few weeks in September at select Colorado ski shops, this new deal can be purchased online or at any of the participating resorts' ticket offices until January 31.
Cost: $299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)
Restrictions: cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001
Deadline: January 31, 2001
Contact: 303-504-5870
www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

Loveland Ski Area
Loveland Anytime Pass
With this pass you'll have access to a resort boasting one of the longest seasons in the country (about 200 days) as well as the highest lift-serviceable terrain in the Northern Hemisphere. 1999-2000 Loveland Season Pass andLoveland Pass discount cardholders are eligible to receive 10% off these already low prices. And, by the way, Loveland was the first resort in Colorado to open this season and is already offering four open trails for your skiing pleasure.
Cost: $349 (ages 23-69), $275 (ages 15-22), $100 (ages 6-14)
Restrictions: none
Deadline:none
Contact: 800-736-3754
http://www.skiloveland.com/ticket/2001/seasonpass.htm

Ski Cooper
Anytime Pass
Ski Cooper's Anytime Pass is a great deal for anybody, of any age.
Cost: $99 (ages 15-69), $49 (ages 6-14), $5 (ages 5 & under & 70+).
Restrictions: none
Deadline: After Sept. 4 prices increase to $180 (ages 15-59) and $149 (ages 60-69); after Oct. 1 prices increase to $290 (ages 15-59), $150 (ages 6-14), and $180 (ages 60-69).
Contact: 719-486-2277
http://www.skicooper.com/rates.html

Vail Mountain
Colorado Deal
The brand new Colorado Deal was announced August 30, and allows vacationers to ski a total of 10 days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin. While a casual observer might see this pass as a lesser version of the Colorado Pass, it actually makes it easier for out-of-staters to enjoy Colorado's finest resorts. Whereas the Colorado Pass can only be found for a few weeks in September at select Colorado ski shops, this new deal can be purchased online or at any of the participating resorts' ticket offices until January 31.
Cost: $299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)
Restrictions: cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001
Deadline: January 31, 2001
Contact: 303-504-5870
www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

If you know of any other great pass deals in Colorado, please e-mail them to us at: Cost: $299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)
Restrictions: cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001
Deadline: January 31, 2001
Contact: 303-504-5870
www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

Loveland Ski Area
Loveland Anytime Pass
With this pass you'll have access to a resort boasting one of the longest seasons in the country (about 200 days) as well as the highest lift-serviceable terrain in the Northern Hemisphere. 1999-2000 Loveland Season Pass andLoveland Pass discount cardholders are eligible to receive 10% off these already low prices. And, by the way, Loveland was the first resort in Colorado to open this season and is already offering four open trails for your skiing pleasure.
Cost: $349 (ages 23-69), $275 (ages 15-22), $100 (ages 6-14)
Restrictions: none
Deadline:none
Contact: 800-736-3754
http://www.skiloveland.com/ticket/2001/seasonpass.htm

Ski Cooper
Anytime Pass
Ski Cooper's Anytime Pass is a great deal for anybody, of any age.
Cost: $99 (ages 15-69), $49 (ages 6-14), $5 (ages 5 & under & 70+).
Restrictions: none
Deadline: After Sept. 4 prices increase to $180 (ages 15-59) and $149 (ages 60-69); after Oct. 1 prices increase to $290 (ages 15-59), $150 (ages 6-14), and $180 (ages 60-69).
Contact: 719-486-2277
http://www.skicooper.com/rates.html

Vail Mountain
Colorado Deal
The brand new Colorado Deal was announced August 30, and allows vacationers to ski a total of 10 days at Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, or Arapahoe Basin. While a casual observer might see this pass as a lesser version of the Colorado Pass, it actually makes it easier for out-of-staters to enjoy Colorado's finest resorts. Whereas the Colorado Pass can only be found for a few weeks in September at select Colorado ski shops, this new deal can be purchased online or at any of the participating resorts' ticket offices until January 31.
Cost: $299 (ages 13+), $149 (ages 5-12)
Restrictions: cannot be used from Dec. 23, 2000 to Jan. 6, 2001; at least one ticket must be used prior to Jan. 31, 2001
Deadline: January 31, 2001
Contact: 303-504-5870
www.snow.com

Bargain Five Resort Senior Pass
Though Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin will begin to charge senior skiers and snowboarders for lift tickets this season, the Five Resort Senior Pass will take the sting out of this change in pricing. It provides guests 70 and over with unlimited skiing at all five resorts for just $99.
Cost: $99
Restrictions: must be age 70 or over
Deadline: none
Contact: 303-504-5870

If you know of any other great pass deals in Colorado, please e-mail them to us at: editors@skiingmag.com.ngmag.com>editors@skiingmag.com.