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April 6, 2007
ST. LOUIS, MO – (News Release) – Peak Resorts announced its new Nor’easter season pass will be available for purchase starting Saturday, April 7.
The Nor’easter pass provides unrestricted access to all Peak Resorts northeastern ski areas: Mount Snow in Vermont, Attitash and Crotched Mountain in New Hampshire, and Jack Frost/Big Boulder in Pennsylvania.
“We’re excited to offer a product that gives northeastern skiers and snowboarders the choice of enjoying ski areas close to their home, as well as the opportunity to explore big mountain skiing at two great destination resorts,” says Peak Resorts President Tim Boyd.
The Nor’easter pass can be purchased by calling any of the participating resorts or through their Web sites:
Pricing for the Nor’easter pass for ages 6-64 is $749 through June 1, 2007. Passes can then be purchased for $849 through October 8, 2007, after which the price will be $949. State tax is applicable and not included in listed prices.
A Senior Nor’easter pass is available for people ages 65 and over. Pricing for the senior pass is $399 through June 1, then $449 through October 8, after which the price will be $499, not including state tax where applicable.
Additional benefits of the Nor’easter pass will vary by resort, but may include retail discounts and the opportunity for early lift access on selected dates.
Peak Resorts operates 11 ski areas and 2 golf courses in 6 states. Peak Resorts Inc. is committed to building an enhanced resort experience at each of their properties.