Season Pass Prices Set To Increase

Lift TicketsWith the ski areas beginning to shut down their mountain biking operations for the season, that can mean only one thing. Say good bye to Summer and get ready for Fall.

Not coincidentally, the skiing and snowboarding season passes have started to increase in price. Last week Snowbird upped their prices and so will many others as September winds down.

However, bucking this trend is The Legend, Arapahoe Basin, who just came out with a Double Down 2 season pass for $499, which is valid for both the 2012-13 and the 2013-14 skiing and riding seasons.

Joining A-Basin is Mt. Rose, which has Lake Tahoe’s highest base elevation, who announced “The Never Again – September Sale“, which for $299 allows you un-restricted boarding and skiing for the whole 2012-13 season. On October 1, the pass jumps back to $377.

Many areas listed below have already had at least one price increase prior to the scheduled increase after the dates listed below.

Ski areas whose deadline is approaching before prices rise: