Don’t let this last winter’s lack of snow fall get you down. Next year could be a banner year and you want to make sure you get your 2016/17 season early to get the best deals. Several of the ski areas already have their best deals posted on their websites.
We will start in Northern Vermont and work our way down to the south.
Bolton Valley in Bolton Valley, VT is offering their All Access Season Pass from April 5-September 30, 2016. The pass includes unlimited alpine skiing and riding, cross country skiing and a 20% discount on rentals, retail shop purchases, group ski and ride lessons, and lodging.
Stowe Mountain Resort in Stowe, VT season passes go on sale in August and will be offering the same product offerings as the 2015/16 season. The Stowe Seven+ Season Pass (Ski or ride all season long, no blackout dates and no restrictions) and the Stowe Seven Season Pass (Good every day of the week, excluding certain holiday periods) are your best value. These pass holders receive 50% of any of the Mountain collective destinations throughout the country.
Sugarbush Resort in Warren, VT has several season passes to offer including their All Mountain 7 Pass where you can ski and ride at Lincoln Peak & Mt. Ellen offering 111 trails and 28 wooded areas. Don’t delay on any of their season passes as the prices are only effective until May 4th, 2016.
Jay Peak in Jay, VT has frozen their rates and is offering the same price as the 2015/16 season. Purchase by May 9th and you will get some extra lift tickets to share with your friends. Purchase a Judge (Jay Peak + Q Burke) Adult pass and you’ll get 3 lift tickets for the 2016+17 season valid at either Jay Peak or Q Burke. Purchase a Jay Only Adult pass and you’ll get 2 lift tickets (4 lift tickets for couples) valid for Jay Peak only through the 2016-17 season.
Burke Mountain in East Burke, VT will be including their three tiers again this year and the season pass prices have remained the same with not a single increase on all of their products. The Tier One pricing is effective until May 9th 2016, Tier 2 – May 10th-October 10, 2016 and Tier 3 – October 11, 2016 until end of season.
Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow, VT 2016/17 season passes are on now sale are go off sale on April 30, 2016 so make sure you don’t delay. If you own a Real.Easy card, you can download your new season pass directly to your card on their website. If you don’t already have card, you can buy one on their website also.
Pico Mountain in Killington, VT is offering 3 different season pass options including the My Pico, My Way pass. You will get unlimited access to the mountain all season long and when you renew your My Pico season pass you will get a $25 Beast Bucks renewal bonus! Act now because these prices are only valid until June 16, 2016.
Killington Mountain Resort in Killington, VT has 5 passes to choose from with the best one being the unlimited pass. Buy any of their passes by June 16, 2016 to receive early purchase perks including their convenient payment plan, which allows you to split the cost of your pass into 3 equal payments. A processing fee does apply.
Bromley Mountain in Peru, VT best value is their full pass. If you are planning on skiing or riding a lot this is your best bet because it allows you to ski even during holiday periods. New to the 2016/17 season is 50% off all private lessons. Buy before May 15, 2016 and you could save up to $155 on each pass that you purchase.
Stratton Mountain Resort in Bondville, VT season passes are on sale through April 22, 2016, buy before this date and you could save up to $300. Their all access passes allow you to ski every day with no blackout dates. Buy their Summit or Spirit and get reduced pricing for the entire family.
Mount Snow in West Dover, VT all season passes allow you to ski 7 northeast mountains with just 1 pass. Some restrictions do apply. The Explorer and Drifter offers no blackout dates and unlimited exploring. Hurry because this offer ends on April 30, 2016
For further information on the individual ski resorts 2016/17 season passes and restrictions visit:
Before you head to the slopes make sure you check on the current conditions on Vermont.com Snow and Ski Report.
Get your 2016/17 season passes now before it is to late!