Cataloochee Announces 2018-19 Season Pass Prices

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Cataloochee Ski Area has announced their 2018-2019 season passes and seasonal equipment rates. If you live in the Maggie Valley area, pay attention to these great rates.

Ski or ride everyday (with the exception of the Thanksgiving holiday period until December 14) with a Cataloochee season pass. Unlimited passes are good everyday and Limited and Weekday/Night Passes will be valid for their regular dates of use after December 14, 2018.

If you have a pass to any other area, you’ll receive $10 off either your lift ticket or a season pass. Current pass must be present to get your discount.

Click here to purchase!

If you were not a pass holder this previous season, bring your receipt to the ski area anytime during business hours beginning November 1, 2018. We’ll take your picture and print your pass at that time.

Download and fill out your Season Pass Waiver here. Print, fill out required fields, and turn it in when you pick up your pass at Cataloochee. It truly is that simple.

If you visit the mountain on a regular basis, a season pass is the only way to go. Not having to wait in line for lift tickets means more time playing in the snow!

Cataloochee 2018-2019 Season Pass Pricing

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You’ll be smiling all the way to the top with your season pass! Image courtesy of Cataloochee Ski Area. Image courtesy of Cataloochee Ski Area.

Did you know that you can upgrade your lift ticket at the end of any skiing day? The price of your lift ticket will be taken off your pass price. Pass must be purchased on the day of the lift ticket purchase.

Stay tuned for news, updates, and announcements about the 2018-2019 Cataloochee Ski Area!

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