Unlimited Pass Valid Current Winter and All Next Season For $199

SNOWSHOE, West Virginia – (February 19, 2013) – Snowshoe Mountain (www.snowshoemtn.com), the #1 ski resort in the Mid-Atlantic, announced the limited-time sale of “The Ridiculous Pass” starting today. For just $199 skiers and snowboarders get unlimited skiing and riding for the balance of the 2012/2013 winter season (the mountain is open through March 31, 2013) and all of the 2013-2014 ski season.

“Here at Snowshoe we’re committed to making outdoor winter fun accessible to all,” explains Dave Dekema, marketing director, Snowshoe Mountain. “The Ridiculous Pass backs that up with our best early pass deal ever. You get a solid month of skiing this season plus all of next winter, with no blackout dates, for the price of what you might otherwise spend over a long weekend. It’s too good to pass up—the value is ridiculous.”

The Ridiculous Pass is valid for skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels, affinity and age groups- adults, students, seniors, military, children and teenagers. Children, ages 6 and under, and seniors, ages 75 and over, ski free next season. The sale runs just ten days, February 19 through February 28. In comparison, the full retail price of an unrestricted 2012/2013 adult season pass at Snowshoe is $579.

Snowshoe Mountain is currently enjoying one of its best winter seasons in years, as big storms allowed the resort to open early in November. The resort’s conditions are strong as three feet of new snow has fallen in February. The resort now has 12 lifts and 57 trails open—most in the region—making for great conditions for the remainder of this year’s ski season.

For more details about Snowshoe Mountain Resort Ridiculous Pass Sale, packages, lodging information and reservations visit www.snowshoemtn.com or call 877-441-4386.

Media Contact:

Krysty Ronchetti

Public Relations Rep

Snowshoe Mountain Resort


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About Snowshoe Mountain Resort

Snowshoe Mountain is the perfect year round destination for adventure filled vacations in West Virginia. Snowshoe covers a total area of 11,000 acres in the Appalachian Mountain Range, and includes the second highest point in the state at 4,848’ elevation. Snowshoe was named #1 Overall Ski Resort and #1 for Nightlife in the Southeast by OnTheSnow.com in 2012. In addition to terrific outdoor winter recreation, Snowshoe offers extensive lodging options, fully developed mountain biking trails, a popular golf course designed by Gary Player, wedding and convention areas, and a wide variety of summer outdoor activities. Snowshoe Mountain Resort is part of the family of Intrawest Resorts.

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