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    Post NH Areas Debut the Mini-MIX Pass

    I know that folks have said that they want a Mountain Collective Pass option for New England, and it sounds like three smaller NH areas are doing this. Granted, most aren't going to be thrilled, but it is a step in the right direction. This $199 pass gets the holder 2 day tickets and one tubing pass at each of these areas: King Pine, Pats Peak, and McIntyre. No blackouts or surcharges.

    http://www.saminfo.com/news/new-pass...east-announced

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    That's depressing. What's the combined vertical of those mountains? 1400ft?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post


    That's depressing. What's the combined vertical of those mountains? 1400ft?
    Something like that. I admitted that this is a small step.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Something like that. I admitted that this is a small step.
    It's more like they've got their leg lifted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    It's more like they've got their leg lifted.
    Maybe. IIRC there was a similar deal last year between pass holders at several non-chain ski areas that included some of these folks. This however is much smaller.


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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    I know that folks have said that they want a Mountain Collective Pass option for New England, and it sounds like three smaller NH areas are doing this. Granted, most aren't going to be thrilled, but it is a step in the right direction. This $199 pass gets the holder 2 day tickets and one tubing pass at each of these areas: King Pine, Pats Peak, and McIntyre. No blackouts or surcharges.

    http://www.saminfo.com/news/new-pass...east-announced
    Haters guna hate. This is a good thing.


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    We here on AZ are generally about vertical and extremes much of the time. This is not for you! This pass is a good idea mostly for those who are starting out. For most of us - yes not a very good option but as mentioned earlier a good start.
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    Great start! $33 dollars a day or so, even at those places, is a steal!

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    is is more of a collective pass. Cannon Mountain, Bretton Woods, Waterville Valley and Cranmore.
    http://www.cannonmt.com/superpass.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIKSKIER View Post
    is is more of a collective pass. Cannon Mountain, Bretton Woods, Waterville Valley and Cranmore.
    http://www.cannonmt.com/superpass.html
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