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Anywhere gonna release a spring pass?

snoseek

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So I took off for winter in October, went to the desert and rode mtb for a month. I haven't worked or drawn pay since October 17. With that said I need to get back early, maybe mid-late March, get the bank account back in check.

So what I'm wondering is are any of the resorts gonna release a spring pass? Has anyone done this in years past? I'm in NH so my location is somewhat central. I'd love to get a dozen days back there in that last month...maybe ticket deals would be the way to go huh?
 

ScottySkis

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Killington did 2 maybe 3 years ago, and they seem to be doing great job this year of making customers happy.
 

bdfreetuna

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I have no inside knowledge but my money's on nobody of significance releasing a "spring pass" this year.. or in the foreseeable future.

Spring is a risky season.
 

xwhaler

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Crotched typically offers a spring pass I think. Course a lot of mtns also let new pass holders buy a pass for the following yr which includes access for the current yr to ski for free. Usually this occurs early March.

If I was ever to look into a spring pass I'd make sure I went for a mtn that had a long standing reputation of trying to stay open as long as possible. Sugarloaf, K, Saddleback, Bush, Jay I think make the most sense since you at least know they will give it a go as long as possible.
 
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