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What is even more confusing is that no where else, including the MCP website, mentions this. It'll be interesting to see who ends up offering it. Since it goes on sale March 12th, I suspect we will find out more then.
Definitely not fake news, but still confusing that only Highlands is offering it out of any resort I've seen. The fact that Boyne has announced it for Highlands and not for any of its NE resorts makes me think it won't make its way here.
However, other mountains that have yet to release season passes might be planning on offering it.
was pissed about no maxpass next year.
after thinking long and hard, i think i will buy the base pass for my family of three.
already thinking about where to hit out west next season.
It would be great if Alterra purchased Jay/Burke. Adding unlimited days at those two mountains, in addition to 7 days at sugarbush, 7 at sugarloaf and 7 at killington would make buying this pass a no brainer for me.
While it is not as good as Max for sure, I agree that it can still make financial sense once you put the disappointment of losing max behind.
Even one western trip plus 4 or 5 weekends in the east brings the price down to under $60 per day (which is a lot less than buying lift tickets).
If Alterra were to buy Jay, I think you would see reduced offerings in the east on the Ikon next year. Just a hunch, but they would have Stratton Jay Tremblant. Pretty good coverage, why revenue share at that point with Powdr/Boyne?It would be great if Alterra purchased Jay/Burke. Adding unlimited days at those two mountains, in addition to 7 days at sugarbush, 7 at sugarloaf and 7 at killington would make buying this pass a no brainer for me.