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Woodbury Early Season Prices

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Anyone been to Woodbury during their early season (aka right now)? Do they charge full price? Thinking of heading up tomorrow, but only if it's cheap.
 

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Still the tow and park, but that's 1/2 the mountain so...:lol:
Jokes aside, I might go tomorrow if it's not full price. Yes it's October, but 39 bucks isn't worth it for a few rails and 50 feet of vertical (if it's even that much).
 

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Still the tow and park, but that's 1/2 the mountain so...:lol:
Jokes aside, I might go tomorrow if it's not full price. Yes it's October, but 39 bucks isn't worth it for a few rails and 50 feet of vertical (if it's even that much).


I hear you. I imagine that they would not charge full sticker. I just looked on FB and their site and no info as to what the price is now...except for their standard rates. I'd call them and ask.
 

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Still the tow and park, but that's 1/2 the mountain so...:lol:
Jokes aside, I might go tomorrow if it's not full price. Yes it's October, but 39 bucks isn't worth it for a few rails and 50 feet of vertical (if it's even that much).

Did you end up going? IIRC, in years past they charged full or close to full price for their early season offering. I could be mistaken, but it was definitely more than I wanted to pay for what they have.
 

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Did you end up going? IIRC, in years past they charged full or close to full price for their early season offering. I could be mistaken, but it was definitely more than I wanted to pay for what they have.

No, I found a press release on their website (the only recent information I could find) and it said that "tickets start at 34$".

Ridiculous price for a bunny slope.
 

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FWIW Solitude (Utah) is opening this weekend with three chairlifts and a handful of trails for $39 ticket. I think Sunday River was charging like $35 for their preseason offering. So Woodbury is a bit high for a small patch of snow.
 
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