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post #81 of 91 (permalink) Old 03-25-2013, 10:04 PM
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Never thought to add it up till this thread live in kansas travel to summit county usually with one other buddy.

pass 500
gas 500
hotel 500
food 500
new board 300
total prob a lil over 2.5k if i added lil shit
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thats three trips and im frugel

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Probably around 3k, hotel and pass are major items
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I'm refusing to do the math. The local mountain where I have my $199 free weekday pass is about 210 miles round trip. I did like 15 days there. My car only takes super which is abour $4.20/gal. So maybe $45 on gas each trip depending on how fast I drive. Not to mention food or dinner afterwards.

I went to utah for around 375. Brighton, Snowbird and Park City. Forgot how much more lift tickets were out on the big mountains. Didnt even do the math for the drinking and eating at the resorts.

Did a trip to Tahoe and rode Heavenly for 4 days but only paid $350 for those 4 tickets. But it was a short notice trip and the airfare was a bit pricey. So total spent was a little over 2k with food,hotel,car rental, airfare etc...

It's exponentially cheaper when you live near a real mountain....makes me so jelly of you other guys. And I only did 17 days so far.

But, it's so worth it. Once the snow is gone I'm sad all over again and hope for next season.
How'd you get to Utah for $375? How long were you there?
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Got my season pass for $249.00 for next yr and its already paid for itself in full so other than gas I will be riding for free
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Got my season pass for $249.00 for next yr and its already paid for itself in full so other than gas I will be riding for free
I get a season's pass to a local mountain for $275. My insurance company gives me a Health Benefit kickback for $200. So I literally spend $75 on it.

The kicker is that it gives me 50% of on a bunch of mountains in VT (Okemo, Jay Peake etc).
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just did some division...it cost me $6.71 per day for my season pass this winter...
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just did some division...it cost me $6.71 per day for my season pass this winter...
When you work it out that way, it's awesome.

I bought a spring pass at Killington for $200. All you can ski after March 15. Normally an ok deal, but this year it's been fantastic. I'm at $25 per day and hope to get below $15.
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just did some division...it cost me $6.71 per day for my season pass this winter...
I got mine down to about 20 bucks per day and I also rode 15 days at other hills
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On trips alone this season, I must have spent around $3000-$3500. Heavenly, Brian Head, Heavenly/Northstar, and Breckenridge ate up my wallet... but I wouldn't have it any other way!
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