Given the place is 25 minutes from my house and solidly in the medium-sized resort category for East Coast, it's a goddamn steal.
The twilight pass works great for me: Get home from work, let the dog out so he can strangle a brownie, throw the gear in the back of the car and hit the slopes. It usually pays for itself in the first two weeks of the season.
25 minutes?! FAK!! The closest mountain to me is 1.5 hours away and that's in GOOD traffic so I only get to ride on the weekends
Ouch! That's dedication. You have my sympathy.
SnowBun's got a subway ride, then a train ride and then a car ride before she gets to the nearest hill. If she wants to be there for a place to open on Sat morn, she's got to leave her place @ midnight... literally.
Congrats and I am sure I will see you up there a more then a couple times this year.
Got my twilight pass earlier so will be up there more this year. Got one for my other hill too so that one will be my daytime home this year for the most part. All in all think I paid about $450 for both. But will get my moneys worth for sure.
Yea, Sugar Mt. in Boone, NC is about 4 hours from me and season pass is $550 with discounts and that is only one mountain. A season pass that is good for all the NC mountains is $775!
Got to order my season pass for Sugar before July 1st, otherwise it goes up another $70.
I've been thinking about doing Beech instead... they added the new terrain park last year, so now they have two. The pass is also at least $50 cheaper. Sugar has seriously got to step up its terrain park game... still undecided though...