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Whitefish season pass prices to increase slightly

April 4, 2018 GMT

Local skiers and snowboarders will have to shell out a little more for a season pass at Whitefish Mountain Resort next winter.

An adult winter pass is priced at 560. Teen passes are 190. Children 6 and under and super seniors 70 and over ski free.

The prices are available through Sept. 30. Passholders can choose to pay in full, pay with the two-payment plan, or the installment plan.

Currently the ski area is scheduled to be open Dec. 7 through April 7, 2019.

“It’s been another year of great skiing with stellar snow conditions throughout the season, however it is our loyal season passholders who have made this season one to remember. Yet again I have to say it, Whitefish is without a doubt the best ski community in the industry,” said Nick Polumbus, director of sales and marketing for Whitefish Mountain Resort.

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“For more than 70 years Whitefish Mountain Resort has provided an idyllic setting for reconnecting with family, friends and the great outdoors. We’re pleased to continue keeping pricing reasonable for this dedicated group of passholders.”

An adult season pass was priced at 10 and 550 in 2010.

Passholders will receive discounts and benefits, including:

•Four one-day lift tickets at 51 for friends and family of college and senior season pass holders

•Five days free at Red Lodge Mountain Resort and Homewood Mountain Resort

•Four days free at Diamond Peak Ski Resort

•Three days free at Loveland Ski Area

•10 percent off dining, clothing, equipment repairs and more

•20 percent off adult semi-private lessons, junior half or full-day group lessons, and child board and play

•20 percent off lodging for friends and family

•Unlimited foot-passenger lift rides in Summer 2019 (excludes Super Senior passholders)

Prices for the resort’s Ski and Ride School programs and teams are reduced now through Sept. 30 as well.

“Once again we’ve experienced growth across the board creating a need for us to offer additional times to accommodate the demand for these programs,” said Bill Cubbage, snow sports director for Whitefish Mountain Resort. “Our community puts a great value on their winter recreation, and our goal is to provide a positive, safe and fun environment to learn and develop lifelong skills for skiers and snowboarders of all ages.”

For more information visit skiwhitefish.com or call 406-862-2900.