Attitash & Wildcat 2015/2016 Season Passes On Sale Including New $189 Goggle Tan Spring Pass

 

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Bartlett & Pinkham Notch, NHAttitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain announced early season pass rates for the 2015/2016 season and have also introduced a new Goggle Tan Granite Spring Pass valid for use any day for the remainder of the 2014/2015 season. For just $189 (all ages), and limited number available, the new Goggle Tan Spring Pass is valid for use at Attitash, Wildcat and Crotched Mountain ski areas for the remainder of this season. Attitash and Wildcat are also letting new Goggle Tan Spring Pass holders upgrade their pass on or before June 1, 2015 and apply the $189 amount toward the purchase of a 2015/2016 season pass.

“Think of it as a ‘try before you buy’ offer,” said Attitash and Wildcat Director of Marketing Thomas Prindle. “The new Goggle Tan Spring Pass is a great deal for anyone to be skiing and riding any day for the rest of the season. As good as conditions are and knowing March has the potential to deliver a good portion of our annual season snowfall, this deal is hard to beat for the new pass holder since we’re allowing them to upgrade and apply the $189 amount toward next year’s 2015/2016 season pass if they should want to before June 1.” With many on-snow and outdoor live music events scheduled at both mountains this spring, Attitash Mountain Resort is set to be open until Sunday, April 5. Wildcat Mountain is projecting to be operating lift-serviced skiing and riding until Sunday, May 3 and wants to be the last ski area in New Hampshire open for an eighth season in-a-row. Having been the first in the state to open, the current season is set to be one of Wildcat’s longest ever.

For next year’s 2015/2016 season passes, the early rate for an Adult Granite Pass for age 30-64 if purchased on or before June 1 is only $659 with no blackout dates and is valid for use at Attitash, Wildcat and Crotched Mountain, including “Midnight Madness” night skiing dates at Crotched when they stay open until 3 a.m. Granite passes for other age categories include Junior/Young Adult age 6-18 ($429), Senior age 65-79 ($579), Super Senior age 80+ ($50) and last season’s newly introduced category for age 19-29 ($429). Rates, information, and additional new bonuses and benefits for all season passes, including Classic ($539), Midweek ($349), Military ($369) and the Live Ski & Ride College Pass ($329), can be seen and purchased directly online at attitash.com or skiwildcat.com. All new pass holders who purchase a pass now can ski and ride the remainder of this 2014/2015 season for free and there is an incentive for all renewing pass holders too.

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Attitash Mountain Resort, located in the Mount Washington Valley, celebrated its 50th Anniversary during the 2014/15 ski season, having first opened for skiing on January 26, 1965. Offering two distinct mountains, Attitash and Bear Peak, it is known for its signature terrain parks, ski school and children’s programs, terrain for all abilities, après entertainment, family value, and quality slopeside accommodations featuring the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel. For further information, please visit http://www.attitash.com or call 1-800-223 SNOW.

Wildcat Mountain is home to New Hampshire’s most powerful quad summit chair lift and is renowned for its high summit elevation over 4,000 feet and greater than 2,100 vertical feet of skiing and riding. The original Wildcat Mountain is home to New Hampshire’s longest ski trail and is renowned for its high summit elevation over 4,000 feet and greater than 2,100 vertical feet of skiing and riding. Wildcat’s elevation and proximity to Mt. Washington contributes greater natural snowfall and a long winter/spring season annually. Wildcat Mountain has consistently been rated #1 scenery by readers of SKI Magazine. For further information, please visit http://www.skiwildcat.com or call 1-888-SKI WILD.

 

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