Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Ski passes are now available

Some winter passes discounted through July 16


By TREVOR SCHUBERT
Express Staff Writer

As we approach June 22, when the days begin to shorten and skiing fanatics begin the countdown to winter, Sun Valley Co. has announced that winter ski passes are now on sale at the lowest prices of the season.

Through July 16, alpine skiers, Nordic skiers and boarders can purchase the 2007-2008 winter season passes online at a discount.

For mountaineers who find that Bald Mountain and balmy conditions go well together, all adult alpine and both 20/20 passes come with a special added bonus¾a free 2007 summer season pass. The summer season for lift operation on Baldy opens Saturday, June 23, for passengers and July 1 for mountain bikes.

The online offer applies to the following winter passes:

Adult alpine season pass: Online price $1,850, plus summer pass (regular $1,990).

20/20 unlimited pass: Online price $1,250, plus summer pass (regular $1,300).

20/20 Pass: Online price $800, plus summer pass (regular $900).

Sun Valley alpine/Nordic pass: Online price $2,000 , plus summer pass (regular $2,140).

Alpine/Sun Valley Nordic & North Valley combined season pass: Online price $2,100, plus summer pass (regular $2,300).

Sun Valley Nordic/North Valley combined season pass: Online price $335 (regular $375).

Sun Valley adult Nordic: Online price $200 (regular $220).

This summer, lifts up Bald Mountain cost $15 for adults and $7 for children 12 and under. A summer season pass costs $250.

For additional information, call Sun Valley Co. at 622-6136 or (800) 894-9931.




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