Snowbasin, UT – March 18, 2017 – Snowbasin Resort is offering free skiing and snowboarding through the remainder of the 2016-2017 winter season with the purchase of any 2017-2018 season pass. Passes are now available for purchase at www.snowbasin.com
By purchasing next year’s season pass this spring, Snowbasin Resort skiers and snowboarders lock in the best rates. Adult 2017-18 season passes start at only $419 and the lowest available pricing is valid through April 16, 2017.
“We are currently having our largest winter in 38 years with 32.5 feet this season and with a month left of skiing and snowboarding, it’s bound to be an awesome spring,” commented Megan Collins, Communications Manager for Snowbasin Resort. “Purchasing a Snowbasin Resort season pass this spring offers you the best value and time to enjoy the slopes the rest of this season as well as next season.”
Snowbasin Resort currently offers the 2017-18 Premier Season Pass for Adults (ages 27-64) for $719; Young Adults (ages 19-26) for $479; Teens (ages 13-18) for $319; Youth (ages 7-12) for $219 and Seniors (ages 65-74) for $499. The 2017-18 Premier Season Pass is available for active and retired military members for $489.
All 2017-18 Premier Season Passes offer unlimited skiing and snowboarding with no blackout dates. Additional pass holder perks include 50% off all 15 other Mountain Collective Destinations including Alta, Snowbird, Jackson Hole and Aspen Snowmass, 2017 summer gondola access, 5 days at Sun Valley in Idaho and more.
Adult Value Passes are also available for 2017-18 for $519 as well as a Midweek Pass for $419 and only have 13 blackout dates. The 2017-18 Super Senior Value Pass (ages 75+) is on sale for $49 and the Child Value Pass (ages 6 and under) is $10.
For a complete listing of 2017-18 Season Passes and their perks, visit www.snowbasin.com.
After careful monitoring of the ever evolving environment around COVID-19, and following guidance from local and national health organizations, Sun Valley and Snowbasin Resorts have decided to close for the remainder of the 2019-20 winter season, effective March 16, 2020. This decision has been made proactively for the safety and interest of our employees, guests and communities.Read More