Eagle Point Resort sits within driving distance for residents of Utah, Arizona and California, and management at the southern Utah mountain wants to thank its customers from these states with a season-ending deal.

To do so, the resort has put up specific free skiing and snowboarding days from now until the season ends on April 15. All skiers and riders have to do is show up on the appointed days and present proof of residency in the state that is honored that day. In addition, the resort is offering $99 ski-in ski-out accommodations on these days.

On Monday, April 9, people who live in Utah get a free day on the slopes and trails. On the next weekend, April 13-15, anyone who lives in either California or Arizona gets the same deal – for all three days. A full-day adult ticket at the 600-acre mountain typically costs $50 to ride the five lifts.

For season ticket holders, the season ends with deep discounts on next season passes. First of all, each of the 2011-2012 pass holders will receive a credit toward the price of a season pass for 2012-2013 season equal to 50 percent of the price they paid for their 2011-2012 pass. For newcomers or returnees, the price for an adult pass is $319 until May 1. A teen’s pass costs $269, and a child’s pass goes for $79. Seniors pay $269, and college students and military personnel put up $149 – all good until May 1.

Eagle Point Resort broke from tradition this season and shifted its operations schedule for now and the future, staying open Fridays through Mondays to accommodate the bulk of their skiing and snowboarding traffic from within driving distance. As a result, the resort management says they can free up funds to pay for infrastructure and development improvements on the mountain above Beaver, Utah.

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