Camelback in Pennsylvania's Poconos is offering its best deal for 2010-11 season pass sales with savings of $320 over the regular price. That's a 50 percent reduction. New purchasers can ski or ride free in March since the resort expects to be open through the month. Camelback got 24 inches of snow the last week in February.

The Super Pass for adults ages 19 - 64 is $479. Juniors ages 7 - 18 and seniors age 65 plus can get a Pass for $279. The Monday through Friday Value Pass costs $379 for adults, $229 for juniors and seniors.

The Camelback season pass comes with perks such as "Direct- to-Lift Access." That means no standing in lift ticket lines.

Other perks make skiing or riding at Camelback easier or at least more enjoyable, particularly for Super Pass holders. First Trax and the Check In are available for Super Pass holders Saturdays and Sundays only.

Add-ons include a 10 percent discount on food and rentals and a 20 percent discount on ski/snowboarding repairs and tuning. Season Pass Holders also get First Tracks privileges and a subscription to XX magazine.

Value Pass holders have similar perks minus the First Trax, Check In, snow tubing and magazine options.

More Information. Or call 570-629-1661.