Passes come in several forms.
The Gold New England Pass is good for unlimited skiing and riding at all three resorts, with no blackout dates plus passholder can buy up to four one-day lift tickets for friends and family at $50. Cost is $899 for adults 19-64; $699 for teens 12-18; $599 for juniors 6-12; $429 for seniors 65-79; and $30 for under 5 and 80-plus.
The Silver New England Pass is good for skiing and riding seven days a week, with 14 blackout dates during Christmas vacation, MLK weekend, and part of February vacation. Cost is $599 for adults; $549 for teens; and $499 for juniors.
The Bronze New England Pass is good for skiing and riding non-holiday weekdays. Cost is $349 for all ages.
The College New England Pass is good for skiing and riding seven days a week. Students must provide a registrar's letter certifying they are full-time collage students at the time of pass pick-up this fall.
Cost is $329. Deadline for the College New England Pass is Nov. 30. Those who purchase their pass by April 30 can use the Easy 3-Pay Plan: three equal payments by April 30, July 1, and Sept. 1.
Each New England Pass includes free or discounted skiing at Boyne Resorts' western mountains, including Big Sky, Mont.; Brighton, Utah; Crystal Mountain, Wash.; Cypress Mountain, B.C.; Boyne Mountain, Mich.; Boyne Highlands, Mich., and The Summit at Snoqualmie, Wash.