Wildcat Mountain is offering its lowest prices for 2010-11 winter season passes to skiers and riders who purchase before May 15.
Wildcat plants to continue this spring's skiing and riding until late April or early May depending on weather and conditions.
Skiers and riders who buy next year's passes at pre-season prices also get to use them this season starting April 1, seven days a week.
Wildcat's most popular pass is the Black Cat pass, offered at the early price of $299. It is valid Monday thru Friday with 10 blackout dates during the Christmas and February vacation weeks.
The Black Cat pass also is valid for skiing seven days a week from opening day until Dec. 24, and after April 1 until closing.
Wildcat's Adult, unrestricted full pass costs $599 before May 15. Teen (13-18) passes cost $399; Junior (6-12) passes cost $299, and Child (5 and under) cost $39.
Returning again for a second year is the Adult 6-Day Pass with no blackout dates, valid Sunday through Friday, It costs $499. Six-day passholders can ski or ride next season every day from opening until Dec. 24, and from April 1 until closing.
Wildcat Mountain is a year-round, family-owned business, located within the White Mountain National Forest in Pinkham Notch, N.H. It is home to the 75-year-old Wildcat Trail first cut by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1933 and is renowned for its views of Mt. Washington and Tuckerman Ravine.
More information. Or call 888-754-9453.