Buy a 2010-11 pass, and ski for the rest of this season.

Threedom Passes come in a variety of flavors, and Waterville Valley, Bretton Woods, and Cranmore hope skiers and riders can find one to their taste.

The resorts are holding the price on next season's Threedom Passes until May 3.

Waterville, Bretton Woods, and Cranmore have a combined total of 195 trails, 12 terrain parks, 893 acres of skiing and riding, and 28 lifts, which means the Threedom Pass delivers the most skiing and riding in New Hampshire on one pass.

New passholders get to ski the rest of this season too.  Passes can be purchased on site at the resorts, or online.

A 2010-11 Threedom Pass valid any day at Waterville Valley and Cranmore with blackout dates at Bretton Woods costs $679 for 18+, $399 for teens (ages 13-18), and $339 for juniors (ages 6-12).  An anytime option with no blackout dates at all three resorts is $779 for adults, $469 for teens, and $409 for juniors.  Blackout dates include Christmas, MLK, and February vacations.

A 4-NH College Anytime Pass is also offered by all three plus nearby Cannon Mountain.  With a 4-NH College Pass, full time students can ski and ride on over 1,060 acres of terrain with 255 trails, 13 terrain parks and 37 lifts, all less than 2.5 hours from Boston.  The cost is $259 and also includes skiing the rest of this season.

Threedom benefits feature $15 off on weekends and holidays for friends and family, night skiing and riding at Cranmore and Bretton Woods, Nordic skiing, and resort lodging discounts.  Threedom Passholders can bring a friend for 50 percent off midweek, non-holiday periods to Waterville Valley and Cranmore.

WV Value, WV Senior, WV Military Edition Passes and Nordic Passes are also offered by Waterville Valley for the season.

More information: Threedom Pass; Waterville Passes.