An unlimited Paoli Peaks season ski pass is on sale through Sept. 23 for $279.  It goes up $80 the following day and another $100 after Nov. 25.

Paoli offers a student pass for $248 and a family pass  valid for up to six family members for $764.  Pick A Day Pass is $199, and a Midnight Session Pass, good from 8 p.m. to 3 a.m. Friday and Saturday nights is $119.  All of the passes will be going up in price Sept. 24.

An additional bonus for Paoli passholders is that they receive half-off lift tickets at other Peak Resorts:Mad River Mountain and Boston Mills /Brandywine in Ohio; Hidden Valley and Snow Creek in Missouri; Jack Frost/ Big Boulder in Pennsylvania; and Crotched Mountain in New Hampshire. 

You might not think about southern Indiana being snow sports territory.  After all it is a state better known for car racing and basketball, and they only average about 18-inches of snow per winter; not a typical environment for a ski area.

Paoli Peaks however, located in the Hoosier State's southern hills between Indianapolis and Louisville, Ky., is like an oasis in the winter for snow-starved skiers and snowboarders.  The ski area offers a little over 300-feet of vertical and good skiing and riding terrain for the lower Midwest.  The area is open daily throughout the winter until 9 or 10 p.m. and sprinkle in a few Midnight Madness sessions over the course of the season.

Paoli more than makes up for natural snowfall with an arsenal of snowguns.  It's often the only snow covered hill in the area.  The parking lot can be void of snow.  Walk through the day lodge to get to the slopes, and it's instant winter; kind of like a white Wally World.

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