Treetops Resort's season pass sale is under way with a price increase looming. Lift and lodging packages from $79 per person will be available from opening day, just in time for the holidays.
The basic ski package includes a night's lodging, skiing from the night of arrival, and breakfast, from $79 per person, based on double occupancy.
Treetops' season pass sale runs through Dec. 26. The next price increase occurs Dec. 1. Currently an individual adult season pass starts from $135. A teen pass (13-17) starts from $112.50, and a junior pass (9-12) from $85.50. A child's pass (8 and under) and senior pass (65+) are $10 anytime. If you get three people together and purchase the Fill A Triple pass, individual rates start from adult $115, teens $92.50, and juniors $65.50.
Treetops plans to open for the season Dec. 26. The resort's high elevation, abundant snowfall, and scenic beauty provide a perfect location for skiing and riding. It's located just east of Gaylord along a ridge overlooking the Pigeon River valley.
The resort offers 23 runs, The Yard Terrain Park, three chairlifts, and a couple of surface tows. There's also a tubing park with its own lift. The Yard features 10-to-20-foot rails, a 16-foot battleship kinked rail, a 16-foot rainbow rail, and numerous tabletops and natural jib features.