Pico Mountain is selling 2011-12 season passes at pre-season prices and throwing in the rest of March for guests who pay in full.

The My Pico Unlimited Adult Pass for ages 19-64 costs $319; the UnlimitedYouth/Senior Pass for ages 7-18 and 65+ costs $219; the Unlimited Child Pass for ages 6 and under costs $39. The My Pico Unlimited Pass is valid every day of the 2011-12 season from mid-December through the end of March, weather and snow conditions permitting.

A new product - the all-ages My Pico Midweek Pass - costs $149. It is valid Monday, Thursday, and Friday with the exception of Christmas vacation and Presidents Week.

My Pico Pass holders receive numerous benefits, including discounts on Snowsports School lessons, food and drink, retail, lift tickets, and demos.

Guests who want a payment plan can buy on time, with a credit card, in three equal payments, the first by April 28, the second June 30, the third Aug. 30.

Pico, now long linked with neighboring Killington Resort, opened Thanksgiving Day, 1937. Its first lift was a 1.200-foot-long tow powered by a Hudson automobile engine, serving the 2.5-mile-long Sunset Schuss Trail.

Pico today has a vertical of 1,967 feet, 50 trails, and 252 acres of terrain, two express quads, two triple chairs, two doubles, and a rope tow.

More information. Or call 866-667-7426.