Ski Cooper skiers and riders can purchase their next year's season pass from now until April 8 at the lowest discounted rate. Take advantage of the affordable price now to get in on another great season at Vail's hidden gem resort.

"We are always excited to offer affordable lift tickets to everyone in Colorado each season, and this deal is unbeatable," says Ski Cooper's Bob Casey. An adult season pass is tagged at $199, and a children's pass for ages 6 - 14 years old is $99.

Season passes can be purchased online by no later than April 8, 2011. Skiers and riders may also purchase next year's season pass at the Ski Cooper ticket window through closing day April 3, or by printing the online order form and mailing it in before April 8.

"This is the best season we've had in years," Casey said. "March is always good to us, so we're excited to continue on our snowy streak."

With its base at an altitude of 10,500 feet, a summit at 11,700 feet, Ski Cooper is Colorado's fifth oldest ski resort. Its rich history embraces the town of Leadville's silver boom and the 10th Mountain Division's World War II training ground. 250 inches of annual snowfall means plenty of powder for skiing and riding pleasure.

Find out why Ski Cooper says less really is more: Less cost, More snow, Less traffic, More value, Less people, More views.

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