Greek Peak in Cortland, N.Y., is selling Unlimited Adult passes for $409 until Oct. 20, when the price increases to $469.
College Student passes cost $199 until Oct. 20, then $299.
Ski Rental passes are $198 for kids ages 3-14, then increase to $223; and $298 for skiers/riders age 15 and up, then $318.
Greek Peak has five chairs, three surface lifts, and 32 trails, with a vertical drop of 952 feet.
The area has 83 percent snowmaking coverage, and night skiing.
Greek Peak offers cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and ice skating, In addition to downhill skiing and riding.
The area has a Children's Learning Center where kids start in a ski bowl designed to make learning easier and fun. A child-friendly Magic Carpet uses a flat conveyer belt to gently glide the new skiers to the top. Once kids have mastered the ski bowl, they're off with their instructor to the Alpha Beginner Slope, then off to an easier trail like Castor, and then off skiing/riding the whole mountain.
Greek Peak also has an Adaptive Ski Program to provide a snow sports experience for people whose disabilities would not allow them to use the traditional teaching process available from the Greek Peak Mountain Resort Ski and Ride School.
The program offers adaptive equipment, snowboards, and mono-skis; one-on-one instruction from more than 70 trained volunteers; a staff of 30 certified PSIA/AASI ski and snowboard instructors and Special Olympics instructors, and a fully accessible Adaptive Snowsports Building.
It also offers baby-sitting 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, and 5 to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday by reservation.
Tentative opening is 8:30 a.m. Dec. 9. Night skiing is set to begin Dec. 29.