Liberty's season passes get skiers and riders on the lift a half-hour early Thursday through Sunday. The passes are valid at Liberty, Whitetail, and Ski Roundtop. They also entitle holders to a free First Class learn to ski or board package, savings of 50 percent on class lessons, the ability to buy the PLUS Option for $50 which lets skiers and riders store gear at the resort all season and receive Quick Tunes, get deals at Stratton, and save 50 percent at Mountains of Distinction.
Individual or First Family Member Pass costs $399 through Oct. 31, then increases to $599.
Each additional eligible family member costs $299 through Oct. 31, then $499.
Family members 5 and under are free.
Eligible family members include head of household, spouse, and any unmarried dependent children living at home up to age 18 and/or full-time college students age 24 and under.
A Senior Midweek Pass for skiers and riders 65 and up costs $199, then $299.
Liberty Mountain Resort has 16 trails and a snow tubing park on 91 skiable acres, 620 foot vertical, served by five quads, two carpets, a t-bar, one double chairlift, two Magic Moving Carpet lifts, and a terrain park J-bar. There's night skiing seven nights a week, and full snowmaking coverage.
Liberty also has a terrain park blog.