Oregon’s Mt. Bachelor is one of those places where skiers and snowboarders enjoy a long ski season through May. The resort’s spring sale offers a chance to buy a spring season pass for use at the end of the season.

The resort launches its sale of spring passes on March 15. For the first 96 hours, the passes are on sale at the lowest rates. After that, the spring pass rates go up.

The Springtacular Season Pass is valid for lift access April 1 through May 26. It allows for unlimited skiing or riding every day.

During the 96-hour sale, the pass costs $139 for adults, $119 for teens and seniors, and $89 for youth and the 70-plus crowd. Rates on the spring pass increase by $10-30 starting 9 a.m. on March 19.

From April 1, when the Springtacular Season Pass can be used, Mt. Bachelor plans to operate six lifts daily: Pine Marten, Sunshine Accelerator, Skyliner, Sunrise, Summit, and Northwest Express. Lift are scheduled to run 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

From April 22 through May 26, daily hours drop to 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and four lifts continue to run: Pine Marten, Skyline, Summit, and Northwest Express. This spring, the Northwest Express is scheduled to run for an extra four weeks, pending snow and weather conditions. Its final day of operation is May 12.

Spring passes for Mt. Bachelor are available for purchase online here.