We'll be the first to admit, even the best fitting ski boots won't always promise you'll have happy feet come 4:00 pm – nothing compares to the freedom your little piggies feel after some afternoon boot-liberation – but Cranmore's Happy Trails Season Passes can ensure a happy feeling when the 2013-14 season rolls around. Why? First off, you'll have you're season pass already in hand so the snow will be only a lift ride away. Secondly, because the resort has frozen season pass prices for the coming season and if you grab one before May 31 you'll save an extra 7 percent. And best of all, you'll enjoy your 2012-2013 spring turns for free.

Cranmore Happy Trails Unlimited Pass starts at just $249 for juniors, $379 for teens and seniors, and $599 for adults. Cranmore also offers a special Limited Season Pass ($199/Juniors, $319/Teens & Seniors, $399/Adults), good for all of 2013-14 except the following blackout dates: 12/26/2013 - 1/1/2014, 1/18-1/19/2014, 2/15 -2/22/2014. 

This winter, Cranmore invested more than a $1 million dollars in lift and snowmaking improvements – bringing the total to over $8 million since 2010. Enhanced snowmaking has allowed the resort to have the best ski and ride conditions in years and is good news for the long days of spring turns still ahead. Plus, the new Schneider Triple Chairlift has expanded access to more vertical and more trails on the south eastern side of the mountain.

The resort's got plenty on tap to help skiers and riders finish the season out strong. From live music to rail jams and, of course, what spring season would be complete without a little traditional pond skimming?  

Additional pass privileges are available with each season pass option. More information at cranmoremtn.com.

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