The Washington State ski season isn’t over yet, but ski resorts are courting passholders for next year. Skiers and snowboarders can find the lowest rates this spring on 2013/14 season passes.
Here’s a roundup of next year's season passes that have gone on sale this spring. Rates listed are for adults only, but most resorts offer other age categories. Some sell midweek passes for skiers who want to avoid the weekend crowds.
Forty-nine Degrees North is selling season passes through May 5. The adult pass costs $289.
Bluewood runs its season pass sale until April 16. During the sale, adult passes go for $279.
Crystal Mountain puts its season passes for next year on sale April 1. Purchasers can ski this spring on next year’s pass. Rates will be released this week.
Mission Ridge plans to keep next year’s season pass on sale through May 31. The adult pass costs $349.
Mt. Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park runs a two-tiered program. Passholders renewing current passes can do so at the lowest rate through April 15. Adults can renew passes for $249. New passholders can purchase passes on sale through May 31. The adult pass costs $289.
Stevens Pass has its season passes on sale through May 5. Adults can renew passes for $449 or purchase new passes for $499.
Summit at Snoqualmie has its 2013-14 season passes on sale through May 31. The Big S pass for adults costs $489. Next year’s pass purchasers can ski through the end of this year’s season on it.
White Pass gives pass purchasers until May 31 to buy next year’s passes. The adult pass costs $419. Those who do so earlier can ski this spring on the pass for free. The ski area plans to operate daily through mid-April and weekends only through May 5.
For more information on Washington ski resort season pass sales for 2013-14, look here: 49 Degrees North, Bluewood, Crystal Mountain, Mission Ridge, Mt. Spokane, Stevens Pass, Summit at Snoqualmie, White Pass.