Hunter Mountain has experienced one of the best seasons in its history this year thanks to a hearty helping of late-season snowfall in the Northeast. The resort has annouced it will remain open into mid-April in honor of a resilient base and outstanding spring conditions. And for those season pass holders whose home mountains are closing early, Hunter is welcoming them to the slopes to soak up spring rays and save on soft turns through their extended season.

Season pass holders from other mountains save 50 percent off midweek lift tickets and 25 percent off weekend tickets through the end of the season with the purchase of Hunter's $49 Big Lift Card. In addition, on April 7, 2013, season passholders from any other mountain will receive a $25 lift ticket just by showing their 2012-13 season pass at the ticket window. Plus online shoppers can take advantage of additional savings when they purchase their lift tickets online through Hunter’s eSki online storefront. 

Looking to make a last ditch effort at a weekend ski trip this spring? There's still time. The Kaatskill Mountain Club hotel has lodging deals extending through the end of the season including room nights starting as low as $100 and 50 percent off lift tickets for registered guests of the hotel during their stay.

Hunter Mountain will remain open seven days per week through Sunday, April 7, 2013.  They will close midweek April 8-12, re-opening for their final weekend on April 13-14, 2013.

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