Blue Knob offers the highest skiable mountaintop in Pennsylvania, and one of the sweetest season pass deals of the season.
The area is selling 2009-10 season passes at 50 percent off full price.
The passes are $319 for adults, and $219 for juniors.
The prices hold through March 31.
These passes entitle the holders to ski or ride for the rest of this season, and all of next, anytime, no restrictions.
There's a $10 processing fee.
Blue Knob offers 100 skiable acres, with a vertical of 1,072 feet, 34 runs serviced by five lifts including two doubles, two triples, and one surface lift. The area offers 42 acres of night skiing. Blue Knob is the highest skiable mountain in Pennsylvania.
On the fence? Do the math and see if the price works for you.
Many will factor in the remaining weeks of this season, as winter heads toward spring with much kick left. Indeed, many skiers and snowboarders look forward to March as the finest part of the season, with ample snow, longer and warmer days, and a winter's worth of practice under skis or boards.
Areas turn to outdoor barbecues, lower prices, and zanier events to keep people coming back.