The New England Pass offers access to three of New England's premier mountain resorts with a total of 324 trails, 1,654 acres, 13 terrain parks, and six super/half pipes, served by 43 lifts.
Three levels of New England Passes are available. The Bronze pass, available for $349 is an all-ages pass offering midweek, non-holiday access to all three resorts. The Silver pass, available for $599, offers access every day of the season excluding 14 blackout dates. The Gold pass, available for $899, offers unrestricted access. College passes, listed at $329, also offer unrestricted access to all three resorts.
There are teen and junior versions of the Gold and Silver pass, plus a Gold pass for seniors available during the spring sale. Spring sale prices hold until April 30.
Skiers and snowboarders who purchase their 2009-10 New England Pass by April 30 can pay for their pass in three equal payments due on April 30, July 1, and Sept. 1.
Current 2008-09 New England Pass holders who maintain or upgrade to Gold or Silver will save an additional $50 when they purchase their 2009-10 New England Pass and pay in full by April 30.
New England Gold Pass holders receive additional benefits: They can purchase up to four additional lift tickets valid any day of the 2009-10 season for $50 each. They receive 15 percent off retail purchases at resort ski and sport shops, and receive a free early season ski or snowboard tune-ups. They can ski up to 10 days for free at other Boyne Resorts across North America, including Big Sky, Montana, and Cypress Mountain, British Columbia.