Stratton Mountain Resort in the Green (soon to be white) Mountains of Vermont is selling an array of value-based, non-holiday season passes to skiers and snowboarders.
Passes are on discount until Oct. 12, when the prices increase.
Stratton's Value Plus Pass offers skiing and snowboarding at Stratton, Okemo Mountain Resort, and Mount Sunapee, plus a one-year subscription to SKI Magazine. It costs $689 until Oct. 12, and $789 thereafter.
The Value Pass offers skiing and riding at Stratton, and SKI Magazine. It costs $579, then $639.
The Sunday Pass offers skiing and riding Sundays at Stratton, and SKI Magazine. It costs $229, then $329.
The Midweek Super Pass is good for midweek skiing at Stratton, Okemo and Sunapee. It costs $359, then $459.
Stratton's Standard Pass offers unlimited access to Stratton. It costs $979 until Oct. 12.
The Ultra Pass offers unlimited access to Stratton, Okemo, and Sunapee, plus lift access beginning at 7:45 a.m.
All passes are direct-to-lift.
Stratton is among the most storied ski resorts in America, in a state that has been at the forefront of American skiing from the very beginning. The region retains the cozy feel of New England tradition spiced with the best that modern life has to offer.
The first rope tow in the United States, powered by a Model T engine, hauled skiers up Clinton Gilbert's hilly pasture in Woodstock in 1934. "This ingenious contraption launched a new era in winter sports," states the historic marker at the spot.
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