Terry Peak season passholders love their discounts, and the Peak doesn't disappoint with all the discounts and benefits built into their season passes. The Black Hills are home after all to Deadwood and some of the best gaming found in the Heartland. If you like deals, and who doesn't, check it out.
The 7,100-foot summit of Bald Mountain, home to Terry Peak Ski Area, is South Dakota's second highest point. It offers two base areas, over 30 runs (some up to two miles long), four chairlifts (includes two high-speed quads), a halfpipe, and freestyle terrain park. It offers skiing and boarding for all levels. The Peak's 1,100-foot vertical drop is the largest mid-continent. It's a true mountain, and offers the highest lift-served skiing between the Rockies and the Alps.
Season passes are on sale through the end of the month; half of what they will be come Nov. 1. An adult pass is currently $275 and will go up to $550. A junior pass (6-12) is now $155 and goes up to $310 next month. Full day adult tickets were $45 last season. It doesn't take many times out to realize a significant savings.
Season passholders get discounts they can use at local lodges, shops, gas stations, mineral pools, massage parlors, and restaurants. It even includes some casinos and historical museums in Deadwood. It also provides discounts on group and private lessons throughout the season and allows you to pass that discount along to a friend. You can purchase discounted lift tickets with a rental combination for friends on certain dates throughout the season.
Season passes offer unlimited skiing and riding with no blackout dates. If you are thinking of purchasing one, don't delay. Prices won't get any lower, and they offer quite a few benefits. You can purchase them online.