Trick or Treat. Canaan Valley Resort in West Virginia is discounting its unlimited season pass until Oct. 31.  West Virginia residents with valid proof, like a driver's license, can get a pass for $300 compared to $325 after the deadline.

The price for out-of-state skiers and snowboarders is $375 compared to $400 after Oct. 31. A second person in the same family can get a pass for $275 or a $25 discount. Junior prices, ages 6 years of age to 17 years of age, are $225 compared to $250. Seniors pay $225 for a $25 reduction.

Families get a break of $100 savings if season passes are purchased by Oct. 31. The cost by the deadline for families of four, including parents and children that are West Virginia residents is $600 instead of $700. Out-of-state families pay $1,000 compared to $1,100.

Canaan Valley encompasses the Canaan Valley Resort, Timberline Resort and the White Grass Nordic Center. The valley itself is 14 miles long and five miles wide. It is the highest valley of its size east of the Rocky Mountains and receives an average of nearly 80 inches of snow annually. So, there should be plenty of snow.

More information. Or call 800-622-4121.