Spring Deals in Colorado, Part 1

Chief Snow Junkie March 28, 2010 0

The fire sale continues up in Colorado this spring with tons of deals and specials. We’re getting in new ones every day and will keep you posted.

Here are a few to get you started:

A-Basin is offering its Spring 3 Pass, which is valid for three non-transferable ski days until the close of the 2009-10 ski season (tentatively scheduled for June 6, 2010). With this pass, skiers and riders get three days of skiing or riding for the regular-ticket-window price of two days. To sweeten the deal, the resort throws in $10 off of any rental package and a $50 morning class lesson for the passholder, available on the day the pass is used. Spring 3 Passes are available for sale until April 4, 2010.til April 4, 2010.

Aspen/Snowmass: Based on availability and specific dates, rooms start as low as $37.50 per night in Aspen and $35 per night in Snowmass.

Steamboat is offering its Springalicious 4-Pack Pass with four days of skiing for $99. Guests canski or snowboard any four days from Friday, April 2 to Closing Day, Sunday, April 11. Plus, Friday afternoons are free. Guests can simply present their passes at a lift or gondola anytime after 12pm on April 2 and April 9 for free afternoon skiing or riding.

Copper Mountain invites guests to grab their season passes from that “other” mountain, sneak over to Copper and pick up the Swinger’s Pass, which gets them one day at Copper for only $39.

Echo Mountain is offering Four Pack of lift tickets costs just $99 on weekdays (excluding Tuesdays when the resort is closed) and $119 on weekends. The special pricing continues through Sunday, March 28 and is good from when the lifts open at 9am until closing at 9pm—except Sundays when the lifts close at 5pm.  Blackout dates are in effect March 29-April 11, but the sweet deal returns Monday, April 12 through the remainder of the season—until Sunday, May 2. The caveat: all four lift tickets must be used on the same day they are purchased.

Powderhorn is currently selling next year’s season passes at this year’s prices.

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