2017-18 season pass includes Winter Park
March 10, 2017
Steamboat Springs — The adult season pass at the Steamboat Ski Area will cost $50 more for the 2017-18 season, but it includes unlimited skiing at Winter Park.
Adults will pay $1,149 for a pass if it is purchased by May 31. Passes go on sale March 15.
New this year, the ski area is offering a payment plan.
With a $49 down payment, people can make monthly payments through November until the pass is paid off.
"This winter is still in full swing, but it's a great time to start planning for next year's snow adventures," vice president of sales and marketing Katie Brown said in a news release. "We're excited to offer our season passholders new benefits, including unlimited skiing and riding at our sister resort, Winter Park, as well as an option that allows passholders to pay for their passes over time."
The cost of a teenager pass will stay at $599, but others will pay more.
This ski season, seniors age 70 and older saw a 20 percent increase, to $599.
There will be a 17 percent increase for next season with a price of $699.
The pass for a child between age 6 and 12 increased by $10 to $349. College student passes increased by $50 to $599.
A pass for a child younger than 6 is $30.
A limited number of First Tracks passes will also be sold, allowing people to load the gondola between 8 and 8:15 a.m. The price of the pass has increased from $399 to $439.
The ski area will again offer its kids ski free program.
A child younger than 13 will receive a free pass when an adult or grandparent buys a season pass.
Eight days of skiing can be purchased for $529 if bought by April 10. Fifteen days will cost $899 if purchased by May 31. Additional days can be purchased for $65 and $55 respectively.
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