2017-18 Passes Now Available
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The Scoop on 2017-2018 Summit Season Passes
Season passes for next season are now available for purchase and are on sale at the lowest price of the year through May 31st. We typically have three deadlines between now and the winter season. After each one our season pass prices increase, so it pays to buy early!
Plus, buying this time of year means you can use our Payment Plan to spread your payments over 7 months. Easy on your wallet and great for the budget!
Buy Now, Ski Free The Rest of This Season!
Just like in previous years, when you purchase a 2017-2018 Summit Season Pass now you can use it to ski or ride free for the rest of this season. BONUS!
Please note; passes cannot be printed and used until they are paid in full. So if you're using the payment plan your 2017-18 pass will not give you access this season.
All-New Family Pass - $1,399
Family Pass gives two parents and two dependents access to all Summit base areas, including Alpental, for the entire season. Plus, you can add up to three additional dependents to the family pass! (max of 5 kids, 2 parents) Each additional dependent only adds $100. Each member of the family receives their own Unlimited Season Pass when you order the Family Pass. And you can always take the ouch factor out by using our Payment Plan and spread the purchase out over 7 months!
The Family Pass is available with or without the Snow Guarantee. If you want to add any of the options offered on the Unlimited Pass, you can do that as well by sending us an email to setup the additional items. Just like with our other passes, if you purchase the Family Pass now it gives your family access the rest of this season as well. But hurry, it's only available through April 11, 2017.
FAMILY PASS SALE HAS ENDED
New Young Adult Age Category
The all-new Young Adult Pass is a solid spring-time offer to our 19-25 year old shredders. For a short-time, we're giving adults in this age group the chance to pay teen prices again and scoop up some savings on a Summit Season Pass. Unlimited Pass or L-T-D pass, your choice, both are priced low through May 31st. And they're eligible to be purchased via our super easy Payment Plan, 7 months of small payments, then away you go in time for the snow!
What Happened to The Gold Pass?
The Gold Pass has been discontinued due to some changes in reciprocal options. However, all Gold Pass benefits, except for Crystal Mountain discounts, have been given to the Unlimited Pass. With that shift, the L-T-D now has some Boyne Benefits that have never before been included. Plus, the Unlimited Pass is also now eligible for the Cascadia Pass add-on and the M.A.X Pass add-on without the higher cost associated with a Gold Pass.
While there are some changes afoot, all of us at The Summit are stoked for the all-new Cascadia Pass, perfect for those who like to adventure elsewhere a few days each season. If you've enjoyed a Gold Pass in prior seasons, do the math, we think you'll like the numbers plus the additional options now available!
All-New Cascadia Pass - Just $199
The new pass makes it even easier for local skiers and snowboarders to make The Summit their home mountain, but still enjoy new adventures and explore with friends at Crystal Mountain or Stevens Pass several times a year.
Add the Cascadia Pass onto your Summit Unlimited Pass to get three visits at Crystal Mountain and three visits at Stevens Pass. You've been asking for a local multi-mountain option for years, and now it's finally available!
M.A.X. Pass - Even More Resorts
The M.A.X. Pass gets you 5 days each at 43 other mountains, giving you up to 220 days of new, additional adventures and incredible turns at some of the best resorts from the East Coast to the West Coast. You can add the M.A.X. Pass onto your Summit Unlimited Pass or purchase it as a standalone. Either way, it's an incredible value for those that like to explore!
Please Note: The XPass changed slightly for the 2017-18 season. It no longer includes access on Saturday nights.
Remember to update your season pass photo if you're a returning passholder.