Vermont – (September 23, 2013) – Mount Snow and Stratton, two of Vermont’s largest mountain resorts located just 20 miles apart, announced a new partnership that offers 18 to 26- year- old skiers and snowboarders an unrestricted season pass for 2013/2014 called the Double Down Pass, which is now available for $349.
The neighboring resorts each have season pass products that offer 20-somethings no blackout dates for an affordable price, and now for only a few dollars more snowsports enthusiasts can go direct- to -lift at both mountains on one season pass.
Mount Snow and Stratton are the first two resorts skiers and riders reach when driving north into Vermont from the East’s major metro areas. Combined they offer more than 1,200 skiable acres, 174 trails and nearly 4,000 feet of vertical. Unlimited access to that amount of terrain coupled with accessibility, especially with gasoline still pushing the $4 mark, make the Double Down Pass the season’s smartest bet at $349 when purchased by December 15.
The Double Down Pass is now available for purchase online through both resort’s websites. Anyone age 18 to 26 years old is eligible to purchase the pass and college registration is not required.
For more information on the Double Down Pass or to purchase, visit www.mountsnow.com or www.stratton.com