WATERVILLE VALLEY, New Hampshire — When you add up the numbers that Waterville Valley, Cranmore and Bretton Woods bring to the Threedom Pass, it’s easy to see how this 3-resort season pass delivers the most skiing and riding in New Hampshire. The combined trail count is 195 with 12 terrain parks, 893 acres of skiing and riding and 28 lifts. All three mountains are within an hour’s drive of each other making the pass an easy choice for skiers heading up I-93 or I-95 to the White Mountains.
A 2009-2010 Threedom Pass Anytime option with no blackout dates at all three resorts is $839 for ages 19 and over skiers and riders; $499 for teens (ages 13-18) and $449 for juniors (ages 6-12). A Limited Edition Pass will also be sold for $739 for ages 19 and over, $439 for teens and $359 for juniors. The Limited Edition pass is valid any day at Cranmore and Waterville Valley and at Mount Washington Resort’s Bretton Woods has blackout dates of 12/26/2009-1/2/2010, 1/16-1/17/2010, and 2/13-2/20/2010.
A 4-NH College Anytime Pass is offered to full time students and also includes nearby Cannon Mountain. With a 4-NH College pass, students can ski and ride on over 1,060 acres of terrain with 255 trails, 13 terrain parks and 37 lifts, all less then 2 ?? hours from Boston. Good anyday, the cost is $289.
Threedom Passes will also feature a full line up of benefits for next winter including $10 off for friends and family on weekends and holidays, night skiing and riding at Cranmore and Bretton Woods and special offers on Nordic skiing and resort lodging. Benefits vary depending on pass type and will be posted on threedompass.com. Threedom Passholders also receive special benefits from sister resorts Northstar-at-Tahoe and Sierra-at-Tahoe in California.
WV Value, WV Senior, WV Military Edition Passes and Nordic Passes are also offered by Waterville Valley for the season and can be purchased online at www.waterville.com.