Attitash and Wildcat Head to Boston Ski and Snowboard Expo

By AlpineZone News |
Nov 06 2013 - 12:14 PM

AttitashSnow_edit_WEBBartlett & Pinkham Notch, NH – The ski season is all but here and both Attitash Mountain Resort and Wildcat Mountain will be among the many ski resorts attending the upcoming annual Ski & Snowboard Expo. Skiers and riders all over New England will gather in Boston to get excited for winter and to see or buy the latest gear, plan ski vacations, find one-of-a-kind lift ticket deals, and talk with staff from attending resorts. “The Boston Ski Show is extremely popular and all of us from Attitash and Wildcat working the show are excited to talk about skiing, snow, what’s new, and to share what we are offering for special show discounts and deals this season,” said Attitash Mountain Resort Event Coordinator Corey Madden. Attitash & Wildcat head to Boston continuing to message the vertical, value, & variety offered with season passes, discount cards, lift tickets, and gift cards valid for use at the two Mount Washington Valley ski areas located only 20 minutes apart. Representatives from both mountains will also be sharing the latest in what’s new including free learning areas, expansions to the Abenaki Park area at Bear Peak; extensive snowmaking improvements at both, value-based Learn2 Ski/Snowboard programs, and highlighting all of their season pass and discount card products now also valid for use at Crotched Mountain in Southern New Hampshire.
“We continue to have tremendous success selling gift cards with a show-only bonus offer and we’re excited to introduce an additional offer this year associated with our Vertical Value Card,” said Attitash and Wildcat Mountain Director of Marketing Thomas Prindle. Attendees can purchase a gift card for $100 and it will be loaded with a $125 to spend toward tickets, food, ski school lessons, lodging, and more when they visit Attitash and Wildcat. In addition, both resorts are excited to bring back the Vertical Value Card which for the cost of $89 includes a free lift ticket to be used any day and offers the cardholder up to 50% off regular full-day ticket rates (age specific) all season long. The Vertical Value card also allows the cardholder to bring a friend to either resort on non-holiday Wednesdays all season long and that friend can purchase a ticket at half the normal midweek full-day ticket rate. New for this year at the Boston Ski Show only, attendees who purchase a Vertical Value Card will have one additional free bonus lift ticket, valid for use Sunday – Friday, non-holiday, loaded to their card.

Attitash and Wildcat will also be giving away custom-made recyclable shopping bags, posters, stickers, and more to show attendees who stop by to hear about what’s new and to purchase any of the show-only specials. The show, taking place in Boston at the Seaport Convention Center, begins at 3 p.m. Thursday, November 14 and will have show hours daily through Sunday, November 17, 2013. Attitash and Wildcat Mountain will be located in booths 100-102. A ski show event schedule and admission coupon is available or tickets can be purchased online at


Attitash Mountain Resort, located in the Mount Washington Valley, has previously been ranked amongst the East’s top ten ski resorts for grooming, weather, accessibility, and off-hill activities by readers of SKI Magazine. Offering two distinct mountains, Attitash and Bear Peak, and one of New England’s more advanced snow making systems, Attitash is known for its signature terrain parks, free learning area, ski school and children’s programs, open-glade terrain, après entertainment, family value, the year-round mountain coaster attraction, and quality slopeside accommodations featuring the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel. For further information, please visit or call 1-800-223 SNOW.

Wildcat Mountain is home to New Hampshire’s most powerful quad summit chair lift and is renowned for its high summit elevation over 4,000 feet and greater than 2,100 vertical feet of skiing and riding. The original Wildcat Trail celebrates 80 years this season from the time it was first cut in the summer of 1933 by the Civilian Conservation Corp. Wildcat’s elevation and proximity to Mt. Washington contributes up to 200 inches of snow and a long winter/spring season annually and has consistently been rated #1 scenery and top ten in the East for snow, terrain variety, and value by readers of SKI Magazine. For further information, please visit or call 1-888-SKI WILD.