Bretton Woods Presents the Bode One Pass

By AlpineZone News |
Jun 20 2005 - 04:34 PM

BRETTON WOODS, New Hampshire ??” Bretton Woods Mountain Resort is excited to announce the Bode One Pass, an unlimited and unrestricted 2005/2006 season pass to the state’s premier winter sports destination for a new value price of just $499. In combination with Bretton Wood’s number one ranking for snow quality, weather and grooming in the East, an economical roster of passes for every age and schedule will make skiing and riding at the Resort the first choice of many snow sports enthusiasts.

The number one skier in the world and Bretton Woods Director of Skiing, Bode Miller, gave an enthusiastic endorsement of the new pass. “I am psyched about the Bode One Pass at Bretton Woods. This affordable season pass is the exact one I needed growing up skiing night and day,” said Bode.

Purchase of the Bode One pass entitles skiers and riders full access to New Hampshire’s largest ski area, which includes all 101 alpine trails and 100 kilometers of Nordic trails at the Resort, as well as night skiing and riding on Fridays, Saturdays and during holiday periods; preferred parking before 10 a.m. on weekends and holidays; discounts at TreeTop Sports; three days of skiing at nearby Cannon Mountain and season-long discounts at other area resorts. For those who purchase the Bode One Pass before October 31, 2005, a complimentary one-night, midweek, non-holiday overnight stay at The Mount Washington Hotel will also be included.

Bretton Woods is also proud to offer its new Midweek Pass for $199, in addition to the local’s favorite, The Bold and the Beautiful Pass, priced at $249 for midweek access to Bretton Woods and Cannon. Night owls like Bode will now be able to start their skiing and riding early, as the former night pass will become a Twilight Pass, with lifts available from 2:00-9:00 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays and during holiday periods. Nordic skiing season passes for the cross country area are also an affordable option for the entire family, at $139 for adults, $119 for teens and $99 for juniors and seniors.

According to Director of Ski Operations Chris Ellms, “In the last few years, we’ve created New Hampshire’s number one ski resort with a new base lodge, more trails and new high-speed quads for quicker access for more time on the snow. Our ski school, family programs, events and activities are some of the best. In addition to the most skiable terrain and the longest ski season in New Hampshire, Bretton Woods is now offering one of the most economical options in the East.”

Although New Hampshire’s largest ski area holds the title for the longest season, Bretton Woods is really all about superior service, snow quality and dependable conditions. The 2005/2006 season promises to be even better. With only six months of non-skiing and riding days in a year, it’s not too early to start thinking about a season pass for 2005/2006.

For more information about Bretton Woods Mountain Resort, please call 603-278-3320 or visit