Mountain Creek and Sports Authority Team Up to Give Gift of Snow

By AlpineZone News |
Nov 28 2011 - 01:52 PM

Three Days of Snowboarding or Skiing for One Low Price

VERNON, NJ (NOVEMBER 21, 2011) – Winter is coming fast and it’s not too soon to start thinking about holiday shopping or hitting the slopes. Mountain Creek’s “Triple Play” card offers three full-day, anytime lift tickets for just $79.99 (a $192 value), making the Triple Play one of the best winter deals and a great holiday gift. This amazing offer lets winter sports enthusiasts enjoy three full days of riding or skiing for just $15 more than one full-day lift ticket.

Triple Play cards are available at Mountain Creek, on the web at and at 28 Sports Authority stores in New Jersey and New York through December 24th; however, early bird holiday shoppers will want to make their purchases by November 27th to score the season’s best deal. The price of the Triple Play card will increase to $89.99 on November 28th.

Mountain Creek has invested more than $20 million dollars in resort improvements this season, including the state-of-the-art, 55,000 square foot Red Tail Lodge and all-new Drop Zone Snow Tube Park – the largest snow tubing facility in the country. Combine this with a forecast calling for another La Nina winter, the best snowmaking in the East, a jam-packed event calendar and the outstanding value offered by the Triple Play card, and the skiers and riders on any holiday list will rejoice this season.

Mountain Creek also offers season passes to fit a variety of lifestyles. Visit for more information.

Located in Vernon, NJ, Mountain Creek is the tri-state area’s premiere destination for mountain excitement. Just 47 miles from the George Washington Bridge, Mountain Creek is easily accessible for New York, New Jersey and eastern Pennsylvania residents looking for a world-class resort experience in less than two hours from many major locations. Mountain Creek offers over 167 acres of terrain on four mountain peaks with 100% night skiing and the region’s highest vertical at 1040′.