BOSTON, Massachusetts ??вЂќ Smart Destinations, creators of the all-inclusive Go Card attraction products have launched the New England skiing and snowboard product, the Go Ski Card. The Go Ski Card includes ski tickets and full day pre-paid ski lift passes to 14 ski area resorts in Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine. Go Ski Card New England can be purchased online by visiting www.GoSkiCard.com.
Go Ski Card New England includes ski lift tickets 14 Mountains in New England ski area. Vermont ski area resorts include: Ascutney Mountain Resort, Bolton Valley Resort, Jay Peak Resort, Mad River Glen. New Hampshire ski area resorts include: Attitash Mountain Resort, Bretton Woods Mountain Resort, Gunstock Mountain Resort, Pats Peak Ski Area, Ragged Mountain Resort. Massachusetts ski area resorts include: Wachusett Mountain Ski Area, Ski Butternut – The Berkshires Family Mountain, Blue Hills Ski Area. Maine ski resorts include: Shawnee Peak Ski Area and Saddleback Maine. There are many additional savings beyond the pre-paid lift tickets. Blue Hills Ski Area, for example, includes free lessons and rentals. Ascutney, Attitash, Bolton Valley, Jay Peak and the Mount Washington Resort at Bretton Woods offer discounts on lodging.
Go Ski Card is available in 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7-day increments for use in any combination of days between December 15, 2005 and April 15, 2006. Each Go Ski Card is valid for one person per mountain per day and a Card can be used multiple days at one mountain or at any mix of mountains over the winter season. Pricing for the Go Ski Card varies depending on the number of days purchased. Child (age 5 through 12), Junior (age 13 through 17) and Adult (18+) Go Ski Cards are available. Corporate discounts – based on bulk order quantities – are available to organizations to pass along to employees or members. All Go Ski Cards come with a free, full-color ski guidebook with descriptions of the participating New England ski area mountains, plus ski trail maps, ski mountain statistics, ratings of slope difficulty, and a listing of all special offers.
“Skiers and riders understand the value of this product immediately,” notes Cecilia Dahl, president of Smart Destinations. “A full-day lift ticket at these great mountains ??вЂњ at these prices — is exciting, and the values only get better the more you ski. There are no blackout dates, and prices on children??в„ўs cards make the Go Ski Card ideal for families and large groups, as well.”
Go Ski Card can be in Boston at the Go Boston Card Visitor Center at the Ferry Terminal behind the Boston Harbor Hotel at 60 Rowes Wharf or calling 617-742-5950.
Online Only Sale. Visit: www.GoSkiCard.com.