Sugarbush Resort Offers Free Spring Skiing With Purchase of 2013/14 Season Pass

By AlpineZone News |
Mar 27 2013 - 11:58 AM

sugarbush mountainWarren, VT (March 13, 2013) – Sugarbush Resort is offering free skiing and riding from March 18th through the remainder of the 2012/13 Ski Season with the purchase of select 2013-2014 Season Passes.

By purchasing next year’s season pass this spring Sugarbush skiers and riders lock in the best rates. Adult 2013-2014 season passes start at only $499. Youth and For20s season passes are available for only $299. Full details on season pass pricing are available at Lowest available pricing is valid through May 8, 2013.

Spring Passes are also available and include ski and riding from March 18th through the end of the season for only $199. Select 2013-2014 Season Pass purchases will also receive FREE skiing and riding from March 18, 2013 though the end of the this season. For those about to turn 30, and for the Spring Pass campaign only, For20s Pass purchasers can use their age as of May 8, 2013 rather than the traditional November 1st cutoff.
“We have had an excellent season of skiing and riding this year at Sugarbush and are looking forward to more great days this spring,” said Win Smith, President of Sugarbush Resort. “Those that are already looking ahead to next season will net a considerable savings by purchasing their pass now.”

Sugarbush Season Passes vary in price and options range from the All Mountain Adult 7 offered at $1049 to the Senior 80+ pass at only $149. Pass options are available for Mt. Ellen only, Youth ages 7-18, For20s for ages 19-29, and Seniors ages 70-79. Children six and under receive free day tickets at Sugarbush and can purchase a Season Pass for only $30.

For more information on Season Pass sales visit or contact Patrick Brown at or call 800.53.SUGAR.

ABOUT SUGARBUSH RESORT: With 2600′ of vertical, 111 trails, and 20 wooded areas on the trail map, Sugarbush Resort’s two mountains of Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen offer a true alpine experience for all levels of winter adventurers. Sugarbush’s terrain variety includes gentle groomers, quiet glades, backcountry adventures in the Slide Brook Basin, and the extreme tests of Castlerock. Sugarbush also hosts a full-feature terrain park at Mt. Ellen, which was just named “Top 5 Parks in the East” by Transworld Snowboarding.

Sugarbush was rated by as having the “Best Terrain in the Northeast” and as “Best Overall Resort in the Northeast” (2012), Ski Magazine said Sugarbush is “Vermont skiing at its best” (2011). and Outside Magazine called the area the “Best Ski Town in the East” (2010). For a complete list of ticket options, or for more information on Sugarbush, please visit or find us on Facebook at