Sunday River, Sugarloaf and Loon Mountain Announce the New England Pass

By AlpineZone News |
Sep 20 2007 - 10:35 AM

NEWRY, Maine — With the total of Boyne USA Resorts’ eastern properties now at three following the announcement that the Michigan based operator will add Loon Mountain to their nationwide network of resorts, the trio of Boyne’s New England resorts have announced that a new combined season pass offering will be available prior to the winter season. The New England Pass is coming.

“These are three of New England’s premier resorts on one pass,” said Stephen Kircher, president of Boyne USA Resorts eastern operations. “The passholder benefits at our western stable of resorts are also head and shoulders above what our competition is offering.”

The New England Pass will be a tiered season pass with three levels that will be valid at Sunday River and Sugarloaf in Maine and Loon Mountain in New Hampshire. The Bronze Pass will be $369 and will be an all ages pass valid midweek non-holiday. The Silver New England Pass will be $699 and will be an all ages pass valid seven days a week with 12 blackout dates on holidays and select Saturdays. The Gold New England Pass will be valid every day of the season and will range from $499 for seniors to $899 for adults.

A New England College Pass valid at all three resorts will also be available starting at $329. All rates are valid if purchased by Nov. 30. The pass is expected to go on sale in late September or early October.

Skiers and riders who already hold a pass valid for the coming year at any of the three resorts will have the option to upgrade to a New England Pass. More information will be available prior to when the pass goes on sale at , and .

Guests who purchase or upgrade to the New England Pass will receive additional benefits including free or discounted skiing at Boyne USA resorts in the U.S. and Canada including Big Sky in Montana, Brighton in Utah, Crystal Mountain and Summit at Snoqualmie in Washington, Boyne Mountain and Boyne Highlands in Michigan, and Cypress Mountain in British Columbia.

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