WATERVILLE VALLEY, New Hampshire — Waterville Valley and Cranmore Mountain Resort are pleased to announce that Mount Washington Resort’s Bretton Woods will join the two resorts next winter to offer the best season pass variety and value in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Entering its tenth season, the Threedom Pass has long offered New England skiers and riders a great choice for those who want to hit the slopes frequently. Now with the addition of Mount Washington Resort’s Bretton Woods to the Threedom Pass line up, snow lovers will have access to more terrain, more trails and more lifts than ever before – and all in close proximity to the Boston region.
For as little as $329 for kids ages 6-12, the Threedom Pass will offer skiing and riding on 195 trails, 12 terrain parks, and 893 acres serviced by 28 lifts. The three resorts are all within 2.5 hours of Boston with convenient access from Routes 93 and 95. All three mountains are about an hour’s drive of each other, making the pass the ideal choice for residents of and frequent visitors to the White Mountains region of New Hampshire.
“We are thrilled to add a quality family resort to New Hampshire’s popular Threedom Pass,” commented Waterville Valley General Manager Tom Day. “All three areas are known for their quality family programs and Mount Washington Resort’s Bretton Woods’ proximity to our resorts makes it a natural fit.”
Waterville Valley and Cranmore will offer a Threedom Pass Anytime option with no blackout dates at all three resorts for $749 for ages 18+; $449 for teens (ages 13-18) and $399 for juniors (ages 6-12).
A Limited Edition Pass will also be sold at Waterville and Cranmore for only $649 for 18+ skiers and riders, $389 for teens and $329 for juniors. The Limited Edition pass is valid any day at Cranmore and Waterville Valley and at Mount Washington Resort’s Bretton Woods has blackout dates of Nov. 27, 2008; Dec. 26, – 31, 2008; Jan. 17-19, 2009; and Feb 14-22, 2009. All prices are subject to increase on May 31, 2008 at Waterville and Cranmore.
There will also be a college season pass including the three resorts. Details of this pass will be announced shortly.
As a special bonus to those purchasing their 08-09 Threedom Pass in March or April, 2008, the pass will be valid for the remainder of the current ski season at no additional cost.
Waterville Valley and Cranmore will begin selling 2008-2009 Threedom Passes on March 3.