Save Big by Booking Your 2012-2013 Season Pass Now!
— Posted by Park City Mountain Resort on April 6, 2011
The 2011-2012 season may not go down as a landmark one for snowfall, but we’re giving you a fantastic reason to keep thinking SNOW this spring with special rates available now for Park City Mountain Resort 2012-2013 season passes!
Through May 15, adults (ages 25-64) can book a Mountain Access season pass for as low as $650. Youth (7-12) passes start at just $125, Teen (13-17) passes begin at $165 and children’s (2-6) passes are free. These rates make ours some of the most affordably-priced season passes in Utah. They can also be used for the remainder of the Resort’s current season, which closes April 15.
Buying your season pass by the May 15 deadline comes with its perks, as well: automatic 10 percent savings if you add Fast Tracks express lane access or night skiing/riding privileges – part of our “My Pass. My Way.” program that lets you build the right pass at the right price. Underground parking and season-long access to all of the Resort’s summer activities can also be added as pass options.
Park City Mountain Resort is confident it will be open for the 2012-2013 season, but in the unlikely event the pending lawsuit against Talisker Land Holdings results in the Resort closing for the season, the Resort will refund the full season pass price paid by holders of 2012-2013 season passes. If the Resort is required in the lawsuit to close for a portion of the 2012-2013 season, the Resort will prorate the refund based on the period the Resort is closed.
There really has never been a better time to book your season pass at Park City Mountain Resort. This offer expires May 15. We look forward to seeing you back here in 2012-2013 and remember – it's always a good time to think SNOW!
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Andy has skied the Park City area for 20 years, and is excited to finally be a full-time PC resident and call Park City Mountain Resort his home mountain.
Samantha is new to Utah, joining the Park City Mountain Resort team in 2011 as the Marketing Coordinator.
When he's not up on the mountain checking on the cams, Eric is managing the interactive marketing for Park City Mountain Resort.
Brent is the director of mountain operations. He is a long-timer at the Resort, this is his 33rd season.
Bert has been with the Park City Mountain Resort Mountain Patrol since 1991.
Originally from the Pocono’s of Pennsylvania, Travis found his way to Park City three years ago and is now our grooming manager. When not in snowcat you can find him skiing or snowmobiling in the Utah backcountry or enjoying the skiing here at Park City Mountain Resort.
Jon is a Kids Ski & Snowboard School supervisor and trainer.