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Multi-Mountain Northeast Passes Offer More Resorts

Mount-Snow-bubble The Peak Pass offers the same price, now with more resorts. (Mount Snow)

Northeast skiers and riders don't have to hop a plane to reach some of the best terrain in the country, and they don't have to limit themselves to just one mountain. Multi-Mountain 2019-20 season passes are now on sale, and early birds get the best prices.

Although the price for the Peak Pass hasn’t gone up from last year, the list of resorts you can hit using that one pass has risen. In addition to big-name resorts like Hunter, Mount Snow and Attitash, Peak Resorts recently added Pennsylvania’s Liberty, Roundtop, and Whitetail to their passholder options.

The Explorer Adult pass gets you unlimited skiing and riding, starting at $629. Peak also offers a young adult option for 18-29 year olds starting at $399. Prices for all their passes go up after April 30. Whether you pay in full or opt for the $99-down payment plan, you can use your pass for the remainder of the 2018-19 season as well.

Peak’s 17 destinations boast leading terrain parks, including some of the top parks in the East, Carinthia Parks at Mount Snow and Big Boulder Park, as well as some of the industry’s earliest opening days every season.

Don't miss another Sugarloaf pow day. (Sugarloaf)

The New England Pass gets skiers and riders access to a combined total of 359 trails, 2,470 acres, and 15 terrain parks, served by 40 lifts at Loon, Sugarloaf and Sunday River. The adult Gold Plus pass goes for $1429 through April 30 and gets you access to the slopes in the spring. Commit to a season pass for just $50 down as part of the resorts’ Easy Pay Plan.

In addition to the existing mix of season passes, the Nitro New England Pass is a new season pass option for ages 6–29, and includes skiing and riding at all three resorts for seven days a week, excluding 12 blackout dates.

Presidential views from Bretton Woods. (Bretton Woods)

Ski and ride four leading New Hampshire Resorts for an unbeatable price with the White Mountain Superpass. Valid every day of the 2019-20 Season at Waterville Valley Resort, Bretton Woods, Cannon and Cranmore, offering the most skiing and riding in New Hampshire. All mountains are less than 2.5 hours away from Boston and within an hour drive of each other. The adult pass goes for $979 through May 31.

One of the best places to learn about the Adirondack’s High Peaks is from the Summit of Whiteface. (Whiteface/Facebook)

In New York, get access to Gore, Belleayre and Whiteface with the Ski3 Pass. At the same rates as last year, the Adult Full Season Ski3 is priced at $759 through August 16.

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