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Northwest Resorts Roll Out Early Season Pass Sales; Fall Deadlines

Summit at Snoqualmie powder

As fall approaches, most resort ticket managers in the Northwest have turned their attention away from the summer and toward the upcoming winter season. That means they’ve put up an early round of season pass discounts to start to cash in on the anticipation of skiers and snowboarders who also have turned their eyes to snowy times.

Here’s a roundup of the resorts who offer season pass sales with deadlines this fall:

Mt. Ashland. Through Sept. 30, adult (13-69) pass runs $399, with youth (7-12) at $189.

Mt. Bachelor. Before Nov. 1, an adult season ticket costs $869, with teen and 70-plus senior at $289.

Mt. Hood Meadows. Nov. 2 is deadline for $499 adult pass or $349 pass for ages 15-24.

Mt. Hood Skibowl. By Nov. 3 and get $495 adult pass or $129 night skiing pass. Secondary discounts run through Nov. 17.

Crystal Mountain. Through Oct. 31, adult pass costs $949, with youth (11-5) and 70-plus passes for $499.

Loup Loup Ski Bowl. Nov. 15 is deadline for $350 adult season ticket or $600 for a couple.

Mission Ridge. Through Oct. 31, adult pass is $475 and “prime time” pass (ages 10-24) runs $350.

Ski Bluewood. Before Nov. 1, adult pass goes for $369, and student pass discounted to $289.

Stevens Pass. Through Oct. 31, anyone 16-69 years old pays $499 (plus tax), while youngsters’ pass runs $349 (plus tax).

Summit at Snoqualmie. If bought by Sept. 15, new adult pass runs $519 (plus tax). Through Oct. 31, same pass costs $559 (plus tax).

White Pass. Buy by Oct. 31 and get $549 adult pass, or $449 junior pass (7-15).

Alyeska Resort. Discounts run through Nov. 2, with $1,420 adult pass and $1,160 for high school students.

Bogus Basin. Through Sept. 30, adult pass (12-69) goes for $299. Lower discount period runs Oct. 1-Nov. 30.

Lookout Pass. Sept. 31 is cutoff date for $229 adult pass, and $169 teen pass.

Schweitzer. By Oct. 31, adults who are 26 years or older pay $749, with juniors (7-17) at $249 and young adults (18-25) at $349.

Photo: Fall discounts on passes available to NW resorts such as Summit at Snoqualmie (Snoqualmie/Facebook) 

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