We have been hard at work trying to figure out how to provide the best possible on-mountain experience for all our guests this coming season. At this time there some uncertainty about what skiing and snowboarding will look like come November. A number of resorts are re-opening in the United States, and many others look to open soon in the southern hemisphere, but what operations on the mountain will look like for us in Washington come November is not currently clear. While we are optimistic that skiing and snowboarding will largely resemble what we have experienced in the past (one of our staff Core Values is actually “Optimism In Action”), we are developing plans for a wide range of different situations based on modifications to operations due to COVID-19.
In preparing for a range of possible public health measures, and in order to protect the investment of those who have already purchased 2020/21 Season Passes while still providing access for our entire community through day tickets and other options, we will be placing Season Pass sales on hold through August 31st. Those still interested in purchasing 2020/21 passes can join a waiting list with a $75 down payment until June 30th.
We are committed to maximizing the value of our guests’ commitment. This is especially the case if we are unable to apply down payments toward 2020/21 Season Passes due to potential COVID-19 operational modifications. In the event that a pass is not made available to purchasers in the fall, the downpayment can be:
-Converted into a single day ticket for the 2020/21 season
-Rolled over as a season pass credit to the 2021/22 season
-Converted to a Mountain Money gift card
-Fully refunded upon request
In these uncertain times, we want to ensure that all of our guests can feel confident that their commitment will be rewarded with a great experience on the Mountain. With this change to our Season Pass Sale, we are emphasizing our dedication to guest satisfaction and to our community.
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