The season isn’t over yet, and the folks at Mountain Reservations have compiled a group of lodging deals to get you to the Alta slopes with a spring discount. This includes deals at the mountainside lodges, as well as a few houses and condos. Book your travel today and hit the slopes while you still can. Alta will be closed May 1st.
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For the month of April, Alta has rolled out some great discounts on passes and lift tickets. You can get an April Season Pass (unlimited; Utah Residents only) for only $199. Or if you currently have a season pass at another resort, you can come up to Alta for just $52/day. There are also “Bring a Friend” discounts offered Monday through Thursday:
Alta Season Pass Holders “Bring A Friend”$32/day*
Alta Gold Card Holders “Friend pays what you pay!”$40/day*
Alta Silver Card Holders “Friend pays what you pay!”$45/day*
Powder Card Holders “Friend pays what you pay!”$52/day*
(*limit one friend/day )
April 29, 30 & May 1: All skiers can get a Day Pass for $52/day
The snow is still falling and the base is deep, so come on up and enjoy the mountain!
From today (12/3) until next Tuesday (12/7), Get 20% Off of one full-priced item at EMS.com. Lot’s of brands are restricted though, so be sure to check out the list below. The discount will automatically be applied in your cart; no coupon code required.
Restrictions: Offer not combinable with other coupons or Gear Bucks Cards. Not valid on The North Face, Merrell, Patagonia, UGG, Five Fingers, Dansko, Birkenstock, Bogs, New Balance, Asics road running, Chaco, Keen, Superfeet, Western Mountaineering, Thule, The Stick; All Telemark, AT skis, snowboards, boots and bindings; select Kelty, all 2011 bikes, Suunto, Polar, Garmin, Necky, Ocean Kayak, Wilderness Systems, Perception, Walker Bay kayaks, GoPro, Contour, Revere Supply, ACR Electronic, Nikon, Surefire, Olympus, and Werner.Gift Cards and Online Gift Certificates.
Backcountry.com has a great promotion going on right now. When you buy a lift ticket to Beaver Mountain, Wolf Mountain, Sundance or Brighton from Backcountry.com, they will donate 100% of the proceeds to the Utah Avalanche Center.
We literally owe UAC our lives. So what better way to show UAC the love than by saving yourself some cash on local ski passes? That’s right, only Backcountry.com knows how to work this kind of deal. Purchase special discounted ski passes to 10 of Utah’s killer ski resorts on Backcountry.com, and ALL—100%, everything, el dinero todo—of the proceeds go straight back to fund the gang who’s been keeping you unburied all these years. Reward yourself for funding UAC—it’s that simple.
Bring a friend with you to Ski at Alta for Half Price from December 9th through December 17th. Adult lift tickets are only $30.50 and kids lift tickets are only $14.50!
Bring yourself, your 2009-10 season pass and a family member or friend to any of Alta’s ticket windows to reload an Alta Card. If you don’t already have an Alta Card, they cost $5 and are reusable. There are no restrictions on the number of days you choose to bring someone, but the offer is limited to one discounted pass per day.
In addition, 2 hour adult or child class lessons are also half price. Bring yourself, your 2009-10 season pass and a family member or friend to any of the ski school windows for the deal.
Unfortunately, these offers are not available for Alta Employees or Canyon Employees.
The picture below is from today. Just think, this could have been you and your buddy skiing the shoulder for half priced untracked pow: