It has been a spectacular season at Mt. Hood Meadows, as any current passholder can attest to. Passholder visitation this season through April 8 is up 27% over the 2015/16 season, and a whopping 91% over the low snow 2014/15 season!
Meadows Chief Operating Officer Jake Bolland is overjoyed with the response from those purchasing Meadows passes, saying, “Our team works hard to create an experience that guests will want to enjoy repeatedly over the season. This year’s incredible snow served as an attraction to our passholders in what has been arguably the best powder riding season in Meadows’ history. We look forward to next year’s 50th Anniversary season and the Your Mountain Home celebration! It will definitely be a great year to be a Meadows Season Passholder!”
Bolland notes that 20% of passholder visits this season were from off-peak passes such as the new Value Pass, Night Pass or the Spring Pass.
Next year’s unlimited season passes go on sale Monday and will be at the guaranteed best price available. The prices will be released Monday.
Pass renewers get best price and a big bonus!
This year’s passholders have until May 31 to get the best price on next year’s pass, and a FREE passholder bonus package. The bonus package includes one FREE bonus ticket good for an adult open to close lift ticket anytime during the 2017/18 season plus three discounted buddy tickets which can be used for a savings on one of the three below options:
- $13 off an adult peak day 7 hour ticket
- $33 off a midweek adult 7 hour ticket
- $10 off a night ticket
The passhodler bonus package has a value of up to $181 and will be available for free to those who renew their passes by May 31st.
50th Anniversary Limited Edition Dakine Backpack
Passholders will be able to advance order a special 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Dakine Heli Pro 20L Ski and Snowboard backpack. Only 250 will be available on this special pre-order basis of the iconic Heli Pro built for wintery outdoor recreation, but doubles for year-round everyday use.backpack featuring a laptop sleeve, hydration compatibility, a fleece-lined goggle/sunglass pocket all in a sporty pack that easily transitions from weekdays to weekends.
Unlimited Passholders get days at Mt. Baker, Winterpark and Steamboat Again!
Meadows Unlimited Passholders will be able to visit Mt. Baker for five days and Winterpark and Steamboat for a total of three days between those two Intrawest resorts next season! Mt. Baker has some restrictions - no weekends in January or February nor during the last half of December - but that leaves a whole lot of days midweek plus any day starting in April. The Steamboat and Winterpark days have no restrictions - you can ski a total of three days between the two resorts.
$49 Lock In Option
Meadows offers pass purchasers the option to lock in their best price now for $49, and pay the balance (plus a $10 lock-in fee) on September 15. That assures you the best price and the incentives you receive but delays the balance of payment until next fall.
The Unlimited passes will be available on the resort website SkiHood.com as well as the ski area on April 17.