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Good deals on midweek/evening ski pass?


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Fan Yang · · Boston, MA · Joined Jun 2011 · Points: 35

I only found Bretton woods that has a good deal on evening skiing. I figured I can ski tour during the day and still get some evening laps on piste. Anywhere else within reasonable distance from Boston? Thanks for helping out a newcomer. Cheers! 

Ira O · · Hardwick, VT · Joined Sep 2013 · Points: 61

Bolton valley in VT has 20 dollar night skiing. It's pretty fun but not much terrain open... but pairs well with of you ski their backcountry areas during daytime. I believe Mondays are wicked cheap there too. Sunday afternoon at Burke used to be 20 bucks, but not sure since they changed ownership. 

HBTHREE · · ma · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 30

U try liftopia.com? Burke was 29$ last yr  pretty laid back uphill policy. Bretton woods doesn't have a lot of terrain open for night think its 25$ to skin there too same for cannon. Gunstock has terrain open at night and screaming deals. Side country at the loaf is pretty rad no nights and Sunday rivers got cheap night skiing not a lot lit though. Go ice climbing in the morn ski till afternoon, Rumney on the ride back!

Ian McAfee · · Concord, NH · Joined Mar 2014 · Points: 80
FY wrote:

I only found Bretton woods that has a good deal on evening skiing. I figured I can ski tour during the day and still get some evening laps on piste. Anywhere else within reasonable distance from Boston? Thanks for helping out a newcomer. Cheers! 

Pat's Peak has an age 19-29 season pass for $222 (with tons of generous deals at other mountains), whole mountain has lights until 9pm. 

HBTHREE · · ma · Joined Nov 2009 · Points: 30

And if your in relatively decent shape u might beat the triple chair to the summit

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