You can ski or board up to 20 different Michigan areas all winter long for only $500 if you order your Ski Michigan Gold pass card by July 31st. The Ski Michigan card goes up to $550 on August 1st and to $600 on October 1st, 2012. And there are no black-out dates. Areas covered by the pass last season included Apple Mountain, Big Powderhorn Mountain, Blackjack Ski Resort, Boyne Highlands Resort, Boyne Mountain Resort, Cannonsburg Ski Area, Cross Country Ski HQ, Crystal Mountain Resort, Indianhead Mountain Resort, Marquette Mountain, Mont Ripley, Mt. Holly, Norway Mountain, Pine Knob Ski Resort, Pine Mountain, Shanty Creek Resort, Ski Brule, Snow Snake Mountain, Swiss Valley Ski/Snowboard and Treetops Resort.
See the Ski Michigan site for locations and restrictions to the pass use.
Wilmot Mountain is freezing prices to their season pass at $345 until July 31st. And if you get up to 6 buddies together you and your buddy(s) can get a pass for only $290 each. But the buddy price is only available until July 31st. On August 1st the pass price goes to $395, and again to $460 on Sept 17th, and up to $510 on October 15th.
Get your pass before the price goes up!
Check out our blog post from last November on how to find more deals on lift tickets. Some areas have not yet set or published their new programs so keep posted or sign up for our blogs RSS feed for further updates. Hopefully we will have much more snow than last season.