Arapahoe Basin Ski Area Announces 2014-15 Season Pass Details

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Arapahoe Basin Ski Area in Colorado has announced details on its Spring 2014 Pass and 2014-15 Season Pass pricing options. 

Once again this year the ski area will offer these two passes with no blackout dates. 

The 2014-15 A-Basin Season Pass sells for $279 for adults (ages 19+), $199 for youth (ages 15-18), and $139 for children (ages 6-14; children 5 years of age and younger always ski free). Guests who pay for their pass in full can use it immediately, and can ski or ride through the end of this season and all of next. As an added perk, A-Basin 2014-15 Season Pass holders receive three exchange days at Taos Ski Valley in Taos, New Mexico, and one free unguided day at Silverton Mountain in Colorado during the 2014-15 season. Additionally, A-Basin full season pass holders receive membership in the A-Basin Club, and are entitled to on-mountain discounts in dining and retail, as well as unlimited discounted single-day lift tickets for friends and family. Some restrictions apply; see the A-Basin season pass page for details.

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The Spring 2014 Pass costs $179 for adults (ages 19+), $129 for youth (ages 15-18), and $109 for children (ages 6-14). The Spring 2014 Pass is good for unlimited skiing and riding from the date of purchase through A-Basin’s closing day (tentatively scheduled for June 1, 2014, dependent on conditions), with no blackout dates.

Guests visiting for a long weekend can still purchase the A-Basin Elevation 3 Pass for just $139; this pass is good for any three days of skiing and riding through the close of this season, with no blackout dates. 

Visit www.arapahoebasin.com 

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