Waterville Valley, NH, November 7, 2002: The deadline is quickly approachingfor prices to rise on New Hampshire’s most affordable and diversifiedcollege season’s pass- The Threedom Pass. Through November 30th, collegestudents can buy a season pass to ski and ride any day at Loon, Cranmore andWaterville Valley for only $249.
Loon and Waterville Valley are just 2 hours north of Boston, making it areality to ski or ride all day, and still get back in time for an eveningclass. Cranmore is located in New Hampshire’s biggest ski town- NorthConway- with tons of lodging, restaurants, bars, and outlet stores, only 2 ½hours from Boston, and 1 hour from Portland.
Three different resorts adds up to 656 acres of skiing and snowboarding, 121slopes and trails, 29 lifts, equaling a ton of variety with terrain parks,superpipes, halfpipes, and cool events throughout the season.
Look forward to winter break by signing up for College Week at WatervilleValley- January 5-10, 2003. It’s a week filled with on-snow activities,music, parties, prizes and more! Discounted lodging rates are available forThreedom Passholders. Call 1-800-GO VALLEY to make reservations and formore information.
Threedom passes are on sale 24/7 at www.threedompass.com. Or call theresorts during the day at 1-800-229-LOON (Loon), 1-800-SUN N SKI (Cranmore)or 1-800-GO VALLEY (Waterville Valley.) Threedom Passes will also be onsale at the Boston Ski and Snowsports Expo, November 14-17. Anyone whopurchases a Threedom Pass at the Expo will be automatically entered to win afree pair of Southwest Airlines tickets. Go to www.onthesnow.com todownload a discount coupon for entrance into the show.
Loon Mountain plans to open for the season on November 15; WatervilleValley on November 22, and Cranmore on November 29.