Bolton Valley $29 Lift Tickets are “Popping Up” In Four Vermont Locations This WeekBOLTON VALLEY, VT (1/16/2012) -
In an effort to show that winter has finally “popped” in Vermont, Bolton Valley, big mountain skiing and riding packed with value just 30 minutes from Burlington, will be selling through this Friday at four Vermont ski and snowboard shops, a limited number of $29 lift tickets valid during the 2011-2012 season. Only 250 tickets will be sold at the South Burlington, Burlington, Montpelier, and Richmond shops, and there is a limit of two tickets per customer.
“We know winter has been hiding for awhile, but, along with our trail count and natural snowfall total, it has finally popped,” said Josh Arneson, director of sales and marketing at Bolton. “We have partnered with four, local Vermont shops to sell these specially priced lift tickets. With more than half off of a weekend lift ticket price, visiting one of these shops this week to grab these tickets is a no-brainer.”
Lift tickets are valid for a day of skiing or riding any day until the end of the 2011-12 season, excluding Feb. 18-26, 2012. Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets purchased at the sale are not valid at the lifts and must be turned in at Guest Services for a lift ticket on the day you would like to ski. Tickets may not be resold. Tickets are valid for all ages.
Tuesday, January 17th
Alpine Shop, 1184 Williston Rd. South Burlington, Alpineshopvt.com
Wednesday, January 18th
Gear X, Outdoor Gear Exchange, 37 Church St. Burlington, Gearx.com
Thursday, January 19th
SlopeStyle Ski and Ride, 92 River St. Montpelier, Slopestylevt.com
Friday, January 20th
Ski and Snowboard Express, 4 West Main St. Richmond, Skiexpressvt.com
Ski and Snowboard Express is sweetening the deal by offering: 10% off any new Giro helmets; 15% off a helmet and goggle purchase; and 15% off any Level or Zanier Gloves.
Bolton Valley is Vermont’s most convenient and affordable big mountain skiing. Less than 10 minutes from I-89 and less than 30 minutes from Burlington, the family-friendly mountain offers skiers and riders of all abilities three mountain peaks with 70 trails and 6 lifts, plus 3 terrain parks including the Burton Progression Park.
Bolton Valley was the first in Vermont and the second in the U.S. to implement wind power as an energy source and is the recipient of the National Ski Areas Association’s 2010 Silver Eagle Award for environmental initiatives. Approximately 88km of high elevation Nordic terrain, a complete Sports Center and Indoor Amusement Center plus Vermont’s most extensive top-to-bottom night skiing and riding are just a few of the extras available to guests. All-inclusive, true ski-to-your-door lodging packages are from $79/person/night. For more information visit www.boltonvalley.com or call 877-9BOLTON.