by Aaron H. Bible
While many had given up hope that they would again be able to take advantage of the unique and equitable Copper Mountain Snow Day Pass, behold, the resort has resurrected the pass just in time for Christmas.
For a measely $99, skiers and boarders can hit every powder day at Copper Mountain for the rest of the season. Last year the resort had 42 days with four inches or more of new snow, the amount required for the pass to be valid. When it snows at least four inches, pass holders receive unlimited lift access.
The pass pays for itself all over again in the New Year with unrestricted access on both Super Bowl Sunday and on April 15, 2012, regardless of snow conditions. Not only that, but it also comes with two Friends & Family tickets, priced at $59 each.
According to Copper Mountain, the Snow Day pass has been unbelievably popular, as one might imagine. Luckily for anyone who hasn’t bought a pass this year, or who just wants to hedge their bets while ensuring they ski only the best days at Copper Mountain, the Snow Day Pass is definitely a great way to go. The pass is non-transferable and non-refundable. Buy now as supplies are limited.