Resort Closed for the Winter Season

The unseasonable weather the last few weeks may be making it feel like the winter’s drawing to an abrupt close, but March can be the most unruly month, often leaving the impression that the entire winter was concentrated in those 31 days. So, before you start thinking too seriously about storing those skis and boards, prepare yourself, instead, to finish the season strong. We have just the incentive: the Springster Pass.

A hundred bucks buys you unlimited access, from the first chair lift to the last, all week long, at Mountain Creek Ski Resort as long as our trails remain open. Squeeze in a few runs at lunch. Hell, squeeze in a few more after dinner. An all-access pass takes the special occasion-ness out of shredding. Now, head over whenever you can.

But wait; there’s more. The Springster Pass comes with a slew of other benefits. Every weekend, from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., we’ll set aside the Cabriolet and South Peak lifts just for you. There’s also a 15-percent discount at all of our restaurants and dining facilities (alcohol, Red Bull and pre-packaged food excluded) and on ski and snowboard rentals and private ski and snowboard lessons. You can’t call it a season before you master that Back 360.

When you want to see the mountain from another angle, flash your pass and gain free admission to the Mountain Creek snow tubing park and 10 bucks off a full-price zipline tour.

And, if you’re a planner, we suggest going all in for the Springster All Access Pass for another $300. All of these privileges, plus a few we’re not mentioning, will follow you through next winter. So you’ll be shredding when everyone else is still getting their skis sharpened and waxed.