Lock in the longest season in Colorado at the lowest prices
ARAPAHOE BASIN, Colo. – Arapahoe Basin Ski Area (A-Basin) released its Spring ‘15 Pass, 2015-16 Season Pass and Elevation 3 Pass pricing. The ski area with the longest season in Colorado will offer three pass options with NO BLACKOUT DATES, allowing snowsports enthusiasts to get the best skiing of the spring at the lowest prices of the season. If you like pass deals, spring events, skiing in a t-shirt and soaking up free live music in the sunshine, then this is the time to purchase a pass from Arapahoe Basin..
The 2015-16 A-Basin Season Pass sells for $299 for adults (ages 19+), $219 for youth (ages 15-18), and $159 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. There are NO blackout dates! A-Basin 2015-16 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 2015-16 season. A-Basin full season pass holders receive automatic membership in the A-Basin Club, as well as on-mountain discounts in dining, retail and lessons and unlimited discounted single-day lift tickets for friends and family. Some restrictions apply; see the A-Basin season pass page for details.
You can also lock in the lowest price for the 2015-16 pass by paying just $49 (through our scheduled closing date of Sunday, June 7, 2015), and A-Basin will bill guests for the balance of their order in September.
The Spring ’15 Pass goes on sale today for just $199 for adults (ages 19+), $139 for youth (ages 15-18), and $119 for children (ages 6-14). This pass is perfect for guests who have passes to another ski area, and who want to keep sliding on snow past other resorts’ early closing dates. The Spring ’15 Pass is good for unlimited skiing and riding from the date of purchase through A-Basin’s closing day (tentatively scheduled for June 7, 2015, dependent on conditions), with NO BLACKOUT DATES.
Guests visiting for a long weekend or just a few days 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 – again – NO BLACKOUT DATES.
Last season, late-spring storms allowed A-Basin to extend its season through June 22, 2014. While we can’t predict how long the Basin will be open this year, we do know that spring means good times, plenty of events for the whole family and a few surprise May powder days. This is the time to pick the pass that fits your life, lock in the lowest pass prices of the season and elevate your spring skiing and riding season at the Legend.