2017-18 season pass offerings at Vermont ski resorts

first_imgVERMONT SKI AREAS ASSOCIATION For visitors coming to the Green Mountains to ski or snowboard this winter, season passes are one of the best investments to make. Not only is there no better feeling on a powder day than skipping the ticket line and heading straight to first chair, but skiers and snowboarders save immensely throughout the season when they purchase a pass at their favorite resort. Many of Vermont’s resorts offer special discounts and passes like pre season deals, military, couples, student passes and more. Find out what’s on sale for the 2017-18 season:Bolton ValleyLowest price deadline for passes: September 25, 2017Highlighted Pass: The Ski Bum PassPrice: $189 through Oct 31, 2017The Ski Bum All Access Pass is for anyone ages 18-25.For all Bolton Valley season pass options, visit boltonvalley.com(link is external)Bromley MountainLowest price deadline for passes: October 15, 2017Highlighted Pass: Super Value PassPrice: $525The Super Value Pass is valid seven days a week, non-holiday for all ages (5+).For all Bromley Mountain season pass options, visit bromley.com(link is external)Burke MountainLowest price deadline for passes: October 9, 2017Highlighted Pass: Couples Judge PassPrice:  $1809The Judge is valid at both Burke Mountain and Jay Peak Resort all season long.For all Burke Mountain season pass options, visit skiburke.com(link is external)Jay Peak ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 9, 2017Highlighted Pass: MidweekPrice: $479 (All ages)Midweek passes are valid Monday-Friday throughout the 2017-18 season.For all Jay Peak Resort season pass options, visit jaypeakresort.com(link is external)Killington ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 12, 2017Highlighted Pass: 4.0 The College PassPrice: $399 for full-time college students through December 15, 2017Full-time undergraduate and graduate students for the 2017-18 school term get unlimited access to four resorts – Killington, Pico and Okemo in Vermont and Mount Sunapee in New Hampshire.You can also M.A.X.IFY(link is external) your Killington season passes. Add-on up to 42 resorts, five days at each with zero blackout days for $329 for adults and $229 for youth.For all Killington Resort season pass options, visit killington.com(link is external)         Mad River GlenLowest price deadline for passes: October 15, 2017Highlighted Pass: Value PassPrice: Adult $551The Value Pass is valid every day except Saturday and on holiday Sundays (Dec. 31, Jan. 14 and Feb 18 & 25).For all Mad River Glen season pass options, visit madriverglen.com(link is external)Magic MountainLowest price deadline for passes: October 15, 2017Highlighted Pass: Senior (70+) / Military Unlimited PassPrice: $399Adults 70+ can still get after it in youthful style with Magic’s unlimited season pass. The Military Pass discount is for active military and spouses plus Veterans.For all Magic Mountain season pass options, visit magicmtn.com(link is external)Middlebury Snow BowlLowest price deadline for passes: November 30, 2017Highlighted Pass: Student Pass (7th grade through college)Price: $320Ski or snowboard all season long with unlimited access thanks to the Student Pass.For all Middlebury Snow Bowl season pass options, visit middleburysnowbowl.com(link is external)Mount Snow ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 18, 2017Highlighted Pass: Explorer PassPrice: Adult (30+) $799 / Youth (7-17) $599Enjoy unlimited access to Mount Snow and 6 other Northeast resorts with the Explorer Pass.For all Mount Snow season pass options, visit mountsnow.com(link is external)Okemo Mountain ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 9, 2017Highlighted Pass: Ultimate Season PassPrice: Adult (19-64) $1,409Ski and ride every day at Okemo with no blackout days. Ultimate pass holders also qualify for one-day, non-holiday tickets at Stratton Mountain Resort for $49.00.You can also M.A.X.IFY(link is external) your Okemo season passes. Add-on up to 42 resorts, five days at each with zero blackout days for $329 for adults and $229 for youth.For all Okemo Mountain Resort season pass options, visit okemo.com(link is external)Pico MountainLowest price deadline for passes: October 12, 2017Highlighted Pass: Adult My Pico Season PassPrice: $449Get unlimited access to Pico Mountain all season long with the Adult My Pico Season Pass.You can also M.A.X.IFY(link is external) your Pico season passes. Add-on up to 42 resorts, five days at each with zero blackout days for $329 for adults and $229 for youth.For all Pico Mountain season pass options, visit picomountain.com(link is external)Smugglers’ Notch ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 31, 2017Highlighted Pass: The HybridPrice: Adults (19-69) $429The Hybrid is the best value for those who have the flexibility to ski and ride mid-week — a season pass during the week/non-holiday and a Bash Badge on weekends and holidays.For all Smugglers’ Notch Resort season pass options, visit smuggs.com(link is external)Stowe Mountain ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 8, 2017Highlighted Pass: Epic PassPrice: Adult (13+) $859Ski as much as you want, whenever you want. The Epic Pass allows unlimited, unrestricted access to Stowe in addition to 14 additional western resorts.For all Stowe Mountain Resort season pass options, visit stowe.com(link is external)Stratton Mountain ResortLowest price deadline for passes: October 9, 2017Highlighted Pass: StrattitudePrice: $349Valid every day with no blackout dates for ages 18-32. The Strattitude Pass also includes (2) $45 buddy tickets valid every day, non-holiday, during the 2017-18 season.You can also M.A.X.IFY(link is external) your Stratton season passes. Add-on up to 42 resorts, five days at each with zero blackout days for $329 for adults and $229 for youth.For all Stratton Mountain Resort season pass options, visit stratton.com(link is external)Sugarbush ResortLowest price deadline for passes: September 13, 2017Highlighted Pass: Boomer Pass (Age 65-89)Price: $139The Boomer Pass includes midweek, non-holiday skiing at Lincoln Peak and Mt. Ellen.Sugarbush is now a part of the Mountain Collective(link is external). The Mountain Collective Pass includes two days at each of the 16 destinations plus 50% off additional days.For all Sugarbush Resort season pass options, visit sugarbush.com(link is external)Source: Ski Vermont 9.6.2017VBM vermontbiz.comlast_img read more

Monday Night Football Recap: Cowboys Double Up Lions, 42-21

first_img About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p) NFL rushing leader Ezekiel Elliott added 80 yards on 12 carries with two touchdowns for Dallas. Dak Prescott threw three touchdown passes for the Cowboys.Matthew Stafford was 26 of 46 for 260 yards, with an interception for Detroit (9-6), who will play Green Bay for the NFC North title next Sunday night. 1080p HD 720p HD Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip center_img 1/1 About Connatix V56892 Dez Bryant caught two touchdown passes and threw for another, and the Dallas Cowboys hammered the Detroit Lions, 42-21, on Monday night. Even though they already had home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs, Dallas (13-2) illustrated that they are true Super Bowl contenders with the dominant victory.Ahead 28-21 in the third quarter, the Cowboys asked Bryant to fake a reverse and deliver a 10-yard TD pass to Jason Witten that all but ended the game. 360plast_img read more

Omeruo Accepts Permanent Move to Leganes

first_imgKenneth Omeruo will welcome his loan move to be made permanent at CD Leganes because the La Liga club feels very much like home, reports from SCORENigeria have revealed.The Super Eagles defender is on loan from Chelsea till the end of the season and he has already established himself at Leganes, who have done well so far to stay clear of the relegation pack.“Right now, I feel more at home,  having been tossed up and down on different loans deals before arriving at the Spanish side,” the two-time World Cup star opened up to SCORENigeria.“It has been quite amazing and interesting.“I am feeling more and more fulfilled by the day playing in a top league, it’s more like a dream come true for me knowing full well La Liga is rated as one of the biggest leagues in the world.“I will not hesitate to sign the dotted lines for the Spanish side if the opportunity comes.”The modest Madrid club will have to shell out five million Euros to sign the 25-year-old on a permanent basis in the summer.After his La Liga debut was delayed owing to delays in acquiring a work permit, Omeruo has now played his team’s last 10 league games, while Leganes are 16th on the table with 19 points from 17 games, four points clear of the relegation zone.Relatedlast_img read more

Davenport meal site shut down over zoning concerns at new location

first_imgJust days after a popular meal site in Davenport opened at a new central city location, the city has forced it to close, citing zoning issues.Pastor Jim Swope founded Timothy’s House of Hope eight years ago, naming it for his late son. The meal site served between 2,000 and 4,000 breakfasts a month at its prior downtown location.Swope acquired the new property on behalf of the nonprofit Compassion Church. But that has disturbed the owners of some nearby businesses and Alderman Ray Ambrose, who says the church lied about its plans and that a homeless outreach center does not fit into his vision for the district.Swope told KWQC-TV that Ambrose told him he doesn’t want bums in the area. The property is zoned as a commercial district.  That permits a church to operate there but does not allow services to the homeless. Swope says he is considering legal action.(By Phil Roberts, Davenport)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more