Schweitzer Launches $99 Spring Fling Season Pass
Pass offers up to four weeks of Spring Skiing; Serves as a discount on ’10-’11 season pass
Sandpoint – Schweitzer Mountain Resort is launching a new $99* Spring Fling Season Pass, with sales commencing March 1st. For less than the cost of two day lift tickets, patrons can purchase the Spring Fling Pass and ski or ride everyday from March 15 to Schweitzer’s projected closing date of April 11. That breaks down to $3.41 per day.
The Spring Fling pass will also serve as a discount on the 2010-2011 season pass, which go on sale March 15.
“We are very excited to offer this product,” said Schweitzer CEO Tom Chasse, who is hopeful that the pass will serve as an outlet to combat winter blues, an economic relief, and give people a chance to test drive the product during the sunniest and often snowiest time of year before committing to a 2011 season pass.
The $99* Spring Fling pass will go on sale March first and become valid on March 15. For more information visit Schweitzer.com or call Schweitzer at 208-263-9555.
(* $99 Spring Fling Pass is subject to Idaho sales tax)
Schweitzer is nestled in the rugged Selkirk Mountains of the Idaho panhandle and the northwest Rocky Mountains. The resort is well known for its two massive bowls, breathtaking views and amazing gladed terrain. Schweitzer Mountain Resort offers 2900 acres of skiable in bounds terrain. Thousands of additional acres of cat skiing are available off the back of the mountain from the top of The Great Escape Quad. Schweitzer overlooks the town of Sandpoint and Lake Pend Oreille, which are sought out and recognized as destinations for diverse recreation opportunities year-round.