Daylight Savings Pass Returns to Grand Targhee Resort

(Alta, WY – February 8, 2010)  Grand Targhee Resort will offer the Daylight Savings Pass again for the 2009-10 Winter Season.

“We’re one of just a few resorts in the country to have hit the 300″ inch mark for snowfall this season and our conditions are fantastic,” said Shannon Brooks Hamby.  “During our past two seasons we received an average of 12 feet of snow through March and April, so the Daylight Savings Pass offers an incredible value for what can be some of the best snow of the season.”

Daylight Savings Pass pricing will remain the same as the introductory 2008-09 season, with the adult pass breaking even in less than three days of skiing or riding. The Daylight Savings Pass will go on sale on February 13, 2010.  It is valid starting March 14, 2010 to coincide with the inception of daylight savings time, and allows purchasers unlimited access to the slopes at Grand Targhee Resort through closing day, Sunday, April 11, 2010.

Passes may be purchased online at http://shop.grandtarghee.com, in the Activities Center on the Main Plaza or by calling the Activity Center at 1-307-353-2300 x1355. 
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Daylight Savings Pass

Valid March 14, 2010 through April 11, 2010

Adult (23 – 64 yrs)
$199

Young Adult (13 – 22 yrs)
$169

Senior (65 yrs and over)
$99

Junior (6-12 yrs and under)
$99

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