yes but you'll pay and for over 1400 only 10 days! The $1,899 Gold Season Pass will still have unlimited Tram access and the Double Black Pass, which costs $1,449, will include 10 days of Tram access throughout the seasWow...
So a season pass doesn't even get you all the lifts.
What if you live in NJ and are stuck skiing the Poconos? Nothing is fair.Sounds like they are redefining “base product.”
What if you’re an expert skier who enjoys that terrain on a regular basis but can’t afford the extra fee?
And what if you’re a skier whose ambitions are greater than your skills and you’ve got lots of money to burn?
I've probabaly ridden ski lifts more than 10,000 times in my life, and I've done the Lone Peak tram 3 times. Guess which rides I remember.... I'd rather be skiing than waiting in a two hour tram line.
This seems right to me. I would wonder if JH might do the same thing with their tram given the 45-90 minute waits that occured this year. Maybe it will drop post distancing, but it seems, right or wrong, what they're feeling the need to do.
I don't think Big Sky tram lines are just a result of Ikon and multimountain passes. It was a problem before them. Has it exacerbated it? Perhaps, but any more than all other lift lines? Probably not.
I'm sure that didn't help, but the lines have always been long.Maybe, just maybe the tram wait times at JH had something to with greatly reduced capacity. What were they carrying - I think it was around 25 people per car?
Its not Ikon but they are singling out Ikon?I don't think Big Sky tram lines are just a result of Ikon and multimountain passes. It was a problem before them. Has it exacerbated it? Perhaps, but any more than all other lift lines? Probably not.
This is really a tool for demand management for all skiers with the hope it will reduce the number of people who use it and keep the lines a bit less crazy.
Haha, you have a good point there. I can relate, since I live in PA.What if you live in NJ and are stuck skiing the Poconos? Nothing is fair.