(file photo: Hunter Mountain)

In Wake of Hunter Mountain Purchase, Peak Resorts Announces Reciprocal Pass Benefits

Hunter, NY – After adding Hunter Mountain to its portfolio on Monday, Peak Resorts acted swiftly to ensure season passholders at the Catskills resort felt welcome to the family. The company has announced that all Hunter Mountain season passes would be valid at its flagship resort, Mount Snow in southern Vermont, every day but Saturdays through Sunday, Dec. 18, and vice versa.

“The proximity of these two resorts and the overlapping markets provide a huge opportunity for us to offer some wonderful benefits to the season passholders of both Hunter and Mount Snow,” said Jesse Boyd, vice president of operations for Peak Resorts.

After December 18th, season passholders from both mountains will be able to ski at the different properties, as well as the rest of Peak Resorts’ Northeast properties, at a discount. Hunter Mountain passholders will be eligible to receive the discounted benefits towards lift tickets offered on the Mount Snow Fan Fare Card at Mount Snow as well as Jack Frost/Big Boulder in Pennsylvania, and the Vertical Value Card at New Hampshire properties Attitash, Wildcat and Crotched Mountain.  Peak Resorts northeastern passholders will receive the discounted benefits offered on the Big Lift Super Saver Card at Hunter Mountain.

(file photo: Hunter Mountain)
(file photo: Hunter Mountain)

“We are excited about the opportunities we’ll be able to offer all our season passholders across all our Northeast resorts this year and moving forward,” said Greg Fisher, Peak Resorts’ northeast director of marketing. “We are working on new pass upgrade opportunities with the addition of Hunter Mountain, as well as special passholder only events that we hope to announce soon.”

For more information about the new Peak Resort season pass reciprocal privilege program, visit peakresorts.com/peak-perks.

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