Good morning shredders! Here is your daily dose of Mt. Bachelor conditions:
96 Hour Lift Ticket Sale Launches Today
The best lift ticket deal of the season launches today at Noon! Buy a 3-of-5 day lift ticket for as low as $139. Holiday and non-holiday versions available. Act fast – the sale ends at Noon on Monday, November 20, or sooner if tickets sell-out.
We’re Opening Saturday!
Exciting news – Mt. Bachelor is opening for the 2017-18 winter ski/snowboard season this Saturday at 9:00 a.m.! Conditions permitting, three lifts – Pine Marten, Skyliner and Sunshine Accelerator – will be in operation from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., providing access to terrain for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities, although we recommend skiing/riding only on the groomed runs until the snow base deepens.
Thanks to our new partner, YETI, the first 50 customers to load the Pine Marten lift Saturday morning will receive a free Ramber 20 oz. Tumbler!
All 2017-2018 Full Season, 12 Day and 4 Day Passes will be valid for use beginning Saturday. And great news for Midweek Pass holders, you’re welcome to join us opening weekend as well! Your passes will be valid both Saturday and Sunday, November 18-19. For those who don’t have a season pass, single-day lifts tickets will offered at reduced prices: $63 for adults, $52 for teens/seniors and $36 for youth/70+.
More information will be available about this weekend’s opening later today. In the meantime, get ready to ride… starting Saturday!
Hiking for Early-Season Turns
Now that we’ve announced an opening day, our Winter Uphill Travel Policy is now in effect. This means that the only area open to hiking at Mt. Bachelor is the Cinder Cone. All other areas of the mountain are off-limits to hiking and skiing/riding. Please visit our Safety and Uphill Travel page for important safety information and to read the latest information about our uphill travel policy and hiking restrictions.
Pick Up Your Season Pass
Stop by our in-town headquarters at Sun Country Tours (531 SW 13th St) any day between 10:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Full Season and Midweek Pass holders can get a new picture taken for their new pass, while 12 Day and 4 Day Pass holders can update their photo in our system (photos will not be printed on 12 Day or 4 Day Passes this year). You can also check to see if your pass reactivated properly, allowing your first day on the mountain to go smoothly. We strongly recommend that you pick up your pass prior to your first day on the slopes!
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Weather data, conditions quote, and webcam images are from lovely folks at mtbachelor.com