Thursday, April 29, 2010
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Thursday, April 22, 2010
Saturday, April 17, 2010
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Today Arapahoe Basin enjoyed its 2nd Annual Save our Snow Celebration, an environmentally friendly fundraiser for High Country Conservation Center. Sponsor booths provided opportunities for skiers and riders to learn about what companies are doing to help our environment. Sponsors included Clif Bar, High Country Conservation Center and New Belgium Brewery.
Saturday, April 3, 2010
It has been snowing heavily for the last six hours. At report time we had 1" new, but I think we are at around 6" now. The patrollers are telling me the Spine and Face are skiing really well. I'll find out soon.
2010-11 Season Passes are on sale now. Being the best value in skiing, The Bonus Pass has unlimited skiing at A-Basin and five days at Keystone or Breckenridge with one of those five days being valid at Vail or Beaver Creek. There are some restrictions on the Vail Resorts' days. For more details or to make a purchase go to our website.
A-Basin Charge is a new product now available at The Basin. You can now link your Arapahoe Basin season pass to your credit card and use it for purchases at any of our sales locations. This is a tremendous convenience for many people and one that folks have asked us to implement. You can connect all of your family members' passes. Now if for some reason you don't want to connect your kid's pass to your line of credit, you can load your kid's pass with a stored value. For example you could put $100 on his pass and tell him these are his lunches for the year. We are trying to make your visit here as simple and hassle free as we can.
All of this might get confusing with the Vail's Resort Charge. These are two completely different products. We cannot load your Vail Pass with the A-Basin Charge. We can, however, simply give you an A-Basin Charge card to use in addition to your Vail Pass. Again, this is an easy way to feed or outfit both you and the kids.