Homewood resort extends season, to begin selling 2019-20 season passes
March 6, 2019
With a historic winter season still in progress, Homewood Mountain Resort announced Wednesday that it will extend its season for two weeks, weather and conditions permitting.
The resort has received over 45 feet of snow this and will now close for the season April 21.
Homewood also announced it will begin selling season passes for 2019-20 on Monday, March 11, with limited adult passes starting at $389.
Homewood's "Ultimate Pass" is valid all season long with no restrictions or blackout dates.
In addition, those who purchase their 2019-20 season pass can use it for the rest of the current season.
Following the limited time sale, the unrestricted Ultimate Pass will be available this spring for $469 for adults (ages 19-61), $409 for teens (ages 13-18), $199 for juniors (ages 5-12) and $329 for seniors (ages 62-plus) and those under the age of 4 always ski or ride free.
For families who ski and ride together and are looking for the best value the Homewood Family Pass starts at $1,249 and includes two adult and two dependent child/teen (ages 5-18) season passes.
"Thanks to the tremendous snowfall we've experienced so far, we are excited to extend our season two more weeks this winter," said Kevin Mitchell, general manager of Homewood Mountain Resort, in a press release. "We want everyone to take advantage of the great season and buy a Homewood season pass this spring will allow guests to do that — by skiing free the rest of this season, along with all of next year."
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