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Season Passes

Springtacular Season Passes

Enjoy the most spring terrain and one of the longest seasons in North America with the Mt. Bachelor Springtacular Season Pass!

 

SPRING PASS INFO

 

2013-2014 Winter Season Pass Information

A Mt. Bachelor season pass is ideal for the local skier or rider who desires to spend as many days as possible on the mountain. The information below can help you decide if a season pass is right for you or your family.

Download:  Season Pass Release Form

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Again this year, we present a Season Passholder Report to accompany the annual release of season pass program information and pricing.

This Passholder Report provides insight into Mt. Bachelor's operations and activities, with a sneak peak at plans in the works for this year and the future, and a profile of each of the members of Mt. Bachelor's senior leadership team.

We encourage all passholders - past, present and potential - to spend some time with the Passholder Report to learn more about the inner workings of the resort.

Mt. Bachelor is very excited to begin the countdown to the 2013-2014 winter season! We have great optimism for the coming year and thank you for your past, present and future support & patronage.

New for 2013-2014

For 2013-2014, Mt. Bachelor is offering several new, exciting products and more perks for season passholders!

Free Lift Tickets at Powdr Resorts

For all Mt. Bachelor Teen, Youth and Child Season Pass holders, lift tickets are FREE this winter at Park City Mountain Resort, Copper Mountain, Killington, Boreal and Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort! Mt. Bachelor's 18 & under pass holders also receive discount at Woodward camps! CLICK HERE for more information.

Young Adult Season Pass Age Extension

By popular demand, Mt. Bachelor has extended the age eligibility for the Young Adult Season to include everyone from 19 through 26 years of age! Previously, the Young Adult age group ended at 23 years of age, but this year, all 24, 25 and 26 year-old skiers/riders are eligible for the Young Adult Pass as well!

More Than 600 Acres Of New Terrain

Work began this summer on Mt. Bachelor’s first new trail pod since 1996! A new, lower east catchline has already been constructed and trees have been felled for the new lift line and several trails in the pod. While the lift installation is still at least a year away, we are making preparations to open glades, bowls and natural features down to the new, lower east catchline this winter!

Winter Pass Products

Please read about our Season Pass Refund Protection Plan before you purchase a Season Pass! And don't forget to consider adding the Valet Ski/Storage Pass, Wax on Tap Performance hot wax package and the Mt. Bachelor Shuttle Season Pass when you purchase your winter season pass!

Choose your adventure! Remember, all passes are non-refundable and non-transferable, so carefully choose the pass product that is best for you.


Full Winter Season Pass

Valid:
Every day during the winter season (tentatively planned for November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014) with no restrictions or blackout dates.

Consider buying this pass if:
You want the convenience of accessing the mountain whenever you want - to take two runs or twenty. This is the only Pass that is unrestricted during the winter season, so if you want to ski/ride during holiday periods, this is the Pass to purchase. Use it as often as you desire during the winter season!

FULL WINTER SEASON PASS

THRU SEP 30

AFTER SEP 30

ADULT $849 $1,049
YOUNG ADULT 19-26 $389 $479
TEEN 13-18 $279 $349
YOUTH 6-12 $169 $209
CHILD 5 and Under $29 $29
SENIOR 65-69 $549 $589
SENIOR 70+ $279 $349


Midweek Winter Season Pass

Valid:
Monday-Friday during the winter season (tentatively planned for November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014) excluding December 26, 2013 through January 4, 2014.

Consider buying this pass if:
You have the flexibility to ski/ride Monday-Friday. The Midweek Winter Season Pass is not valid during the Christmas Holiday period, so if you desire to ski/ride on a direct-to-lift pass during that period, you should consider the Full Winter Season Pass.

MIDWEEK WINTER SEASON PASS

THRU SEP 30

AFTER SEP 30

ADULT $569 $699
SENIOR 65-69 $449 $549


12 Day Pass

Valid:
For 12 days of use during the winter season (tentatively planned for November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014) excluding December 26, 2013 through January 4, 2014, January 18-19, 2014 and February 15-16, 2014.

Consider buying this pass if:
You do not ski/ride enough to warrant an Full Winter Season Pass purchase, but still want the convenience of a direct-to-lift picture pass and the affordability of lift access for $39 per day. The 12 Day Pass is not valid during the Christmas, MLK and Presidents Holiday periods, so if you desire to ski/ride on a direct-to-lift pass during those periods, you should consider the Full Winter Season Pass.

12 DAY PASS

THRU SEP 30

AFTER SEP 30

ALL AGES
$469 $569


4-Pack

Valid:
For 4 days of use during the winter season (tentatively planned for November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014) excluding December 26, 2013 through January 4, 2014, January 18-19, 2014 and February 15-16, 2014. Receive a FREE Bonus Day if the first day of the 4-Pack is used on or before December 20, 2013!

Limit one 4-Pack per person and the 4-Pack CANNOT be purchased in combination with any other Winter Season Pass product. Remember, the 4-Pack is a non-transferable picture-ID pass that is assigned to one person. It is NOT a bundle of lift tickets.

The 4-Pack with the FREE Bonus Day will only be sold through September 30 and will not be available after that date.

Consider buying this pass if:
You only have the time or the budget to visit Mt. Bachelor on a handful of days during the winter season, but still want the convenience of a non-transferable, direct-to-lift picture pass and the affordability of lift access for only $36 per day (if the Bonus Day is redeemed). The 4-Pack is not valid during the Christmas, MLK and Presidents Holiday periods, so if you desire to ski/ride on a direct-to-lift pass during those periods, you should consider the Full Winter Season Pass.

4-PACK

THRU SEP 30

AFTER SEP 30

ALL AGES
$179 Not Available

All prices and dates are subject to change.

All products are non-transferable and non refundable, except as permitted under the Season Pass Refund Protection Plan.

Passholder's age on January 1, 2014 will determine eligibility for age-restricted passes.

Mt. Bachelor, at its sole discretion, will determine the length of the winter season & the operating schedule. The planned winter season, from November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014, is subject to change.

All lift ticket & Season Pass products will expire after the winter season closing date.

Any pass with a picture on it is to be used by the official passholder only. Mt. Bachelor will be vigilantly on the lookout for cases of pass fraud in order to protect the investment of the vast majority of law-abiding passholders. Penalties, including fines, season-long or lifetime Mt. Bachelor access bans, and/or criminal charges will be assessed to both the fraudulent user and the consenting passholder.

Frequently Asked Questions

As you consider purchasing the Mt. Bachelor season pass that is right for you, please review the answers to some of the most Frequently Asked Questions:

Buy A New Pass?  Or Reactivate a Pass?

Buy A New Pass means that you will need a brand new picture-ID pass media card. 

Reactivate Pass means that you will be re-using the picture-ID pass media card that you already have.

Even if you are switching pass types, you can still reactivate the picture-ID pass media card.  (For example, if you had a Spring Pass last season, then you can reactivate that pass into a Full Winter Season Pass for the upcoming season and use the same picture-ID pass media card that you already have in-hand.)

Certain types of passes and situations cannot be reactivated:

  • If your most-recently purchased pass was a 4-Pack from last season, then you cannot reactivate to another pass product (such as a Full Season Pass, 12 Day Pass, etc). In this circumstance, you should Buy A New Pass. However, you can reactivate a 4-Pack from last season into a 4-Pack for this season, provided that you did not buy a Spring Pass.
  • If you are moving into a different age group this season, then you cannot reactivate your previous picture-ID pass media card and you should Buy A New Pass.
  • If you have misplaced your previous picture-ID pass media card, then you should Buy A New Pass.
  • If you are buying multiple passes in one transaction (for the entire family, for example), and if one member of the party cannot reactivate for any of the reasons listed above, then we recommend that all members of the party Buy A New Pass.

If any one of the situations listed above applies to you, then you will need to Buy A New Pass and you'll need to pick-up a new picture-ID pass media card before your first lift ride this season. Otherwise, you can reactivate your pass and you can go directly to the lift on your first day of the season!

Season Pass Agreement Terms

Every Mt. Bachelor season passholder, as a condition of pass purchase/usage, understands and accepts that:

  • All prices and dates are subject to change.
  • All products are non-transferable and non refundable, except as permitted under the Season Pass Refund Protection Plan.
  • Passholder's age on January 1, 2014 will determine eligibility for age-restricted passes.
  • Mt. Bachelor, at its sole discretion, will determine the length of the winter season & the operating schedule. The planned winter season, from November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014, is subject to change.
  • All lift ticket & season pass products will expire after the winter season closing date.
  • Any pass with a picture on it is to be used by the official passholder only. Mt. Bachelor will be vigilantly on the lookout for cases of pass fraud in order to protect the investment of the vast majority of law-abiding passholders. Penalties, including fines, season-long or lifetime Mt. Bachelor access bans, and/or criminal charges will be assessed to both the fraudulent user and the consenting passholder.

Season Pass Fall Payment Plan

The Fall Payment Plan is available for those who wish to spread their payments out over time.  The plan requires a $49 down payment, which includes a $20 processing fee, on or before September 12.  Half of the remaining balance will be charged on October 15, with the final balance charged on November 15.  The same credit/debit card will be charged for all payments.

I don't have a credit card, how do I participate in the Fall Payment Plan?
The Payment Plan is only for credit/debit card purchasers.

Is the $49 down payment refundable?
No. It is the first installment of your season pass purchase, which includes a $20 processing fee. You are choosing to buy a season pass.

How long will the Fall Payment Plan be available?
It will be available through September 12.

How will the Fall Payment Plan be implemented?
It starts with a $49 down payment per pass, of which $29 is credited towards your pass purchase. ($20 is collected for the processing fee.) Then, half of your remaining balance will be charged on October 15 and the remaining half on November 15. It will charge the same credit card each time. Please ensure that your credit card expiration date is after November 2013.

Can I do my down payment on a credit card then pay the rest later with a check/cash?
No. The Fall Payment Plan is for credit/debit card purchasers only and must be completed using the same credit/debit card originally processed.

Can I reactivate my pass from last year on the Fall Payment Plan, or do I need to buy a new one?
Yes. You can reactivate.

Can I adjust or modify the $49 down payment and the October 15 & November 15 charges?
No. Our Fall Payment Plan system requires automated payment dates and amounts. Keep this in mind when selecting the Payment Plan.

Refunds and the Season Pass Refund Protection Plan

There are NO REFUNDS on season passes - even if the season pass is never picked up or used.

The only exception to the NO REFUND policy is for those who opt to purchase Season Pass Refund Protection. Mt. Bachelor offers this voluntary, opt-in program to help you protect your investment.  By purchasing Season Pass Refund Protection, you have the ability to receive all or a portion of the cost of your pass if you are unable to begin or finish the 2013-2014 winter season in the event of documented injury/illness, pregnancy, relocation (some restrictions apply) or military deployment. 

Cost is $15 or $30, depending on your age group and the type of Pass. Click Here for complete details.

Picking Up Your New Season Pass

When can I get my picture taken and where can I pick up my pass?
Mt. Bachelor will open a special, temporary Season Pass Office in the Old Mill District from November 2 through November 12. That's where & when you can get your picture taken and pick up your pass. After the Season Pass Office closes in mid-November, there will be very limited opportunities to pick up your pass until the winter season begins. Historically, the wait time to pick up passes at the mountain is quite lengthy during the first couple of weeks of the winter season, which is why we strongly recommend that you pick up your pass at the Old Mill District in early November. Remember, if you "reactivate" your pass, then you don't need a new picture-ID pass media card. Instead, simply use your picture-ID pass media card from last season and go straight to the lift on your first day of the season!

Where is the Season Pass Office located?
In the Old Mill District, near Jimmy Johns. Hours are 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Monday-Friday and 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Saturday-Sunday from November 2 through November 12.

What do I need to bring with me to get my season pass?
Photo identification is required with proof of age; passes will not be issued without one. Please be prepared to sign a release form.  Children under 18 will need to bring a signed release or be accompanied by their legal guardian. We also require a birth certificate to issue the 5 and under pass.

Can I wear my crazy cool wig/hat/fake teeth/sunglasses in my pass picture?
Pass photos are intended for identification purposes so you will be kindly asked to remove your hat, sun glasses, and any witty costumes prior to your pass photo. Your cooperation is appreciated!

Do I have to get my picture and pass before September 30 in order to get the good deal?
No, you just need to purchase by 11:59 p.m. on September 30. We strongly recommend getting your picture taken before coming to the mountain. The lines will be shorter if you visit the Season Pass Office in the Old Mill District in November.  The longer you wait, the longer the lines with a 2-3 hour wait at the mountain on opening day. If you are reactivating your pass, no picture is needed; last year's pass will work direct-to-lift. If you're in the Old Mill while our Season Pass Office is open, stop by to make sure your pass is working - our staff will verify and ensure your reactivated pass is in proper working order.

Can I get my picture taken at the mountain?
Pictures can be taken at the Mountain Gateway Sales & Service Center (at West Village), but we highly advise getting your pass photo prior to your first day of skiing. Lines at the Sales & Service Center can be long the first few weeks of the season. If you must wait until you arrive at the mountain, try to get to the Sales & Service Center when it first opens for the day at 8:30 a.m., preferably on a weekday.

Special Deals, Add-On Offers and Perks for Season Pass Purchasers

These special offers are available to season pass purchasers during the September sales period:

"Wax on Tap" Packages
When you buy your season pass, take advantage of the opportunity to pre-purchase a package of Performance Waxes at the lowest available rates of the season! Mt. Bachelor's assortment of "Wax on Tap" allows you and our team of experts to select the best wax formula for the day's conditions.

  • 3-time Wax on Tap package - Get 3 Performance Waxes for $30 (a 29% discount)
  • 5-time Wax on Tap package - Get 5 Performance Waxes for $45 (a 36% discount)
  • 10-time Wax on Tap package- Get 10 Performance Waxes for $70 (a 50% discount)

Season-long Ski or Snowboard Valet ($89 for one pair of skis or board, $59 for each additional)
With this new season-long pass, you can securely store your skis/poles or snowboard overnight and pick-up your equipment from (and drop-off to) the Valet area at your convenience throughout the day. Located upstairs in the newly-renovated Mountain Gateway building at West Village, just steps away from the Pine Marten Express, the Valet is adjacent to boot changing areas and plenty of new day-use lockers. Valet Storage Pass holders will also receive FREE outdoor Ski Check service. Space is limited and will sell-out; purchase on the e-store at the same time you purchase your season pass!

Mt. Bachelor Shuttle Season Pass ($199 for Adults, $149 for Youth/Teens)
Leave the driving to us! The Mt. Bachelor Shuttle Season Pass will be available for purchase on the e-store at the same time you purchase your Winter Season Pass. New for the 2013-2014 winter season, Mt. Bachelor Shuttle will operate on a more customer-friendly schedule so that you can ride up to or down from the mountain at times that are more convenient for you! Also new for 2013-2014 is a discounted Youth/Teen Pass! The Shuttle Pass will be on a separate picture-ID pass media card, so you will have to stop by the Season Pass Office in the Old Mill District (November 2-12) or the Mountain Gateway Sales & Service Center at the mountain (once the winter season begins) to pick up your Shuttle Pass.

Seasonal Ski Check ($35)
Ski Check services are available for purchase on the e-store. The Ski Check pass will be on a separate picture-ID pass media card, however, so you will have to stop by the Season Pass Office in the Old Mill District (November 2-12) or the Mountain Gateway Sales Center at the mountain (once the winter season begins) to pick up your Ski Check pass. (Please note that Ski Check is available only at West Village on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and major holidays. At all other times, Ski Check passholders are welcome to check-in their skis/board inside the Mountain Gateway for daytime storage as desired.)


Your Mt. Bachelor Season Pass is more valuable with special offers available exclusively to Season Passholders. Here are a few perks:

FREE and Discounted Lift Tickets at other Powdr-owned Resorts
With the new License 2 Ride program, all passholders 18 & under receive FREE skiing and snowboarding privileges at other Powdr-owned resorts, including Park City Mountain Resort (UT), Copper Mountain (CO), Killington/Pico (VT), Boreal/Soda Springs (CA) and Las Vegas Ski & Snowboard Resort (NV)! CLICK HERE for complete details about the License 2 Ride program. Adult and Senior Full Season Passholders are eligible to receive 20% off the single-day ticket rate at other Powdr-owned resorts. Present a valid Full Season Pass at any Powdr resort ticket window to receive the discounted ticket.

Friends & Family Mt. Bachelor Lift Ticket Discounts
Passholders will have the opportunity to purchase discounted single-day and multi-day lift tickets for friends & family on occasion throughout the winter season.

Community Perks
Passholders receive discounts & special offers at local Bend/Sunriver businesses. Announced and detailed in a periodic Passholder e-newsletter, specific Perks and offers will change monthly.

Seasonal Snowsports Programs

Multi-week Snowsports School programs are available for sale during the season pass sale period in September. Those who purchase a season pass in September get "first dibs" on limited-space Snowsports School programs. When purchasing your pass, be sure to review the Snowsports School's product guide and sign-up for the program that is right for you or your family member. 

Like last year, children's multi-week Snowsports School programs (Mighty Mites and All Mountain Skiers and Riders) will be available with our convenient Payment Plan, with an initital deposit of only $49 prior prior to October 1 (initial deposit includes a non-refundable $10 processing fee).

Reserve your spot today while there is still space available!

Our Adult Evolution Series offers guests a full day of mountain exploration and skill enhancement with some of our top level coaches. From carving groomers, deep powder turns or a lap through the park, the day is yours to choose where you go and what you work on. Create video for your own development or the enjoyment of watching yourself land a new trick or pushing your limits. We will wrap up the day with sharing stories, video, apps and beer in the West Village Lodge! Chances are you may find a new  favorite stash, beer or both.

The Any 5 Evolution Series Lesson Package is only $199... a 28% discount if purchased on or before September 30!

12 Day Passes, the 4-Pack and Other Products for Less-Frequent Visitors

About the 12 Day Pass...

Can I share my 12 days with my friends?
No. The 12 Day Pass is non-transferrable.

Are there blackout dates?
Yes. Blackout dates are December 26, 2013 through January 4, 2014, January 18-19, 2014 and February 15-16, 2014.

Is the 12 Day Pass valid on Saturdays?
Yes, with the exception of the blackout dates listed above.

Can I use the payment plan for a 12 Day Pass?
Yes.


About the 4-Pack...

When is the 4-Pack offered for sale?
The 4-Pack is offered for sale only during September.

Can I share my 4 days  with my friends/family?
No. The 4-Pack is a picture-ID, direct-to-lift pass that is non-transferrable and is assigned to one person.

Are there blackout dates?
Yes. Blackout dates are December 26, 2013 through January 4, 2014, January 18-19, 2014 and February 15-16, 2014.

Is the 4-Pack valid every day of the week?
Yes, with the exception of the blackout dates listed above.

Can I Reactivate my 4-Pack from last season?
Yes, but only if:  1) You physically have your picture-ID pass media card in-hand and can enter the pass number in the online sales process, and 2) Your 4-Pack from last season was the last Mt. Bachelor picture-ID pass product you most recently purchased. If you purchased a Spring Pass, for example, then you cannot reactivate your 4-Pack and must buy a new pass.

Can I buy two 4-Packs? Or can I buy a 4-Pack and a 12 Day Pass?
No. It is Mt. Bachelor's policy that you may only purchase one pass product at a time and must "use" all of the days on your 4-Pack or 12 Day Pass before another pass can be purchased. During the September sales period, Mt. Bachelor offers several pass products at varying price points and usage limits. We invite you to review the options and select the one pass product that best balances your available skiing/boarding time with your personal budget.

How do I get my FREE BONUS DAY?
Again this year, we're giving every 4-Pack purchaser the opportunity to earn a FREE BONUS DAY. Simply visit Mt. Bachelor and use your 4-Pack at least once on or before December 20, 2013, and we'll credit your account with a FREE BONUS DAY! (You'll need to stop by any open ticket window to get your FREE BONUS DAY after you use the initial four days.)

Can I get a full or partial refund for my 4-Pack if I never use it?
No. The 4-Pack is is a deeply-discounted product that is non-refundable - even if the 4-Pack is never used or picked-up.

Can I use the Payment Plan for a 4-Pack?
No. The 4-Pack must be paid-for in full at the time of purchase.

What are the 4-Pack Agreement Terms?
Every Mt. Bachelor 4-Pack holder, as a condition of purchase/usage, understands and accepts that:

  • The 4-Pack is non-transferable and is assigned to one person, valid for four days of use (holiday periods excluded) during the 2013-2014 winter season.
  • Mt. Bachelor, at its sole discretion, will determine the length of the winter season & the operating schedule. The planned winter season, from November 23, 2013 through May 25, 2014, is subject to change.
  • All 4-Packs will expire after the winter season closing date. Any unused days will expire at that time as well.
  • The 4-Pack is not valid for use during holiday periods: December 26, 2013 through January 4, 2014, January 18-19, 2014 and February 15-16, 2014.
  • All 4-Pack sales are final. No refunds due to length of season, or for any other reason including medical emergencies and injuries, whether the pass is picked up on not.
  • Any Pass with a picture on it is to be used by the official passholder only. Mt. Bachelor will be vigilantly on the lookout for cases of pass fraud in order to protect the investment of the vast majority of law-abiding passholders. Penalties, including fines, season-long or lifetime Mt. Bachelor access bans, and/or criminal charges will be assessed to both the fraudulent user and the consenting passholder.

Season Pass Pricing Methodology

Why doesn't Mt. Bachelor sell a really cheap Adult Season Pass?

Throughout the ski industry, each resort's season pass pricing is aligned with a resort's operating costs and pass usage. Resorts that experience high utilization from their passholders typically charge more for the season pass, while resorts with low passholder utilization may offer lower prices.

Due to the close proximity to its local community, Mt. Bachelor experiences very high pass utilization - more than 20 days per season - for the average passholder. Multi-resort pass operators and those who sell high volumes of lower-priced passes typically see average utilization as low as six days per pass. Furthermore, the skiing & snowboarding population in Central Oregon is not vast enough for Mt. Bachelor to enact a successful high-volume, low-price model for season passes.

Even so, Mt. Bachelor strives to make skiing and snowboarding as affordable as possible through its mix of pass products at varying price points.

Why not offer a "locals-only" pass or daily ticket?

When Mt. Bachelor offers a product, it must be made available to everyone. The lawyers say that Mt. Bachelor cannot "discriminate" since the mountain is located on Forest Service land. Different products at different prices can be offered, but a certain market or any group of individuals cannot be excluded from the offers based on place of residence. Consequently, Mt. Bachelor has created programs, passes and days that locals are more likely to take advantage of. Season Passes and the mulit-week Snowsports School programs are two examples. Ski for Schools and Charity Ski Weeks are another. Again these programs cannot "discriminate" and must be available for all to take advantage of them. Furthermore, "locals" account for more than half of Mt. Bachelor's total skier visit volume, not some small sliver. Pricing is set based on the demand from our primary markets inclusive of "locals".

Mt. Bachelor's Operations, Schedule and Plans

Is Mt. Bachelor committed to daily operations through closing day?
Daily operations from opening day through May 25 are planned and budgeted for the 2013-2014 winter season.  Please remember, though, that our business is completely dependent upon weather, so we can't guarantee that the operating plan won't change.  Please consider this when making your pass purchase decision.

Why doesn't Mt. Bachelor operate every lift every day?
This is an economic environment in which operating costs continue to rise much faster than revenue, so Mt. Bachelor must make the resort's operations as efficient as possible. One of those efficiencies is to balance uphill capacity with uphill demand on any given day. On busy days, when all available lift capacity is needed, all lifts will run (unless weather or safety issues prevent us from doing so). But when attendance is reduced, it's not efficient to operate as many lifts. Our lift network provides this flexibility.

Additional Frequently Asked Questions

When does the Season Pass Sale end?
Season Passes will be sold throughout the fall and winter. However, the best prices and lowest rates will be offered through September 30. The deadline for purchasing a season pass at the lowest pre-season rates will be 11:59 p.m. on Monday, September 30.

Can I buy over the phone?
Yes, but we'd like to encourage you to buy online if at all possible.

I graduated from the "Ski or Ride in 5" program... how do I get my discounted Season Pass?
Please contact our Reservations center at 1-800-829-2442 to purchase your pass over the phone with the discount. It cannot be purchased online.

Will there be buddy tickets or any mid-season ticket discount benefits for Season Passholders this season?
Some limited-time offers will be made to season passholders throughout the season. Details to be announced.

When will the Nordic Season Pass go on sale?
Nordic passes will be on sale on the same schedule as the Alpine passes.

Is there a "non-holiday" pass?
No. The 12-day Pass, Midweek Winter Season Pass or Full Winter Season Pass are your other options.

I am trying to get the e-store to work, but am having trouble. What should I do?
Give us a call at 1-800-829-2442 between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. One of our Reservations team members can assist you with your pass purchase.

Can I use my Mt. Bachelor Gift Card towards my Season Pass purchase?
Yes! You can enter the Gift Card number in the e-store during your online pass purchase process

Is there a military discount?
Not on season pass products, but there is a military discount on daily lifts tickets (except Saturdays & holidays).

Is there a spouse or family discount?
No. Season passes are all individually-priced. Mt. Bachelor strives to make skiing and snowboarding as affordable as possible for families by pricing the Youth, Teen and Young Adult Season Passes significantly below other comparable resorts' prices for those age groups.

I am buying a pass for a friend, grandchild, etc. How do I do this?
You'll be able purchase these online. If it is for a new passholder, the passholder (or his/her parent/guardian) will have to sign a paper release form at the time of pass pick-up. And the parent/guardian must enter his/her own information first during the online process.  If reactivating a pass, a signed paper release will not be necessary.

I have a voucher, how do I use this to get my season pass?
Please call us at 1-800-829-2442 in order to redeem your voucher.

My birthday is in [August, September, October, November, December], what pass do I purchase?
You qualify for the season pass product based on your age as of January 1, 2014.

Additional information about Season Passes is available in the 2013-2014 Season Passholder Report. The Report also provides insight into Mt. Bachelor's operations and activities, with a sneak peak at plans in the works for this year and the future, and a profile of each of the members of Mt. Bachelor's senior leadership team.