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2019/2020 Early Bird Season Pass Prices: Pacific Northwest- ©Jay Carroll/Mt. Hood Meadows

Mt. Hood Meadows

Copyright: Jay Carroll/Mt. Hood Meadows

Below you'll find the current 2019/2020 season pass prices for resorts in the Pacific Northwest. Stay tuned for the latest as more ski resorts begin to update their 2019/2020 season pass prices. 

Oregon 

Mt. Hood Meadows

Adult 25-64: TBA

Junior 15-24: 

Youth 7-14: 

Senior 65-74: 

Anthony Lakes

Purchase by 5/31/19

Adult 19-69: $280

Junior 12-18: $240

Youth 7-11: $140

Senior 70+: $10

Mt. Ashland

Adult 18-69: TBA

Junior 13-17:

Youth 7-12:

Senior 70+:

Child 6 and under: 

Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass  - © Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass

Copyright: Liam Doran
 

Washington

White Pass

Adult 17-73: $529

Junior 9-16: $299 

8 & under: $25

49 Degrees North

Adult 18-69: $379

Youth 7-17: $279

Masters 70+: $209

Child 6 and under: $15

Bert Flores at Taos. Photo by Liam Doran  - © Liam Doran

Bert Flores at Taos. Photo by Liam Doran

Copyright: Liam Doran


 

British Columbia

Hudson Bay Mountain

Adult 19-64: TBA

Youth 13-18: 

Child 6-12: 

Cypress Mountain

Adult 19-64: $629

Youth 13-18: $389

Child 6-12: $209

Senior 65+: $299

RED Mountain Resort

Purchase by 3/30/19

Adult 19-64: $889

Youth 13-18: $389

Senior 65-74: $599

Junior 7-12: $199

Child 6 and under / Master 75+: $25

 

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